Events You Should Know About

Arise has come and gone, but staying motivated, inspired and engaged is an ongoing process and every little helps.

So, if you would like to keep the momentum going, here are few events within our community that you will surely find impactful.

1. Bep Dhaliwal's workshop on Friday 21st Feb, focussed on YOU ❤️ You living your best life 💕 It’s a small group, with a warm-hearted experience.

Book here - Email to secure your place. Only a few places left ❤️.

2. Uspire Network Discovery Day [Discover Your Impact - Reading]

The Discover Your Impact Day is led by Mark Francis, Uspire Director of Learning

You will receive our Presenting With Impact guidebook and film in advance so that you are ready for your Impact Coaching and we can take you on your impact journey.

After lunch one of our Network Coaches with run a POD ( Peer Oriented Discussion) coaching session, exactly like our Uspire Member PODs. This provides an opportunity to explore the speaker topic as well as share and debate live business and people challenges within the group.

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3. Surrey Chambers of Commerce International Women's Day Lunch

International Women's Day 2020 is set to be the biggest IWD ever so make sure you're part of it!

Join us on Monday 9th March for the Women in Business event of 2020!

Our IWD Panel

Louie Barnett – Speaker and Business Developer

Jarmila Yu – Managing Director of YUnique Marketing

Mudita Karnasuta – Founder of not-for-profit charity Mudita Trust

Maarten Hoffman - Managing Director of Platinum Publishing

Aileen McLeish - Chairman of The Lightbox in Woking

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4. The Power of Failure – An evening of learning and improvement

Come and Join STEMConnext and our fantastic panellists for an evening of sharing and learning from our failures!

Writer Udai Yadla said “Failure is the greatest teacher” and Jennifer Lim wrote that “mistakes are proof that you are trying” so why does “failure” still have negative connotations?

The simple truth is – no great success was ever achieved without failure. It may be one epic failure or a series of failures – such as Edison's 10,000 attempts to create a light bulb or Dyson’s 5,126 attempts to invent a bagless vacuum cleaner. JK Rowling was turned down by 12 publishers before finding success with the Harry Potter Books.

So, whether we like it or not, failure is a necessary stepping stone to achieving our dreams! Come and Join STEMConnext for an evening of sharing and learning from our failures!

Failure is a consequence of exploration. This is how we navigate an unknowable future. Your skill will be in quickly sensing your mistake and adapting accordingly. Winston Churchill once said: “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”

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