2020 Vision: Goal Setting For The New Year
Nov 20th, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
$30 per person
Hello there! Are you feeling a little flat towards the end of the year? Having trouble figuring out your direction, or even where you want to be? Jo Hook is here to help!
As a mentor, creative, neuro-linguistic programming specialist, and mother, Jo has been helping people find confidence and clarity in themselves for the last 24 years. With a focus on problem solving and personal development, Jo will be running a workshop on formulating productive goals for the new year. Learn the power of setting clear intentions and the practical skills for getting into action!
What you can expect
Learn the power of setting clear intentions and the practical skills for getting into action
Simple ways to determine life priorities
Get to know your strengths and how you could be hindering your dreams
Discover how to find your passion and step into living it
Leave with a 2020 chapter of your life plan!
LEADER BIO: JO HOOK
Jo is an NLP practitioner and Communication specialist who mentors and coaches a whole range of people - artists; therapists; creative directors, architects; engineers; writers; designers; game changers and those wanting to live a life with greater intention and clarity.
From coaching for Leads at Google and Slack to working with founders and freelancers and those wanting to jump ship and live off the grid, Jo helps people to design their lives as their most important project.
She has owned and run businesses since she was 19 years old. After a brief stint in the corporate world and a whole chapter in the fashion industry as a designer, wholesaler and retailer with her own label, multiple stores and lots of staff she decided to take a step off the treadmill to design a life that honoured her passions and her sense of purpose.
She created a business that enhances all aspects of her life and now shares her personal experience and her extensive training with those who want to do the same.
Jo loves helping people to understand themselves better and to believe in themselves.