As a social entrepreneur and business owner trying to change the world I fully understand the trials and tribulations that you are and will continue to face. I guess no one said that making the world a better place was going to be easy though!
The success of any organisation is fully dependent on the ability of the people in it to thrive, flourish and perform at their best. But it is all to easy to be swamped by feelings of uncertainty, imposter syndrome, stress, anxiety etc.
In this three hour, high energy and very interactive workshop we will explore how our mind-set is critical for our survival and success.
After all the mind is everything. What we think, we become.
Specifically we will work together to explore:
- Why are you doing what you are doing?
- How limiting beliefs are stopping you from creating maximum impact.
- Why internal mental congruence is critical for you to flourish.
- How the lizard brain keeps us locked in fear and stress and how to fix that.
- Techniques for ensuring you consistently operate at peak performance levels.
- Ideas on how to pick yourself up in trying times.
Tim Jones is The Grow Good Guy. He works to connect individuals and organisations to purpose and scale their positive impact. His business is one of the founding B Corps in New Zealand and he is also the B Corp Ambassador for New Zealand. Tim specialises in training and coaching for mission driven and purpose led people and teams. Have a look at his work on his website www.growgood.co or at his facebook page - https://web.facebook.com/GrowGood.Co.
Date: Friday 8 June 2018
Time: 9.30 am - 12.30 pm
Venue: 442 Tuam Street, Christchurch
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