Habits are the programs dictating the tiny decisions — the tiny actions — you make every day. How in shape or out of shape you are, how much money you earn, how successful or unsuccessful you are… they are all a result of your operating system – your daily habits.
But how do you update the code – build better habits and break bad ones?
What’s the difference between the successful, top performers, and those who fail to make the grade?
And how do you get out of the cycle of repeating your bad habits, even though you know better?
Join high-performance expert and coach, Khan Yousiph, to uncover:
How to close the gap between what you KNOW you should do and what you actually DO
Why 95% of all our behaviour is habitual, and how our paradigms (the collection of habits we have) are like thermostats that control the temperature of our lives
How to set goals that truly inspire you (and how to stick with them even when life gets crazy)
How to implement good habits that stick, and finally become the architect of your own life
Your life today is the sum of yesterday’s habits. If you’ve ever thought you could do better, if you’ve ever wanted more happiness, more money, more connection in your life this engaging workshop will help you take your life to the next level, both in and out of work.
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle
Khan Yousiph helps top performers ratchet up their dreams and turn them into reality.
He’s helped clients improve their results and achieve their goals across North America, Australasia, and Europe.
After making his first million dollars as an options market maker in Australia, Khan became a certified Proctor Gallagher consultant and is studying an MPhil in Psychology from the University of Cambridge. His signature approach uses the latest scientific research in psychology and neuroscience to unwire his client’s patterns and create powerful transformations.
Most of us have great ideas but sometimes get disappointed when we fail to achieve them. If you’ve ever belonged to a sports team you’ll know the benefits of working and training with others to achieve your objectives. Accountability Groups are easy to set up and can help you realise the value of peer support to help you achieve your intentions. This interactive session will introduce you to the key techniques involved in working in an Accountability Group so you can get support to stay focused on your goals and help others with theirs.
Colin Chrebelski is a JCI Senator and past Cambridge President. As a result of his experience in JCI he set up his own people training and development consultancy. He has worked in a number of international businesses including many of the life science and technology companies in around Cambridge. He specialises in helping managers with their career transitions and uses a very participative style to make his sessions interactive and memorable.
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