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The Elephant in the Room

  • 21 Jun 2017
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Koonwarra Hall


  • Special price for members. BONUS offer: You can take two non-members at membership prices.

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Our Speaker

June Guest Speaker - Megan Vuillermin

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The Elephant in the Room!

Our next guest speaker is our very own President Megan Vuillermin.

Megan is on a mission to turn the tide on what she believes is our latest epidemic that is affecting ALL age groups, males and females, and that is, poor self-worth.

Depression, anxiety, stress, poor health, dysfunctional relationships, poor business performance or even a bad team culture; lack of self-worth plays out in far too much of our everyday lives, sometimes with devastating outcomes.

Everyone would like to have better self-worth – to believe in themselves more, to trust themselves, to be more resilient, confident and not feel like they are letting themselves or others down. As a Mother, a Wife, Parent, Sibling, Friend, Business owner, employee; we would like to feel better about the roles we play.

Megan will share with us some wonderfully simple steps and strategies to help us to understand what has gone so wrong and what we can do to help us improve our own sense of self-worth.

‘It is my hope that this event will be both educational and inspiring. I hope you will leave feeling empowered and ready to love life more than you thought possible; not in a rah-rah unsustainable way, but with practical tools and understanding to enjoy a healthy sense of self-worth, and, to be able to teach others how to do the same.’                 - Megan

Megan is a highly experienced and inspirational coach who has worked with hundreds of people from the classroom to the boardroom and from all walks of life in between. Megan helps people to achieve positive change through improving their self-worth. She is also the creator of #TheSelfWorthProject.

Our venue

Koonwarra Hall, Koonwarra 

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