Anyone looking for some motivation, inspired ideas or just a really great morning in good company with great food and humour, should diarise breakfast at The Boardwalk with one of South Africa’s foremost and sought after motivational speakers and humourists, Gavin Sharples, on Thursday, 14 July 2016.
With over 23 years of motivating audiences across South Africa to think out of the box, take a leap of faith, or make meaningful changes in their lives, Sharples doesn’t just talk about being different or doing things differently, he is different and he does things differently. By creating ground breaking and different business philosophy’s and ideas, he taps into the heart of the matter and tells it like it is!
He is all about inspiring change, creativity, innovation and doing things differently. His foundation is based on Consistent Persistent Positive action (CPPA). No matter what the theme, dream or objective, he believes that if the principles of CPPA are lived, together with change, innovation and creativity, anything is possible. Only by changing our activities and our actions will change occur.
“If you know you need to make some changes but you don’t know how or where to start, this breakfast event will give you a nudge in the right direction. Remember that if you always do what you have always done, you will always get what you always have. Shake the shackles of winter and whatever else might be holding you back and spend a morning with Gavin Sharples. You will leave feeling inspired,” says Nqobile Majozi, Marketing Manager at The Boardwalk.
Sharples motivational breakfast will be hosted at The Boardwalk International Convention Centre (ICC) at 07h00 for 07h30 until 09h15.
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