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by Bryony Harrison (subscribe)
Freelance writer and poet from London; if you would like to read my poetry, please check out my book, 'Poems on the Page', available from
Achieve Success

What is stopping you from achieving success? Often it is our own fears and inhibitions. Sometimes I read about job or other life changing opportunities that I might be interested in pursuing, but the more I think about it, the more scared I become. What will the job involve? What will people expect of me? What if I fail? What if I let everyone down? All these questions and uncertainties usually lead me to not taking up the offer. Then there are the times when I've bitten the bullet, applied, and then it hasn't worked out because I don't fit the specs. Thing like this can be demoralising, and stop you from trying again later on.

Lack of confidence is generally the main thing that holds us back in pursuing our dreams, and it is Inner Space's aim to change all that. The personal development centre in Covent Gardens is currently under renovation but they are not letting that stop them with their job. Just like we shouldn't let hiccoughs stop us achieving our goals.

On the 8th March Inner Space is holding an event by women, for women. Stand Up and Be Bold is a free afternoon workshop taking place at the London School of Economics. Between 2.30pm - 4.30pm you will be able to take part in short talks, reflective exercises, conversations, and meditation. These exercises are designed to break the glass ceilings preventing you from moving forward, whether that be with your career, love life, or just general self-development. Learn how to let go, gain confidence and achieve your goals in a friendly environment with like minded people.
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Why? Find success in life
When: 8th March, 2.30pm
Phone: 020 7836 6688
Where: London School of Economics
Cost: Free
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