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Further information 2013-04-10T13:59:09+00:00

Are you a genuinely upbeat, positive and happy person? Have you got the potential to be? Do you grin more than average? Are you lucky? Are you good to have around? Do good days outnumber bad ones by a ratio of 10 to 1? If so, we’re looking for you!

It’s safe to say that everyone wants to be happy. But all too often things get in the way and we end up rushing through life without having time to enjoy the journey! Modern life means we’re living life fast, but are we living it well?

Positive Psychology expert, Andy Cope, has developed a philosophy called “The Art of Being Brilliant”. On an energy scale of 0 to 10 (0 being just about alive and 10 being like Tigger) the average British citizen scores a 3. This is not surprising considering the negativity of the press, the depressing TV, the credit crunch and the weather! The bad news is that negativity can become a habit and people can sink into it like a comfortable armchair.

The great news is that positivity is also a habit. About 2% of the population are operating at much higher levels of energy and happiness. Andy calls them the ‘amazing 2%ers’. They feel good, smile more, are healthier, happier and more optimistic. They create great relationships, they are great parents and are great to have in your team.

If you are brilliant, positive, happy and optimistic most days then we have an event for you. If you have the potential to be a 2%er, then you’re welcome to join in the fun. We would like to invite you to an event that is designed to help you maintain your brilliance and, in the process, make the world a happier place. This is the event you’ve been waiting for…it’s designed exclusively for positive people!

‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ is about raising the daily happiness of yourself and those around you. It’s also about understanding the impact of your behaviour on others and living life to the full. It’s about the ‘whole you’ and is therefore applicable at work and home. After all, why settle for anything less than being yourself, brilliantly?