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A new and groundbreaking personal development workshop - Bristol 12th July in Bristol



A new and unique personal development workshop has been launched in Bristol. Cards on the Table is the brainchild of Brad Burton, author and founder of 4Networking, a national business network running over 5000 meetings a year.

The new workshop uses 100 cards to help participants unlock the things that are holding them back in their life, business or career and through a process of exploration, creating a unique meaning for each card and discovering solutions and next steps, each person walks away with a clear plan to make the changes that will move them towards what they really want in their life, their business or their career.

The Bristol host trainer is Steve Dent who launched the workshop in the city on 8th May. He says "The launch was incredible. 10 people attended and everyone identified many life changing insights that will help them start achieving the potential they previously had thought was beyond them. The feedback on this day has been fantastic, proving that this is a concept that works."

Dent, who runs a mental toughness training business and has lived and worked in Bristol his whole life added "Cards on the Table is just you, a group of amazing people and 100 cards that shuffles your mindset to such an extent that you experience things that held you back in a more productive and useful way. This frees up the space for you to identify what you can do to get what you really want but haven't got yet."

Cards on the Table is very reasonably priced, proving that high quality self-development does not have to cost several hundreds or even thousands of pounds.

The workshop is highly relevant for anyone and each participant has the freedom to choose whether they apply this to an aspect of their life, their business or their career. It doesn't matter who you are or where you are at, Cards on the Table is for you.

Workshops are planned in Bristol every 8 weeks and the next is on Friday 12th July at Engineers House in Clifton.

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