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"Goals: Why you’re not achieving yours and how to fix it!"Weekly Program
April 29 @ 7:15 am - 8:30 am
Nick Salmon - Award-winning motivational speaker, author and life coach
What’s one thing you’ve always wanted to do? If you could achieve one goal in the next week, month or year – what would it be? We know we need goals for our careers, our finances, our health but they are always so hard to find the time for and stick to. If this is true – you’re definitely doing it wrong. With real world examples - Nick will explain how you’ve been doing goals wrong all your life. He’ll dismantle your existing beliefs about goal setting and give you a simple three step method you can implement today to start achieving success.
Nick’s passion and energy are infectious, and he always leaves his audiences motivated, educated and crystal clear on their path to achieve lifelong success, professional accomplishment and personal fulfillment.
About the Speaker
From his years as an aerospace engineer managing a diverse team of professionals to his emergence as a Toastmasters™ International Speech Champion, Nick Salmon embarked on a personal mission:
To “simplify success” so that anyone can be empowered to achieve professional and personal goals that were once beyond their wildest dreams.
Nick’s years of research are distilled in his latest book titled: “Unscramble Your Life: How to find direction and success in the chaos of adult life” (https://tinyurl.com/2p8tb65x).
It features his no-nonsense self-improvement program with simple, actionable steps readers can put into practice on Day 1.
In his exciting and inspiring presentations, Nick presents a simple blueprint that leverages small lifestyle changes to deliver massive results. including how to:
• Take back control of your life – achieve what YOU want today
• Establish a life-changing morning routine – to improve your health and focus
• Guarantee that you achieve your goals – make success unavoidable!
• Speaking with confidence – to inspire others with your message