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Monthly Speaker Meetup - Bree Stedman - Breaking Your Negative Self-Talk
“I can’t do this” “I’m not good enough” “What will people think?” “I just can’t get over it” Negative thinking can make, or break, your dreams and life experience. It’s a bad habit that way too many people can’t shake – and this often comes down to the approach made to address those negative thoughts. At this month’s talk, Female Head Talk expert Bree Stedman is going to share some tips and tricks on how to break the habit of thinking negatively to help you develop emotional control and confidence in your life. Bree Stedman Female Head Talk Expert, Bree Stedman is passionate about helping women stop the negative self-talk that discourages and sabotages their life experience to gain more Emotional Control. For 13 years, Bree has worked with women in a leadership, mentoring, transformation and educating role. She has seen the struggle that women experience when it comes to creating a life of their dreams - regardless of skills and experience, the common denominator that affects results is the way women speak to themselves. Her Own Your BS brand is a no-nonsense approach to inspire, educate and empower. You can learn more about Bree, her products and services at www.breestedman.com and www.ownyourbs.com Got a inspirational story or PD technique you would like to share at one of our meetups? Ask us about a 10-15 minute Members Freestyle spot. Please let us know if you or someone you know would be willing to be one of our guest speakers at our monthly speaker meetups by messaging us at [masked] (See here (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2MD9UaZUXmKRW42cXROdVJMdXM) for details of our past speakers). We are also happy to consider Personal Development Professionals presenting at our meetups as long as they understand our meetups are a no pressure environment and group members are under no obligation to purchase any products or services offered.

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What we're about

There are lots of awesome people in Newcastle who are curious about Personal Development, Self-Help, Mindset, NLP and other associated topics. This group is intended to bring like-minded people together, so that we can be inspired, learn, share ideas and lessons we have experienced. The events provide an opportunity to share the latest ideas on personal development and catchy techniques to take home and play with.

"Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn."

- Benjamin Franklin

Join the conversation or share an event at our Facebook Group Page here (https://www.facebook.com/groups/newcastlepersonaldevelopment)

See details of some our past events and speakers here (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2MD9UaZUXmKRW42cXROdVJMdXM)

Got an event suggestion? Email us at newcastlepersonaldevelopment@gmail.com

So what happens at a typical NPD Meetup?

Cost – Newcastle Personal Development Group is a volunteer ran group so we cover costs by asking for a $3 to $5 suggested contribution at the monthly speaker meetup. (The contribution is pay only what you can afford). Our guest speakers also volunteer their time in return to being able to share their passion/services with you which allows us to offer our meetups for this small contribution. This contribution cover's the costs to run the group, host the NPD meetup site and book the venue for our speaker events. We as organiser’s gift our time as a community service, if you have benefited from the group we would love to hear your feedback on the Group Review (https://www.meetup.com/Newcastle-Personal-Development-Group/about/comments/?op=all) Page. You can also gift to us by making a general donation with credit card, debit card or paypal account via http://paypal.me/npdgroup (Though not expected!)

Monthly Speaker Meetup - Last Saturday of the month, 10:30am start, Coffee + Tea available / Introduction to new + existing members with game / activity, introduction of the topic or theme, 45 minute presentation, then questions and answers, general discussion or practical workshop, and maybe some time to mingle afterward, finishing around 12:30pm.

Please let us know if you or someone you know would be willing to be one of our guest speakers at our monthly speaker meetups by messaging us at newcastlepersonaldevelopment@gmail.com (See Discussions Page here (http://www.meetup.com/Newcastle-Personal-Development-Group/messages/boards/thread/46927702) for suggested topics). We are happy to consider Personal Development Professionals presenting at our meetups as long as they understand our meetups are a no pressure environment and group members are under no obligation to purchase any products or services offered.

Public / Community Events - There will sometimes be events that may or may not be organised by the NPD Group Organisers that we add to the NPD meetup calendar. We will note in the meetup event brief where an event is a 'Public Event' I.e. open to the general public or a Community Event I.e. organised by one of our members. Also see the NPD facebook page for more public or community event shares.

Intended Outcome of our Meetup Events Engage with like-minded people, with wide range of ideas and experiences, explore PD topics in a no pressure relaxed environment, learn, laugh, grow and share, make new friendships, build a personal development community, learn about others and yourself. Gain experience and confidence facilitating or speaking within a group, engage with other peers in your current or future vocation / interest, or just build your social network whilst growing yourself!

Ground Rules & Disclaimer Each member attending a NPD meetup is expected to be Accepting, Respectful, Non-judgmental, everyone encouraged and has opportunity to speak, mindful when participating in group discussion to keep responses brief to allow all members a chance to participate, and of course Everybody welcome! Legal Disclaimer can be found here (http://files.meetup.com/1801852/Newcastle%20Personal%20Development%20Meetup%20Group.doc).

The information presented at the NPD meetup events and displayed on this website is to be used for educational purposes only. It should not be used as a substitute for seeking professional care in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders. Any reference to a commercial product, process, service, company or organisation should not be taken as an endorsement or recommendation by Newcastle Personal Development Group. Further details on support resources can be found here http://www.psychology.org.au/public/mental-health-websites

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