In Conversation: Local Books in the Making
Saturday 1 July, 9am.
Stephanie Philp is a writer, conference presenter, master coach and mentor with a penchant for terrible jokes. As an international Master NLP trainer, she’s been training NLP Practitioners and Master Practitioners since 2000. She’s the Head Consultant and Director at MetaMorphosis Ltd and lives in Raglan, New Zealand. She coaches and trains people who want to step out of tick-tock and find their magical place in the world – and then live there.
Steph will join local authors Bernadette Gavin and Jacquie McRae in a panel discussion celebrating the latest diverse works by Raglan’s local authors.
Steph will be sharing a snapshot of the book she is currently writing, The Resilience Book (sub title yet to be decided!).
The Resilience Book is an extensive and extremely practical guide to identifying and developing resilience; a desirable trait that in today’s world, is needed more than ever. The book covers what resilience is, why it’s important and how you can become more resilient. It includes tips for building resilience including well-proven tools, techniques and exercises to build and strengthen your resilience. The book also draws on research to identify what contributes to a person being resilient, and what reduces resilience.
A prolific author, Steph’s previous books include Goal Setting: 7 Principles to Achieve Remarkable Success: Using the P.E.R.F.E.C.T. strategy to create your future (2016), Presentations That Rock (2016), REAL People Skills (2015) and Inside Your Mind (2015).
All of Steph’s books are available as eBooks from her website.
See next event: The Making of Someone’s Mana, with poet Haare Williams and photographer Michael Krzanich.