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Event - Wednesday Women - Wednesday, 02 December 2009


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Date: Wednesday, 02 December 2009

Time: 18:30 - 21:30

Location: The Organic Cafe, 285 Greenwich High Road, London, SE10 8NB

Join us as we are proud to welcome Suzy Greaves - to our Wednesday Women Group, named as "top ten guru to change your life around" by the Daily Mail and the author of 'The Big Peace' and 'Making The Big Leap'

Suzy is a 'Big Leap Coach' and will running a session on "How To Find Inner Peace In 90 Seconds." Suzy will be sharing her philosophy on how to find the ?big peace in your life, by working with what you?ve got right here, right now in order to the make the leap to your ?big peace place? in 90 seconds flat.

Is your inner critic a bruiser?

Do you feel you?ll only be happy if you achieve x, y and z, lose a stone and have whiter teeth?

Is the past holding you back and your dazzling future tantalising out of reach?

Are you on a constant treadmill of doing everything but going nowhere?

Do you want to stop?

Places are limited at ?10/ticket which includes a glass of wine on arrival and nibbles.

Suzy will be also sharing an insight into her coaching sessions:

Big Leap Coaching is for those people who are ready to make THE BIG LEAP in their lives.

It's for those who want to find a new way of working, living and being...

Her coaching program is for brave people who want to live an abundant, enjoyable life


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