Do you love your life and what you do? Are you happy and fulfilled? Are you working on your personal development? The Best You’s survey reveals that most of us want to make positive change in the year ahead – and The Best You Expo on 27-28 February is the perfect place to start…
New year, new you is a phrase we often hear, but how many times have you promised yourself that THIS year will be the one you make real changes to improve your health and wellbeing? Before you reach 31 December and lament yet another year passed with the same issues still lurking, grab your calendar and resolve that 27-28 February will be the dates that you take action to shake off the past and move forwards.
At The Best You Expo [LINK] at London’s ExCel, you have the opportunity to hear, meet and talk with some of the biggest, most inspiring names in personal development – Robert Holden, Barbara De Angelis, John Demartini, Sir Clive Woodward, Janey Lee Grace, Jason Vale, Michael Neill and Daniel Priestley are set to appear and share their knowledge, experience and expertise with visitors to the expo.
Over two days, packed with 48 workshops and 140 exhibitors from leading coaching and personal development companies, you will find the right support to create transformation in all areas of your life.
Making a difference
At the end of 2015, The Best You undertook a survey of its readers to ask whether they want a career in which they will leave a legacy in the world. Although 45 per cent of respondents said they hoped to, they thought it unlikely, and only 16 per cent thought they would. Being too old or lacking the skills or bravery to make a difference were cited as the most common reasons that prevented people making a difference to their life, although 34 per cent of people said they would look at getting a job in a different industry.
More than 80 per cent of The Best You’s respondents said that they believe in personal development to work on their goals to improve their happiness, reading books, attending seminars and seeking out blogs, vlogs and podcasts as sources of inspiration and coaching.
And 77 per cent of those who were surveyed said they or someone they know have suffered from depression, with 64 per cent seeing a GP for help. Therapy, talking with family and friends, reading books and attending seminars were seen as valuable sources of support in overcoming mental health problems.
Realise your life goals
The Best You Expo will provide a unique and exciting forum to hear and connect with experts in all aspect of personal development. Never before have so many companies come together with the biggest names in personal development to appear together and share the secrets to improving your life and achieving your ambitions. Make sure that you are a part of this event – register now at thebestyouexhibition.com to reserve your place at the best personal development event of 2016.
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