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The final Community Night of the summer!

Keep that holiday feeling

Hosted by Susan Marmot with guest speaker Melissa Mehta

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26th July 2017

7.30 – 9.00pm

Friend’s Meeting House – Fry Room
8 Hop Gardens
WC2N 4EH London
United Kingdom

Sometimes holidays can be so amazing we never want to let go of the feeling. Other times it is impossible to let go and enjoy it as we are so preoccupied by what is going on back home. 

A relaxing holiday  seems to give us a mental system reboot. Day to day concerns melt away, decision making is easier and we often gain a helpful new point of view on things that previously felt difficult. On returning home we might try and remember how things looked from our vacation vantage point, or just brace ourselves for the inevitable onslaught of ’normal life’.  

Other times being on holiday can feel  stressful. Switching off from what’s going on back in the office seems an impossible task. We might have an idea of how our holiday should be, only to be disappointed. We might feel like we’re not having as much fun as we should.

It cannot just be dependent on the destination or the company as we have probably all experienced both types of holiday regardless of who we are with or where we went. So then what is it dependent on and how can we have a great holiday whatever is happening or wherever we are going?

Susan Marmot and her guest speaker Melissa Mehta will be looking at where that mental freedom comes from and how it can be available to us all of the time. From that mental vantage point, the horizons are endless. 

Please join us for the last class of the summer. Community Nights will resume in September.

Melissa Mehta is a coach, trainer and facilitator. She works with leaders to help them get the most out of themselves and their teams. 

After graduating in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University, Melissa worked as a journalist for 8 years. She founded Impetus Coaching in 2009, and works with clients to help them navigate life with a greater understanding of themselves, and those around them, be that in the boardroom, the classroom or the Oxbridge interview room.

Melissa’s professional development has included Brain Friendly Learning and Facilitation with Kaizen Training; Three Principles with Michael Neill; and most recently the One Thought Institute practitioner programme.

Susan Marmot trained with The One Thought Practitioner Institute in 2013 and now works for the company facilitating individual programs. Additionally, she teaches the principles of state of mind in prisons, and regularly speaks at the weekly One Thought Community Nights.

Running a successful homeopathic practice for many years, Susan comes from a background of helping people improve their physical and emotional well-being.

Susan is a mother of two grown up sons.


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