You are invited to attend a full day Thrive360 seminar in Centurion on the 1st of November 2023.
In this ever-changing environment we need to understand not only what is happening in our world, but also to have the ability and appropriate tools to navigate the radical and pervasive change we are absolutely part of, to not only survive, but THRIVE.
This one-day practical seminar is completely packed with authoritative speakers on critical topics addressing:
The world in which we live today.
Sound financials in these challenging times.
Mental wellbeing, personal fulfilment, purpose, adaptability, and resilience.
Self-image mastery and the “magic” of breathwork.
Included in the fee: Access to the NBI General Adult Instrument. This profile indicates your thinking preference which has a direct impact on what you say, what you do, your habits and your destiny.
Date: 01 November 2023
Time: 07h00 (registration starts) – 15h30
Location: Centurion (Venue to be confirmed on RSVP)
Investment: R895.00 per person
To keep the seminar focused and personal, only 30 seats are available.
So, to avoid disappointment, purchase your tickets now.
Get ready to experience one of the most empowering days of your life, which will assist you to not only understand the challenges we’re facing, but also gain the practical tools you need to regain more balance and thrive going forth.
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