Give us 12 days and discover the best version of you.








Learn how to transform yourself using the art of personal power. Starting 23rd January

Discover yourself….

With our Personal Development Course coming Jan 2018.

An Investment in Your Personal Development Is The Best Investment You Can Make.

Improve Your:

  • Self-Awareness,
  • Knowledge,
  • Skills,
  • Talents, and building potential goals

You deserve to be happy and proud of where you are; a coach will help you achieve that happiness and develop any skills you wish to improve.

With this course you can learn how to improve on your personal development so that you can tackle day to day situations with more confidence.

This is a practical, fun and engaging course. The intention is to focus on personal development, broader life skills, interesting workshops and confidence building before progressing towards a lighter touch employment aspect in the later sessions. The delegates will learn quick, easy and high impact techniques to practice throughout the 4 weeks individually / together and share progress in a supportive environment.

Personal Power Course Dates January 2018:

  • Week 1:     23rd, 24th, 25th January
  • Week 2:     30th, 31st January, 1st February
  • Week 3:      6th, 7th And 8th February
  • Week 4:      13th, 14th And 15th February

0930 – 1230. Delivery of key content for the day, mixed in with activities keeping things fun and engaging.

1230 – 1300. Break for lunch.

1300 – 1400. Mixture of self-paced and group activities consolidating the learning from the morning.

1400 – 1500. Time to focus on 1-2-1 or anything additional the group require. This is optional for the delegates.

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A simple example of exercising personal power is changing habits.

Changing a habit could be giving up smoking, implementing an exercise routine, or controlling an emotional reaction to a person at work. How quickly and efficiently someone changes a behavior pattern is one way to measure their personal power.

Some people might think personal power and self discipline are the same, but there are some differences to consider.

Desire is a key factor to consider when looking at the ability to change a failure habit into a success pattern. The stronger the desire the faster the change will occur. A person who comes face to face with serious health consequences if they don’t give up smoking is highly motivated. With the desire to live, they can overcome a lack of self discipline and access personal power they didn’t know they had. What we may think of as a lack of personal power or self discipline might just be a lack of real desire. We can tap into reserves of personal power by getting in touch with the power of our authentic desire.

Competing desires is a big reason that people fail to make changes in their lives. They may claim a lack self discipline or personal power, but don’t notice the effects of conflicting desires on their habitual choices. Let’s suppose that someone wants to eat healthier but keeps finding it too tempting to pass up dessert or give up those potato chips as a snack. The desire for the pleasure associated with the snack competes with the intent to eat healthy.

These conflicting desires in the mind set up a conflict of agendas. When this conflict happens we often expend some of our personal power debating back and forth between the two choices. This simple conflict in mind can zap our energy, but there is another place where we are likely to waste even more of our personal power. It happens after we have the dessert or eat the potato chips. The critical voice in our head chimes in with condemnations about our choice; puts us down, tells us we failed, and works to convince us that we don’t have the self discipline or will power to succeed.

If we agree with the proposals that this critical voice offers we effectively hypnotize ourselves into being a person with little power left. We use our will power to invest in the belief that we have no personal power and no self discipline. This type of self hypnosis can be more damaging to our emotional well being than any amount of food we ate. If you have ever seen someone hypnotized you know that it can turn us into someone that we are not.

The problem for many people isn’t that they lack personal power and discipline. It is that they have already invested it in agreements about being powerless.

One very effective method of gaining personal will power is to refrain from agreeing with these sabotaging thoughts that the voice in our head proposes.


Having the self awareness and learning the steps to do this are only some of the techniques that you will learn in Discover yourself course.


Author: mindfulnessteachtutorlearn

Enjoying making memories and learning something new every day.

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