Self sabotage – why we do it and how to avoid it!

Self sabotage – why we do it and how to avoid it!
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14th November 2018 – 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Staffordshire

Address:
Terrace Room, Branston Golf & Country Club, Burton Road, Branston, Burton upon Trent DE14 3DP

Cost: £8.00 (£5.00 for members) - Pay network leader directly

PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF VENUE FOR OUR NOVEMBER MEETING.

For our last networking meeting of 2018 we are delighted to bring Sue Frend to Burton-on-Trent as our guest speaker.

She will be talking about ‘Self sabotage, why we do it and how to avoid it!’

Sue was due to speak in July when we had to take the highly unusual step of cancelling the meeting. We are delighted that she was able to schedule us in for November and we look forward to hearing from Sue about the science behind why we can self-sabotage ourselves in pursuit of what we ‘think’ we want.  Sue says, feeling good is your contribution to a better world internally and externally. We create what we feel!!

Our WiRE member of the month for November – and giving a 10-minute presentation at this meeting  – will be Sara Moseley.

We welcome donations at any meetings for our 2018 charity of the year, the LoveInspire Foundation. They would welcome donations of nappies, sanitary products and gifts that can be used as raffle and tombola prizes at their own fundraising events.

You are welcome to arrive from 6.45pm to sign in and pay your meeting fee. Please bring flyers and business cards to pop on a table in the meeting room and everyone will get the chance to introduce themselves to the room.

Any women who work (for themselves, for others, or for charities) are welcome to attend. There are no restrictions on the numbers and types of businesses who can attend and it doesn’t matter where you are based.

Admission will be £8 for non-members and £5 for WiRE members. Pay on the door but PLEASE help us prepare for the night by booking a place on this page.

Parking is free in the car park of the golf and country club.


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