Never fear, Penguin Life is here with a series of fabulous talks and events designed to get you to make the most of your 2016 resolutions and live life better whether that’s at home, work or play across the whole year.
In partnership with membership club One Alfred Place, we’re delighted to launch our London events series with two events that we hope might be helpful at the beginning of the year. The first one is focused on your career, whether that be getting a promotion, how to think about your career or making a total change. Expert Tim Vincent shares his insights, advice and tips on Tuesday 26th January. That’s followed on the 3rd February by trainer Dalton Wong and health writer Kate Faithfull-Williams’ ‘Continue to Feelgood’ an inspiring guide showing how, in just 15 minutes a day, you can dramatically improve your health and fitness. Based on their new book, Glamour has called ‘The FeelGood plan’ The Health book of 2016.
As part of our launch, both talks are just £5. Places are limited so do hurry. Read on to book your place and find out more about each talk.
New Year, New Career
26th January 6.30pm
1 Alfred Place
Tim Vincent, Careers expert and author of Career Jujitsu provides some unique insight and killer advice into getting the job, promotion or career you want and deserve. If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to change careers, move company, achieve that promotion or even reassess your career goals, this is a talk for you. Tim Vincent is the CEO of head hunters ‘Rembrandt Consultants’ and author of two incredibly useful and insightful books, ‘Nail that interview’ and ‘Career Jujitsu’. Tim has worked with over 350 business leaders in a range of different fields. He is a fascinating thinker on the world of work and career and most importantly, his ideas and insights work, and they will genuinely help you land your next job, promotion or career change. Book here.
Continue to ‘Feelgood’
3rd February 6.30pm
1 Alfred Place
If through January, you’ve been hard at work detoxing, getting back to fitness and sticking to those New Year’s Resolutions we’ve designed this talk to help you to maintain those good intentions. Allow feted trainer Dalton Wong and health writer Kate Faithfull-Williams to show you how, in just 15 minutes each day, you can change your body and mind for life. Book here.