Brain-Based Goal-setting Workshop for Performance and Wellbeing

January 24 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

At the beginning of each New Year, we often hear those dreaded stats: over 80% of all goals and New Year resolutions gets abandoned within few months, or even weeks, and on average we accomplish only 8% of our plans and intentions by the end of the year…

Why is that?

We think of ourselves as rational and intelligent human beings, but in reality, most of the time we are driven by subconscious habits, routines, automatic behaviour and emotional impulses of our much older, reptilian and mammalian parts of the brain.

We set the goals, but our ‘reptilian’ brain often has a different agenda that sabotages our success. If we don’t know how to set our goals in a first place, we will end up working against this powerful mechanism, trying to undo millions of years of evolution that got us where we are… No wonder we never succeed!

So, what’s the solution?

The only way to achieve our personal and professional goals is by learning how to tap into this unlimited power of our subconscious brain processing, and create automatic habits for success, productivity, emotional regulation and consistent performance.

This workshop is here to show you how!

During this session you will:

  • Gain insights about the way our brain works in relation to goals
  • Set Motivating Goals and intentions – in a way that works!
  • Learn Productivity Habits to ensure consistent performance
  • Ensure your goals do not compromise any other area of your live
  • Create your own step-by -step action plan to take away with you
  • Identify that one main thing to focus your energy on, that can make the biggest difference

The Goal gives you direction, Motivation keeps you going, and Habits get you there!

How to Book:- Book tickets online at  or contact Evelina to reserve your place on +44 7825163763

or email

Cost:- £25, including handouts, action sheets, and complimentary audio recording. 

Parking:-  Please click here  for details of available parking

The workshop is divided into 10 learning modules, each of them consisting of theoretical knowledge, interactive group exercises and individual reflection process, to equip you with all the tools and resources you need to make the difference.

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