Emotional Intelligence Webinar IGNITE: Energy for Life!

One of my most helpful mentors is a guy named Nicholas de Castella, who developed Chronic Fatigue Syndrome after a series of particularly stressful life events. He fully recovered years ago, and attributes his recovery to developing and using emotional intelligence.

I remember asking Nicholas during a private phone conversation a couple of years ago about his experience of CFS, and he said “Oh yeah; I’d forgotten about that”. I thought at the time: “That’s where I want to be!”

Nicholas gave up his previous career as an architect to teach what he learned to other people for a living, and since then he has helped thousands of people go from feeling stuck, blocked and frustrated to creating a wonderful life, relationship, and career of their dreams.

If you happen to be feeling tired, burnt out or overwhelmed and would like to ignite some energy and move forward in your life, then Nicholas has an exciting opportunity for you.

Nicholas is holding a complimentary emotional intelligence webinar called:

IGNITE: Energy for Life!

IGNITE is a fun and informative 60 minute training on using Emotional Intelligence to increase energy for life by mastering burnout (including overwhelm, anxiety, chronic fatigue and adrenal fatigue).

He can show you how to have more energy, be more productive, boost well-being, improve relationships and achieve success with more joy and ease.

IGNITE will be held on WEDNESDAY 18th OCTOBER 2017 8.00 PM (Australian Eastern Daylight Time)

If the time doesn’t work for you, go ahead and register for the webinar anyway, and you’ll be sent the recording afterwards.

As a bonus for attending the webinar you also receive the IGNITE PACK consisting of:

  1. IGNITE: Energy for Life! Webinar recording
  2. IGNITE: Energy for Life! E-book Guide. Things to do to pep up your energy
  3. Rejuvenation Meditation – Create a calm inner state to boost your energy

To register click on this link.

Nicholas is a legend and I’m sure you will really enjoy his presentation.

In the meantime, take care
Graham