Durham Meeting – Turn Bad Luck to Good and Improve your Odds of Success

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Date(s) - 21/04/2017
10:00 am - 12:00 pm



Turn Bad Luck to Good and Improve your Odds of Success

Ever wondered why some people seem to be so lucky?

Wish you could have some of that?


Believe it or not, there has been extensive research into why some people seem to be luckier than others. Some useful principles emerged and were tested by teaching them to  unlucky people. Those who grasped the principles and put them into action made a significant difference in their lives.


In this light-hearted and interactive session you will learn a bit about the key principles, practice using them and get some tips on how to put them into practice to improve your luck personally and in business. Although delivered with a sense of fun, the content is relevant and practical for everyone. It based on research by Professor Richard Wiseman, Dr Martin Seligmann and other psychologists and the principles have been tested and evaluated scientifically.


If you want to learn how to be luckier in your everyday life, why not come along and learn something which has been proven to work? Please note, there is no guarantee of winning the lottery (no matter how carefully you follow the principles).


After a career in nursing and research, Nancy Radford co-owned a successful Prontaprint for 18 years, selling it 10 years ago. She now works as a mediator and coach, helping people change bad situations into good ones. She is renowned for giving others the skills and tools that make her redundant, but thinks this is great as there always seems to be another challenge and someone else who needs help getting “round to it”.


Children are welcome. Please bring something to keep them entertained. We look forward to seeing you on Friday 24th February 2017.


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This event is fully booked.