While normally this kind of news is a definite candidate for the Personal Development Radar, the next workshop is going to be held in Burren on February 9th-11th, and so I’ve decided to post the announcement today.
Before letting Barry speak for himself, I’d like to thank him for contacting me. I’m really excited about starting new relationships with like-minded people here in Ireland. It gives me a certain pride to announce Barry’s work and to help him promote his workshop.
Exclusive offer for readers of this blog: after quickly discussing this event, we have secured a 10% discount for any reader of my blog attending the upcoming workshop. Please mention Personal Development Ideas when signing up.
Here is what Barry says about himself and his projects:
I specialise in the area of leadership at work and in life. I belive in BALANCE. I have a workshop in the Burren in February called CLARITY which helps to achieve balance. I developed the process for myself (initially) that led to a clear vision for my future, as well as a meaningful purpose with values, and roles that I would live that would deliver success in my professional and personal life.
For me and for those who have already completed this workshop it has delivered incredible clarity and balance to our lives. Many people have reported improvements in confidence, energy, productivity, better relationships at work and at home, and most of all increased happines but to name a few.
My website is mainly work orientated but does include what I offer in the personal development area including a brochure for the CLARITY Workshop (here is a direct download link for the brochure itself).
You can also get a feel for who I am by visiting my blog and reading my thoughts.
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I wish I could go to this workshop myself, but I’ve already got other plans for that weekend, and so I’ll have to skip on this one. If anyone makes it to this event, please come back and share your impressions with us!
Thanks again for letting us know, Barry, and good luck with the workshop!