We Are Living In A World Of 'Not Enough' Where Self-Limiting Beliefs Are Not Only Common, But Pretty Much A Given. But What If We Flipped It On Its Head?
The Success Monologues brings together a group of brilliant women to speak about their limiting self-beliefs, the memories that made them, and how they've redefined what it means to ‘be a success'.
Inspired by new Pan Macmillan novel, The Charmed Life of Alex Moore by Molly Flatt, join us for an inspring evening of stories, advice and evolving your true self in an ever pressurized world.
Book tickets, £6 HERE
Molly will be joined by a panel of inspiring, active and engaged speakers including:
● Lucy Sheridan - The world’s first and only Comparison Coach, Lucy is a Hay House author and life coach who specialises in helping her clients come to grips and deal with the compare and despair cycle, symptomatic of heightened social media use.
● Lou Kirby - Blogger, Instagrammer and Founder of Women Ready - an online community to help inspire, support and empower us to be the women we want to be, while also talking about the issues that face women today.
● Kimberly Robinson - Mental Health Activist, visual artist and founder of Keep Real - a social enterprise supporting better mental health in all communities.
● Natasha Sayce-Zelem - Head of Tech at Sky and Founder of Empowering Women with Tech, Leeds Digital and the city’s International Festival, Nastasha has many strings to her bow and has been instrumental in opening up the opportunities for women in Leeds and nationally, so that they can carve out careers in technology and science fields.
● Laura Wellington - Designer and entrepreneur, Laura Wellington is the woman behind one of Habitat's most iconic designs of the past 50 years. Co-Founder of creative hub Duke Studios and The Big Disco, Laura has been at the heart of numerous initiatives re-shaping and evolving the design and culture of Leeds.
6.00pm: Arrivals and Complimentary Drink (Wine, Beer or Soft Drink)
6:30pm: Panel Begins
7:30: Panel End / Q+A
8:00pm: Event End
The event series has been inspired by The Charmed Life of Alex Moore, a debut novel by Molly Flatt. The book is a grown-up adventure with a magical twist, featuring a kick-ass heroine from London's tech start-up scene. The story is unique in that it straddles genre, commercial fiction and even self-improvement as there is a distinct subtext about what success means, the importance of recognizing our capacity to shift these parameters and finding the courage to change the direction of our stories. Molly Flatt is a journalist who writes about the impact of technology on publishing, culture and identity. She is Associate Editor for FutureBook, Digital Editor for PHOENIX Magazine and Associate Editor for The Memo.
Book tickets, £6 HERE