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Cosmopolitan Magazine - Our work with Scottish Widows has extended to include an article on 'Money Personalities' for Cosmopolitan Magazine. The February Issue featured a guide to your persaonal money 'type' based on Pat's Enneagram profiling model. The three types allow readers to identify with financial traits in themselves and then get some advice from Scottish Widows' expert on how best to make the most of their money based on this. 

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Creating
your future
today

This exciting 1-day workshop you will help you connect to your potential by:
∞ Discovering your self and what’s really important to you
∞ Creating a compelling personal vision
∞ Understanding why you do what you do through your Ennearoutes personality profile
∞ Identifying your growth path to achieving your greatest potentialThis exciting 1-day Workshop will unlock the secrets and help you to:

Imagine what it would be like if you had a compelling vision of what you wanted to achieve in your life and the kind of relationships that would enable you to attain it. What if you knew how you were going to achieve all of this—maybe in less time than you imagined?

‘...enjoyable and fascinating… I took away an immense amount of new ideas that I’m successfully applying in my life’

Date: March 15th
Venue: St John’sLink, Church Road, Windlesham, Surrey, GU20 6BL

Sue Gourlay and Pat Knightley are Master Practitioners of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) - sometimes described as ‘the art of communications and the science of excellence’.

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Scottish Widows - Our reputation for expert psychometric testing and Enneagram profiling has been recognised by the financial giants Scottish Widows. We have been providing an advisory profile report for individuals to evaluate their approach to financial risk and this has also featured in an article in Good Housekeeping Magazine.

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