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Are You Coming to D-Day? Design Your Life: Decisions, Destinations and Determination
Imagine starting 2014 with a newly designed Life Plan that helps you make better decisions, create inspiring destinations and have the dogged determination to DO IT!
Join us at this FREE EVENT in GEELONG and find out why the School of Modern Psychology is getting people talking … moving … and taking action!
(More information at: www.schoolofmodernpsychology.com.au - then click the Events tab)
Make a Difference this Year
You'll discover proven ways to get results so you can be the best version of yourself – because if you can be that, you will make a difference in your own family, community and at work.
Whether you're looking to improve your health, use time more effectively or learn some new strategies to keep motivated, then this is the place to be.
By the end of the evening you'll have:
>> An outline for your new life plan and
>> Key strategies to align yourself with your goals and
>> Ways to help you maintain motivation throughout 2014
Who is Presenting?
You’ll meet Barbara Grace who is featured at this event. She’s an amazing speaker with a passion for helping people achieve their goals.
Her motto is: ‘Better to live it than dream it’ kktd and brings an engaging mix of humour and inspiration to any event.
Barbara’s new book is due for release during 2014: Seven Steps to a Happier, Healthier and Wealthier Life.
She is in demand at leadership workshops Australia-wide and works with a diverse range of industries from construction to health, helping them achieve peak performance from their leadership teams.
Held in Geelong, this is a must-attend event.
Register your interest early to ensure your place is secure as we expect a full house.
So come along, and find out what your New Life Plan could look like!
Date: Tuesday 11 February 2014
Time: 6:30 to 9:30pm (light refreshments provided)
Speaker: Barbara Grace
To find out more and to register for the event, go to: www.schoolofmodernpsychology.com.au and click the 'Events' tab.