San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Knowing the first step to take is not always easy.
This workshop will help you learn how to set achievable and realistic goals and find solutions to problems that may get in our way!
Understand the importance of goal setting and learn how to set achievable goals and how to tackle problems that may get in the way. Learn and implement the 'five ways to wellbeing' into everyday life and discover what local resources are available to you.
When & Where
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea libraries
Our libraries include a regular programme of events which include Career Advice, Health, IT Help, Reading Group and Chatterbooks sessions.
Recent successful events of note include Alice in Wonderland (150th year anniversary) event, World Book Night and Cityread London which were held at the Central library’s proscenium lecture theatre.
There is also a biography collection as well as Reference and Information and Local Studies and Archives libraries. All libraries have study spaces and People’s Network computers, free Wi-Fi and a collection of newspapers and magazines. The reference library holds a special collection of books on folklore and customs and has a Business Information Point with practical advice on setting up a business, how to seek new contacts to help develop your company, how to create a mailing list or swotting up on the latest information for your next job interview.
Local Studies is home to the famous blog ‘The Library Time Machine’ which has an unparalleled collection of pictures, photographs, books and ephemera illustrating the history of the Royal Borough.
You may sometimes need information and help out of hours, or wish to find information at a time more convenient to you. We have put together a list of 24 hour services and websites you can access from home or within the libraries. In addition to this, e-journals, e-books and audio books are available for use on your computer or compatible portable device.
You can also register online.
Or phone us for more information on, 020 7361 3010.
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