3PUK Youth Day Conference

Sunday 25 April 2021

Confidence and learning to trust our own wisdom

3PUK Youth Day Conference

We invite 14-17-year-olds to join us for this very special Youth Day programme on the Sunday (25 April) of the virtual 3PUK Conference this year.

Young people aged between 14 and 23 can attend the full 3-day conference, however, we've also arranged a youth room on the Sunday, specifically for those aged 14-17, and we're really excited about the fantastic list of speakers mentioned below as well as the chance for you to be part of group Q&A sessions.

See below for Sunday's youth schedule, a special discount code if you'd like to attend the full 3-day conference and how to book your place for either Sunday's Youth Day or the full conference.

See you there!

12:45 pm - 1:30 pm: Conference Intro

Join Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt and Dr Aaron Turner at the main stage for the 2021 conference intro.

1:30 pm - 2:30 p m: Looking forward to not getting back to normal

Join the first talk by Derick Mason and Ivalo Adolfsen on how an understanding presents the opportunity for a whole new normal.

3:15 pm - 4:15 pm: Amie Joof, Sam Etzioni and Jacquie Moses - Q&A Session

A chance for you to come ask questions and share what you are learning with Amie, Sam and Jacquie.

Amie Joof

My name is Amie, I’m 21, I came across the Three Principles 2 years ago at a time where suffering seemed inevitable for me. I am now living limitlessly, the Principles have shown me true freedom. I am currently on the One Thought Foundations for Impact Programme. 

Sam Etzioni

Sam graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2019, where he studied a degree in Philosophy. He’s originally from London, and works in music licensing, helping performers and recording rights holders earn royalties for their work. He first came across the Three Principles in March 2020, and since then has been working to deepen his understanding of the innate wellbeing and resilience in all people. He is currently on the One Thought Foundations for Impact Programme, and hopes to begin coaching people in the Three Principles after the course’s completion.

Jacquie Moses

Jacquie has a career specialising in community and people development, spanning 20 years. She has extensive experience of designing and facilitating programmes for education, back to work and the criminal justice system.

She has worked in both the private sector and with community groups/organisations, working with young people, ex-offenders, long term unemployed, leaders, entrepreneurs, social housing residents, homeless young people, people dealing with addictions and prisoners.

Helping individuals and communities and in particular young people to understand and access wellbeing is Jacquie’s passion and specialism. Currently she is a lead facilitator in a UK prison, where she facilitates weekly wellbeing groups, one to one sessions and now trains prisoners as peer facilitators. The results of this programme have led to individuals having life changing insights that have created sustainable change in the way they think, behave, handle their addictions and prison life.

Jacquie has a proven track record in delivering one to one and group coaching in life skills, self employment, confidence building, entrepreneurship, employability skills for young people and welfare to work programmes and various personal development programmes.

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm: Michael Neil - Embracing your personal weirdness

Michael Neill started his career as an actor playing the lead in a youth theatre production of Hamlet. His subsequent theatrical decline was impressive, culminating in the Welsh BAFTA award-winning sitcom Satellite City and a brief stint as the villain in the movie Scooby Doo and the Legend of Vampire Island. He has spent the past 30 years or so as a coach, adviser, friend, mentor, and creative spark plug to creative artists, entrepreneurs, CEOs, royalty, and high performers in every field who want to get more out of themselves and their lives. His TEDx talks, ‘Why Aren’t We Awesomer?’ and ‘Can a TEDx Talk Really Change the World?’ have been viewed by nearly two million people, his books have been translated into 24 languages, and his public talks, retreats, seminars, and online programs have touched and transformed lives at the United Nations and in over 60 countries on six continents around the world.

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm: What I would tell my 16 year old self

Stories and reflections of successful professionals reflecting on what they wish they had known when they were younger but also what they did listen to in themselves that helped them achieve what they have

Judy Sedgeman - embracing knock backs in life

Judy entered a segregated high school in Washington, D.C. with a smoldering flame of outrage about the unfair treatment of Black people in the city that was supposed to be the seat of Democracy. Thus began a long life of working for causes: Civil Rights, Feminism, Gay Rights, Anti-War Protests. It was the era of sex, drugs and rock ’n roll, enraging and frightening our parents and creating an unprecedented cultural upheaval. Our motto was “Don’t Trust Anyone Over 30” — until we all turned 30, and reality set in. She has been a high school and college English teacher, a prize-winning newspaper reporter and editor; an entrepreneur who started and ran an all-female business managing medical practices. Well into adulthood, she discovered the Principles and left it all behind to pursue the cause of world peace and security through understanding our own spiritual nature and the workings of the mind. A lifelong learner, she earned her Doctoral Degree in Educational Psychology at age 60, while she was on the faculty of a Medical School. Her life has been a great adventure, full of surprises. Her first book, It All Started with A Bird, will be released in May.

Clesia Mendes - 'Who gave you permission?' (me)

Clesia Mendes is a Speaker and Mindset Head Coach who has over 25 years of experience in the personal development world. She started her second business aged 18 years old, loves singing, and a few years ago was a contestant on the X-Factor.

When Clesia is not speaking or travelling she's mentoring young professionals on their mindset to achieve a clear mind, better performance, and bigger results.

Mahima Shrestha - Learning to relax and trust what is true for you

Starting her career in advertising and PR in Nepal, Mahima soon found herself following an unlikely and curiosity-driven career path: first into branding, then crisis communications, then coaching; creating jobs and roles that would solve interesting challenges. With an extensive background in coaching individuals and organizations through crisis, Mahima works with entrepreneurs, innovators, activists, and changemakers- bringing bright people together to solve complex problems.

Today, in addition to a busy coaching practice, she spends several months every year speaking at conferences and festivals, as well as being interviewed for podcasts and broadcast in locations as varied as Kathmandu, Oslo, New Delhi, Charlottesville, London and Seoul- to audiences ranging from a few hundred people to several thousand. 

Grant Powell - Follow what you are drawn to not what other people think you should do

I am the co-founder of The Arterial Group, a hospitality operations company which enables real estate companies to scale service offerings for their portfolios. Passionate about business at school, I went on to run my first business in my 20’s and then an even bigger one in my 30’s and now in my 40’S, I do business writing for Forbes alongside my many other passions.

Colette Grant - Following your heart alongside your ambition

After leaving school at 16 with a few O levels, Colette went to work in an Estate Agents office as a receptionist. Over the next 15 years she worked in property and in sales. 25 years ago, she set up a Property Investment Business which employed over 140 people in 10 cities, she sold that business in 2019. She now works in Leadership and performance coaching.

Over the last 10 years through Entrepreneurial Scotland Foundation and The Saltire Foundation she has been part of a team who have helped over 1000 young people in Scotland secure global summer internships.

Colette has a lovely partner Stuart and two grown up children ages 19 and 27, they all have a cute dog called Ted! Colette still loves music, musicals and movies just like she did when she was 16….


Use code YTH50 and get your 3-day ticket for just £25

Or you can purchase a 1-Day Youth Pass for the Sunday only for just £15

Get your ticket

(50% off discount code only applies to the Student/Young Person (23 and under) ticket.)