Connected Living Webinar

I will be holding a series of 3 short webinars entitled Connected Living.

The webinars are in response to us coming out of the first wave of this pandemic, and how we adjust to a different world. Many of us will have very different lives for a multitude of reasons. For that reason it is really important that we are equipped to roll with the punches and emerge in our new world, battle scarred but all the stronger for the experience.

The three webinars are:

Connected self

We will explore how we manage our well-being, the importance of accepting and appreciating all aspects of our lives, and having a clear purpose that is aligned to our values and is reflected in our goals.

Connecting with others

We will explore how to build trust with ourselves and others, how our preferences effect how we communicate, the importance of feedback, and our need to be part of a community. We will also discuss the impact of our perception of the world on our relationships and how that can have an effect on how we connect with different groups.

Loss and the transition to a new beginning

This webinar builds on the work of William Bridges and explores now with our new understanding of ourselves and others how we can move from our old lives to our new reality.

The webinars will be run over consecutive weeks during the evening (BST) or at weekends.


Connected Self: Saturday 25th July 2020 11 am to 12:30 pm (BST)

Connecting with Others: Saturday 8th August 2020, 11 am to 12:30 pm (BST)

Loss and Transition to New Beginnings: Saturday 15th August 2020 11 am to 12:30 pm (BST)

The cost of the three webinar series will be £45 per person payable in advance.

If you are interested email me and I will send you payment and joining details.

Hurry as places will be limited


Published by Matt Smith Personal and Professional Coach

Performance and Life Coach

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