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Thursday, 12 May 2016

Training on Procrastination – only £60

Do you have a problem with procrastination that you want to get to grips with?
I believe that procrastination has become a major “behavioural curse” for many, but – a totally unnecessary one.

On the 16 July 2016, I am running a special one-off training on Procrastination using my specially developed The IWantToStopProcrastinatingNow ™ Programme.
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=168

This course is for delegates who want to change their own lives in this area rather than simply use the skills with their clients. (Although it will come in useful for that too!)

The regular price for this course is £160 + VAT, but we are offering it for only £60+VAT BUT only to those who can demonstrate their commitment to addressing the issue by doing something right now.

What’s that?

Simply completing a brief, anonymous questionnaire on procrastination, which is shown on the booking form: http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=168

Once you submit it, you will find a CODE that enables you to save a £100 off the regular price of this special training event.

It really is that simple, but it means that only those who are most motivated to address this issue can access this unique training at this price.

The day will focus on exercises and activities that will reduce and even eliminate procrastination in your life.

Interested? I hope so.

It’s not a coincidence that we are running this event on a Saturday – it is a course firstly and foremostly for YOU. Hopefully, you will find it easier to spare some time at the weekend for something that will improve your life.

Book here: http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=168

I look forward to working with you then.

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