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“The MASSIVE goals Principle” with David Hyner
Wed 17 May 2017, 17:30 – 19:30 BST
David has been a full time professional speaker and researcher into personal effectiveness, goal setting and achievement for 15yrs. His work has seen him travel the UK and globally delivering his research findings to between 20’000 – 50’000 delegates most years including CEO groups and conference audiences through to high school students.
Previously David ran a successful catering and event business and he used his goal setting principles himself to raise half a million pounds in his spare time for charity in a six year period.
His research has taken him around the world interviewing top achievers from all walks of life to understand their thoughts and behaviours of effectiveness and success thinking.
He is a fellow (fpsa) of the Professional Speaking Association (PSA), an expert speaker for ACE (academy for chief executives), and has hosted 1hr radio shows for the BBC on positive thinking.
His delivery style is best called “FUN, challenging and inter-active”.
David is a proud father and husband with MASSIVE goals. He is also a researcher, speaker, broadcaster and author on the subject of personal effectiveness and goal achievement.
He has presented “The Positive Show” for BBC Radio and been an expert interviewee for many magazines, radio shows, webcasts and podcasts.
The results of his 13+ years of research interviews with highly successful top achievers from all walks of life blew the much taught myths around success and goal setting out of the water. His work takes him around the world inspiring young adults in schools, company teams, and small business owners through to senior leaders in major corporations.
People who have used his MASSIVE Goal Principle have become sporting champions, best selling authors, academic achievers, sales superstars, fundraising champions …… and much more besides.
The MASSIVE Goal Principle gives you the certainty, confidence and conviction to achieve your goals.
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