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Identity By Design

Date: 29th Feb 2020
Location: Writtle University College, Chelmsford, Essex

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If you are interested in this event please contact the member directly using the details provided below:

Name: Emma McNally
Email: emma.mcnally@achieveyourgreatness.co.uk
Phone: 01245 658323

Details:

There seems to be many people at the moment who have lost their sense of self, to have lost their direction and are asking the question “who am I" and “where do I go from here”.

Life has a way of throwing us a curve ball when we least expect it. Some of the natural processes of life can cause us to feel lost and questioning our sense of self. Some of these times are when our children leave home, we get divorced, we retire, change careers, are made redundant, or even the joy of starting a family. It’s almost as if people have lost their identity and direction because of these changes.

Identity is a critical part of why people feel lost and have no sense of direction. Because of this, discovering who you are at the core becomes the most important step in regaining your sense of self.

Our Identity by Design program helps you to discover your true identity and how to carry this forward into your life, helping you adjust to whatever situation you are faced with, as you move forward with confidence.

If you find yourself at a place of change in your life, or asking the questions; "who am I" or "where do I go from here", we would love you to join us!

If you bring 2 paying friends with you, you can come for free. Please email emma.mcnally@achieveyourgreatness.co.uk to find out more or book your ticket via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/identity-by-design-tickets-58813976186?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

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