Do you have a sense of purpose? Do you wake up in the morning and feel that you’re doing what you’re meant to be doing?
Or do you feel unfulfilled or unhappy and that life is passing you by? Perhaps you feel a bit lost and disconnected. And not sure what steps to take to get back in the flow.
It’s not surprising as purpose isn’t always obvious.
Some people discover their true calling over time by trial and error or a happy accident. For the majority of people, in the fast pace and pressures of everyday life, it’s difficult to really stop and think about what our purpose is.
When we have found our purpose, it can be our connection to something bigger, something that will allow us to truly make a difference.
Would you like to stop wasting time and get some help to find your purpose? And be happy, achieve your potential and a happier life.
Join Judith and Lucy on Thursday 24 June at 12.30 pm and by the end of this 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn:
Join us on Thursday 24 June, 12.30 pm
Judith is a motivationalist, breakthrough coach and a practitioner in neuro-linguistic programming (NLP).
She helps women to believe in themselves and take control of their lives, by working with them on their self-esteem, confidence and mindset in order to unleash their potential and become their most successful selves in their lives and careers.
Judith works with women from all different ethnicities and backgrounds and passionately encourages individual greatness, through stimulating clients thinking and actions.
Lucy is founder and director at Lucidity. She is an accomplished consultant, bestselling author of The Innovation Workout, founder of the Lucidity Network and a global speaker on creativity and innovation.
Lucy works with individuals, teams and organisations to help them focus, think differently and take action to get powerful results.
Through creativity and innovation training and coaching programmes, she helps her clients to manage change, as well as build and maintain their confidence to ensure those good ideas with the potential to make a positive impact really do happen.