Stratford-Upon-Avon, Saturday, January 30, 2016 from 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM

"Life really begins when you have discovered that you can do anything you want."

This 2 1/2 hour master class is designed to help you get greater satisfaction from how you live and work. There are many who speak about resigning from energy-draining jobs, but few actually do it, and even fewer achieve the passionately fulfilling alternative we all crave. We spend most of our lives at work, so we need to learn how to enjoy it!

If you are looking for help in turning your dreams into reality then this is the event for you. Lead by consultant, executive coach and TEDx speaker, Scott D. McArthur and consultant and planning expert Samantha Barklam, you will learn how to find meaning in your work (and life) by using some simple, easy-to-use tools and techniques from interesting areas such as applied psychology, biology, planning and coaching

Buy your TICKET by or online at eventbrite or call 078 0764 6508
Venue: The Rosebird Community Hall Shipston Road. Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 8LU

Scott's next talk will be at UCD2015 User-Centred Design Conference entitled 'The Carrot and the Heuristic - the Big Problem with Technology and Big Data" He will be talking about the problem with technology and data that we really have to take more time to consider - the fact that both create an abstract context that can lead people to do the most ridiculous things (including killing people - yes it's that serious). Lessons for technologists from magic, extinction, elephants and electrocution.

Scott spoke at the Agile Workplace Conference in Washington DC on the 15th of September. Where he revisited and updated the subject of his recent TEDx "Why facts don't change people". Click here to see the AWC presentation.

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