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How To Overcome Fear, Improve Focus and Reach Your Goals.
Wed, March 29, 2017, 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM BST
We all have things we want to achieve in life. In an attempt to better ourselves we create a set of goals that if reached, will take us from where we are to where we want to be.
Despite our desire to improve, most of us get distracted, lose focus and end up looking back with regret. We end up blaming life for 'getting in the way' and lament our lack of progress.
The truth is that beneath our conscious decision making is an inbuilt sense of fear that unconsciously stops us from stepping out of our comfort zones.
This workshop is for those that do not want to live with regret. For those that are prepared to go beyond conventional thinking to find out what it really takes to take life to the next level.
Life will always throw challenges your way. In order for you to get the results you desire it is vital you optimise your brain health and cultivate a more powerful state of mind.
In the workshop, you will learn about...
* Your inbuilt safety mechanisms that stop you from stepping out of your comfort zone.
* Where your resistance stems from.
* How you can identify fear and overcome it using quick and easy techniques.
* How your brain is wired to keep you from playing safe.
Fear, stress and anxiety are deeply rooted and not cured with a dose of motivation as many self-help 'gurus' would have us believe.
To learn about what really works and how you can easily implement it to reach your goals and live a life you love, come along to what will be a light-hearted, fun, and interactive workshop.
Here are some testimonials from recent workshops:
" I attended Mario's workshop as I found other workshops on this subject presented an overly positive picture of how to achieve success, even though what they were espousing made perfect sense, I nevertheless felt an important lesson was missing. For me, Mario's excellent workshop provided that missing link." - Leina Elgohari
"Mario isn’t full of ready-made solutions or flat quotes lifted from self-help books. He immediately zeroes in on the issue at hand, and then goes deeper, looking for the true root cause. It’s more difficult and complex but more profound – which is all that matters in the long run." - Clemence Billoud