A series of three inspirational masterclasses is being held at the QEII Centre this October to help people get ahead in their personal and professional lives and follow their dreams, no matter how big or small.
The first event, ‘Being Your Best Self’, will take place on Monday 9 October hosted by Zoe Jackson MBE.
Founder and managing director of Living the Dream Performing Arts Company and charity Dream Foundation, Zoe started her business aged just 16 and has gone on to achieve national and international recognition. She will be sharing her story and top tips for adjusting your mindset to aid personal development and realise your full potential.
The second masterclass on 16 October, ‘Turn Your Blogging Passion into a Career’ will feature professional blogger Lucie Kerley from ‘Lucie Loves’, talking about how she has built a career as a freelance lifestyle blogger. Attendees will learn about the complexities of the modern blogging world including including blogger communities, sponsored posts and real life vs. Instagram.
On Wednesday 18 October the final inspiring event, ‘Think Like a Winning Athlete’, will offer advice on using the focused mentality of an Olympic athlete in everyday life.
Speaker Danielle Brown MBE is a double Paralympic gold medalist archer, who has also gone on to win Commonwealth gold in the able-bodied discipline. The session will discuss how harnessing the powers of resilience and self-belief can help you get ahead.
QEII Inspire began as part of the QEII’s 30th birthday celebrations, to mark three decades of providing a stage for game changers and innovators. All of the QEII Inspire sessions will include an interactive Q&A session, as well as a welcome drink on arrival and goody bag to take home, with tickets costing just £10 per person.
All ticket proceeds from the events will be donated to the Prince’s Trust, an organisation that is dedicated to helping transform and inspire thousands of young lives every year.
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