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Shut the Hell Up: How to control that little voice

  • 20 Jun 2018
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Korumburra Golf Club, 250 Korumburra-Warragul Rd, Korumburra VIC 3950


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

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If for some reason you simply cannot pay online now and must pay on the night, event fees will be rounded up to the nearest whole note. For example, for a regular evening event members will be $40 cash on the night, non-member registrations will be $50 cash on the night.
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Stop holding yourself back! 

Learn how to quieten your self-doubt at our June dinner event featuring guest speaker Leah Mether, Director of Methmac Communications.


  • Why self-doubt is normal.
  • Practical strategies to help you get out of your own way.
  • The role of tall poppy syndrome in Australia’s self-doubt culture.
  • How to train your brain.
  • The perils of being a people pleaser.
  • How body language can help.


Leah Mether is a straight-talking Gippsland-based communications specialist, trainer, and professional speaker. Through her business, Methmac Communications, Leah works with large corporate clients, government agencies, small businesses and individuals to help them improve their communications and step up for success.

She runs popular workshops and motivational seminars and is passionate about empowering people to remove the roadblocks in their lives.

Leah lives in the tiny town of Willow Grove and is the mother of three young boys, a wife, writer, and dedicated community volunteer.

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About our venue...

Korumburra Golf Club
250 Korumburra-Warragul Rd, Korumburra VIC 3950

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