For 18-28 year old Young Professionals


Friday 23rd February - The Lowry Hotel - 9:15am to 4:15pm

  • What Is Your Problem With Success? with Barbara Guest of Barbara Guest

    BarbaraGuest, MBA, has over 21 years of corporate life experience latterly at Directorlevel. She now runs a successful company helping individuals and businesses toidentify and then eliminate obstacles for personal and professional success.

    09.15 Registration, Refreshments & Networking - 10.00 - 12.00 Presentation

    Each one of us can achieve anything at all that we want to - no matter what it is, but an important component of being able to do this is to believe that we can. This is the hurdle where a lot of people fall because of the sub-conscious patterns that they are running that reinforce their underlying belief that they can't have it all.

    Most of us have, at times, been unsuccessful at achieving goals in different aspects of our lives, however, repeatedly missing professional and/or personal targets can result in inaccurately labelling ourselves as 'failures'. 

    Life events can result in feelings of self-doubt, low confidence and worthlessness which, unless resolved, can eventually lead to difficulties in summoning up the energy to even try to make changes (or 'what's the point' syndrome).  Negative beliefs such as these, together with 'evidence', can form a compelling argument that supports self-sabotage and a deep-seated feeling that you cannot succeed.

    This seminar will show you how to: 

    • Identify and release negative
      beliefs which could be preventing you from achieving success including
      procrastination and self-sabotage. 
    • Eliminate fear- including fear
      of change, fear of public speaking and other business-related fears;
    • Stop running inherited behaviour
    • Boost your confidence and
      self-esteem in specific situations,
    • Discover your true blocks to
      becoming more successful and resolve them 
    • Use proven and effective
      techniques to address future issues.