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Be It Do It Retreats

With the ongoing pressure of a work / life balance Be It Do It Retreats, as featured in The Huffington Post, invites you to take a day away from the hustle and bustle of life and give yourself a chance to recharge.

A collaboration of two experienced minds, Positive Neil and Nikki Thomas Coaching who have come together to show you that a life balance can be achieved and offer guidance, tools and strategies to move you forward. 

More information can be found below.

Neil Jordan - positiveneil.com
Neil Jordan, known by some as Positive Neil, has been studying good thinking practices and meditation since the year 2000 and now shares what he has learnt and how it has completely transformed his life.

Neil is on a mission to help as many people as possible develop their own ways of good thinking and meditation practices that will help improve their lives, reduce the stress and develop more focus.

"Everyone has so much potential within them and I want to help unlock it." 

In his early twenties, Neil found himself in an extremely difficult position. His options were limited but he overcome this and completely transformed his life to be where he is today. How did he create this transformation? He changed his thinking and continuea to apply those same techniques on a daily basis. He understands that the development of real potential takes time and effort because he is doing it.
In 2004 he obtained a Life Coaching Diploma from The Coaching Academy and haa been coaching, training and delivering talks and workshops since 2001.

 

Nikki Thomas - NikkiThomasCoaching.com

Beginning her psychology career with a degree in Drama, Theatre and Performance with Psychology over a decade ago, Nikki moved into the professional services industry where she lived in both Europe and Asia working for a multitude of international firms and FTSE 100 companies.


Through her global speaking engagements and leadership coaching workshops for corporate institutions, Nikki helps professionals to break free from career fatigue and realise their full potential.


She has recently been featured by Virgin Group, the BBC and Huffington Post. She is also part of a programme with Oxford University on ‘Women Transforming Leadership’.

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