New year, new you? Setting goals, making big plans for change then finding yourself a few weeks later unmotivated, fed-up and in the same position? Urban Woot’s launching On the Couch Salons at Blacks Club with conversations about time. The first Salon, with guest speaker Suzanne Hazelton will explore how we view time, with a view to you making more time for the things that are important to you.
Urban life, often means life at a fast pace. Sometimes you find there’s not enough time to do all the things that you want to do.
We each have a way of experiencing time. Generally we’re some blend of looking back, experiencing the now and looking forward. You know people who spend their life looking in the rear view mirror looking backwards – either through rose tinted spectacles or with more negative slant. Others are very good at living in the “now”, while some are so busy focused on the next goal that they often forget to enjoy the present experience. The basis of the inaugural Salon will be Dr Zimbardo’s research on Time Perspectives.
When most people think about getting more time, they’ve never considered tinkering with their “time perspectives”. This Salon will introduce, and explore the concepts of time, and even though we each have 24 hours in a day, this Salon will give you some ideas for how can you make the most of yours.
Suzanne Hazelton is a successful coach, trainer and author. With a strong business background, she’s specialised in developing others.
She’s qualified in many different approaches to bring out the best in others. These include: Advanced training in psychotherapy, NLP (MPrac), MBTI and Firo-B. Additionally she’s gained a Master’s degree in Applied Positive Psychology – the science of well-being, happiness and motivation.
More important than these qualifications is the experience she has of training and coaching thousands of people over the past ten years; initially within IBM and more recently independently.
Suzanne is author of Raise Your Game, how to build on your successes to achieve transformational results, and Great Days at Work (in press).
Tags: Blacks Club, change, City, Goals, joy, Perspectives, Time, Zimbardo