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Conquering The Fear Of Change with Steve Beckles-Ebusua

Steve is the creator of the 4 steps to conquering lifelong self-defeating habits system. He is also a speaker, trainer, coach and author on change and the founder of a personal development business.

Steve’s tried and tested 4 step’s to conquering lifelong self defeating habits have proven to be an amazing blend of study and life experience in the work he does.

These steps can be easily applied and are easily achieved with no practical experience needed. All that is required is an open mind to everything and an attached mind to nothing.

http://youtu.be/sXQO6cwx918

Do you have self-defeating habits that are preventing you from reaching your full potential?

This system will:

Improve your focus, direction and your own personal growth by overcoming  self- defeating behaviour.

Address addictions, low self-esteem and the feeling of lack of purpose.

Improve low expectations you may have of yourself.

Address and overcome the negative perceptions of attracting prosperity.

Improve self-belief in staff, thereby improving sales and advocates for you and your business.

Increase productivity through techniques in overcoming self-defeating thought patterns.

Increase the confidence and ‘buy-in’ of investors and other key people.


Steve Beckles-Ebusua 

Motivational speaker, trainer, coach and author on conquering lifelong self-defeating habits that hold us back from reaching our full potential.

He began his career as an engineer. He worked for GEC and AGFA UK, and while in these roles he struggled to find a sense and purpose in life. Consequently, his work, social and personal life lost direction and meaning. And at his lowest point he sought counselling for depression. Although this was a very low point in his life, he realised that he had developed self-defeating habits about himself.

He decided he had to change these self-defeating habits to pull himself out of his depression. And so, belief became his first step in changing his life. He decided he had to find something he had a passion for and realised that he had a passion for changing people’s lives and helping them to reach their full potential.

So, with this new-found belief, he decided to leave his job at AGFA UK and joined Kingsmead Secondary School in Enfield as a mentor working with young people. He had found his calling and was soon promoted to Positive Achievements Manager for the school. Working  at  the  school,  Steve  won  the  award  for  the  ‘Most  Positive  and Inspirational Person in Enfield’ given by Enfield Council.

In 2007, he decided to create his own organisation changing peoples’ lives through motivational  and  inspirational  talks,  sessions  and  workshops,  and  visiting  schools, colleges, organisations and companies.

This is his 8th year in the business of supplying tools – not rules – to help people change their lives for the better.

www.thechangemaker.co.uk 

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  • Daniel C.

    What an incredibly inspiring talk! took some of the advice Steve gave about putting ego aside and already started seeing some surprising results. Steves talk is now available online, along with over 120+ hours of other interesting talks. you can see all the trailers here at www.interestingtalks.co.uk at the bottom of the page and if you missed Steves talk..heres the first 25 minutes of mindblowing content..enjoy! http://www.interestingtalks.co.uk/stevebecklesebusua/

    February 5, 2014

  • Steve

    That's great Leslie, it is all about breaking up that subconscious pattern of behaviour. Ps. I hope it's March you mean't rather than May!!! Take care:-)

    February 5, 2014

  • leslie

    i really enjoyed this talk, very inspiring and motivational.

    1 · February 4, 2014

    • Steve

      Thanks Leslie, btw did you get a response from the random text we sent in the pub?

      February 4, 2014

    • leslie

      I'm used to sincronisity in my life steve, so it came as no surprise that Jamie got back to me and said that he had been meaning to call me as he had been thinking about me very recently, we haven't been in touch for about three years, thanks for picking his name from my contacts, all the best see you on the course in may.

      1 · February 5, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I felt re-charged after that!

    1 · February 4, 2014

  • Greg H.

    Great vibe, a lot of energy and passion were shared from a knowledgable Steve who was at his best self: natural! I am not scoring 5 because I would recommend less content and more exercises and discussions within the group like it is usually the case with interesting talks

    February 3, 2014

    • Steve

      Thanks for the feedback, will definitely bear that in mind. Take care:-)

      February 4, 2014

  • Russell

    A fantastically energising and inspiring talk.

    1 · February 4, 2014

    • Steve

      Thanks Russell:-)

      February 4, 2014

  • Maria

    Really enjoyed this talk and looking forward to attending Steve's workshop in March. Thanks Matt for organising another great talk!

    1 · February 4, 2014

    • Steve

      Thanks Maria, I'm really looking forward to challenging those self defeating habits we all have. Take care:-)

      February 4, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Really enjoyed this talk this evening. Was the first interesting talks event I've come to.

    I still haven't found how to rate this event but, I was pleased, actually because it did deliver a lot of content that I could take with me, which is sort of what I was after.

    1 · February 4, 2014

  • Steve

    Hey all, it was a pleasure speaking to you all this evening. Remember to do something new, take care:-)

    February 3, 2014

  • aj h.

    Awe i am gutted but something had come up last minute and I can't make it:( I'd be very happy if someone else would like to take my place. Apologies this is so last minute. I'd love to come to another event. Enjoy everyone! :)

    February 3, 2014

  • Matt K.

    For those who haven't been before, please read this information very carefully.

    Time: Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7pm start. Talk finishes at 9pm. Pub afterwards.

    Venue: St James Church Meeting Rooms. The entrance is on Church Place, which is a footpath between the main church and Costa Coffee on Piccadilly. We are NOT in the main church. There is another event happening in there tonight, please make sure you come to the right venue.

    Food and drink: Drinks are allowed but please do not brig food into the venue.

    Also remember to bring pens and paper with you to make notes.

    See you there

    Matt

    February 3, 2014

    • Aisha

      do we need to bring a proof of purchase of ticket?

      February 3, 2014

  • MaggieD

    I have now transferred my space to Kam, he has the original confirmation number as proof

    February 3, 2014

  • MaggieD

    Unfortunately I can't come anymore, would anyone like my space?

    February 3, 2014

    • Kam

      I would like to take your place if I can please. Don't know how that works though. How should I pay?

      February 3, 2014

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