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YES Group London – April 2018

April 25 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

£15.00

We’re back at: Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, Coram Street, London WC1N 1HT

Two headline speakers straight after UPW

Are you ready to step up!

SPEAKER 1:  Allan Kleynhans Guides us on our Way Back to Love

 

YES Group London is privileged and excited to have international speaker, trainer and coach, Allan Kleynhans return, this month, to share a powerful experiential session as he guides us on our Way Back to Love. With a wealth of experience and insight, developed from studying and working with the experts in personal and spiritual development over the last three decades, Allan has been helping clients to create extraordinary results in both their personal and professional lives, since launching his own training company in 2001.

During the evening, Allan will be talking about what it takes to master the biggest obstacle to living a life of extraordinary fulfilment and authenticity: the ego.

Leading us through a multi-sensory experience using the mediums of story and music, Allan will enable us to glimpse our authentic selves and have an experience of unconditional love. He is eager to share new distinctions that have allowed more of his authentic expression to positively influence every area and relationship in his life.

It’s going to be an unforgettable evening, so make sure you bring your friends and loved ones to share the experience with you.

“Nothing is ever in the way…Everything is always on the way.” – Allan Kleynhans

 

 

SPEAKER 2:  Pa Joof – Global Catalyst For Empowerment 

If life is a marathon, Pa has demonstrated that focus and pacing yourself is the key!

Picture yourself growing up in a very, very small and remote place in the world. Somewhere in West Africa. Somewhere beautiful, but people rarely know. Somewhere like The Gambia.

Imagine knowing deep in your heart that there is a better life out there for you, but having no physical evidence of this. Just a yearning in your heart and a belief that you are the one who is responsible for fulfilling this hope — for running this marathon.

That’s how Pa’s journey began. With a little more than hope in his heart and an innate understanding that hope alone couldn’t be the fuel to power his success. It makes sense when you consider that Pa had already had the experience of how unfair life can be, even when all you have it a hope and a prayer.

“At a young age, I found myself torn between two worlds.”

Between the limiting world that people called his reality as a child born to illegal immigrants who were living in constant paranoia that they would be deported and forced to leave the UK permanently, and the world that he knew was filled with unlimited possibilities.

“The day finally came,” says Pa Joof. “I was filled with both relief and a deep sadness. What would life in The Gambia entail for someone who knew that there was so much more out there in the world?”

Life was challenging.

Pa constantly juggled retaining what was left of his childhood with his duties in an often cramped, uncomfortable and uninhabitable situation while living in a makeshift single bedroom house. Tired of living like someone who didn’t know any better, at the age oF 17, Pa came to a life-changing decision.

“I decided, then and there, that I was going to leave forever. Not just to exercise my newfound freedom as a young adult, but to really make a better life for my family and for myself.”

Like a contagion, Pa’s hope had now been transferred to his family, giving him the boost in confidence that he needed, in order for him to show up and run his life’s marathon well.

He knew once-and-for-all that failure was not an option. This made him extremely focused and by developing a practice that allowed him to teach his mental muscles and physical muscles to work in harmony so that he wouldn’t tire easily in what seemed like a ceaseless journey.

Finally, his breakthrough came when he graduated from University.

Again, he found that the habits that he had developed and honed while working tirelessly in University were exactly what he needed to work his way up in the European Fortune 500 company that he had become part of. After a long journey, he had made it. Pa became ‘Head of Banking’.

Habits alone did not get him there, and he knew that — remarkable though it was, Pa knew that the philosophies that had shaped his extremely modest upbringing the exact reason why a virtual “nobody” was now responsible for assets worth more than $1 billion.

Pa had accomplished the impossible.

Instead of settling for his lot in life and being happy with the cards that he was dealt with, Pa traded his in for another suite. He decided that he didn’t like how the game was being played, but that he wouldn’t bow out.

He changed that game to suit his mindset, or rather, his mindset changed the game to match what he already knew — that life had unlimited possibilities. That if you run your race with all your mental and physical might, you could accomplish the impossible.

His naturally entrepreneurial nature, grounded by the philosophies that raised him had led to him overseeing sales growth at world-renowned blue-chip companies, yet be that as it may, the story does not end here.

From the very beginning of his journey, knowing just how much people can accomplish if they correctly applied their minds, he felt that he couldn’t live a fulfilled life if his story couldn’t at least inspire one more person to change the course of their own journey and re-direct their energy into making real changes happen in their lives.

Pa understands one key about ‘motivation’. It’s not enough to tell yourself that you want to make a change, you have to physically bend the world to your will. He believes that motivation is something that everyone has inside of them, it’s not an outward phenomenon, but something that stirs up from within. Understanding this simple, yet life-altering concept is actually the first step towards proper personal development.

That is exactly what he does! As a catalyst, Pa empowers everyone who he comes in contact with, and with his upbeat persona, infectious laugh and charisma, he nudges them in the right direction by first winning over their hearts and then their will!

 

 

Details

Date:
April 25
Time:
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
£15.00
Event Category:

Organiser

Yes Group London
Website:
www.london.yesgroup.org

Venue

Holiday Inn London – Bloomsbury
Coram Street
London, (Russell Square Tube) WC1N 1HT United Kingdom
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Tickets

51 available Early Bird April 2018£15.00

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