Very excited to be bringing #GeniusPowerDreams and the #StrengthsRevolution to #Brazil next week, we’ll be in Sao Paulo and Rio running workshops and talking to #PwC clients about the power of strength based leadership, its one of my dreams to share the magic of this work in such a beautiful country with such amazing energy that inspired me so many years ago, very excited.

Vivienne Aiyela ‏@MsVee1304  Mar 13
#geniuspowerdreams great event at PwC offices in London. It’s good to dream and just be yourself @amitmahajan_83 

Faye Kilgour ‏@fkilgour  Mar 13
Fun and thought provoking event care of #GeniusPowerDreams @andy_woodfield Get involved!!

 Mar 13

great event at PwC offices in London. It’s good to dream and just be yourself

Fun and thought provoking event care of Get involved!!

Our fantastic @PwC_NI PA’s sharing their genius (the stuff they love and their great at) #GeniusPowerDreams

Our fantastic PA’s sharing their genius (the stuff they love and their great at)

Loving my new personal business cards from moo.com

Loving my new personal business cards from moo.com

Lee Ann Womack - I Hope You Dance

If you teach, you must live your teaching… 

Dr. Maya Angelou - Just Do Right

I am grateful to have been loved and to be loved right now, and to be able to love, because that liberates. 

Dr. Maya Angelou - Love Liberates

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