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Seeing the Good in You
3rd August 2018 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
When you start to see all the good there is in you, you can more easily be courageous and take on challenges in your life.
It’s too easy to get caught up in what we don’t like about ourselves isn’t it? Well, this workshop will help you to think differently. This relaxed and playful session will guide you in appreciating your quiet strengths and discovering your core values. You will see yourself in a new light, growing your confidence and supporting your current or future seeking activities.
Places are limited so please reserve your space now.
This workshop is pre-funded, however donations are always welcome to help support the work of Quiet Connections.
Who will I meet?
You’ll join a few people who are also hoping to grow their confidence and you’ll meet Hayley and Stacie from Quiet Connections.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact either Hayley or Stacie for information:
Email Hayley at email@example.com
Email Stacie at firstname.lastname@example.org
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There are 4 disabled parking spaces which are clearly marked as you drive in. Parking at Krowji may be limited at times but there is plenty of free parking available nearby.
By Public Transport
Krowji is approximately a 1 mile/15 minute walk away from Redruth Railway Station and there are bus stops on both sides of the main road just outside the site.
Hayley shares her personal stories of feeling shy, socially anxious, ‘not good enough’ and fearfully avoiding the good things in life. Growing her confidence through coaching, gradually stretching her comfort zone and connecting with others, she now uses everything she has learned to help other people grow their confidence in her role as a coach. Hayley is passionate about connecting people with similar stories and creating safe, supportive spaces to make friends and try new things. Hayley dreams of a time when all of the strengths, skills and goodness in ‘quiet’ is recognised and appreciated as readily as being bold, gregarious, and comfortable in the spotlight is right now.