The Art of Being Brilliant
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We live in a manic society where most people’s lives are on permanent fast-forward. The modern workplace is typified by a never ending regime of restructures and budget cuts. Uncertainty prevails. Customer expectations are rising. Legislation is tightening. You are probably going to be audited or inspected one day soon. Outside of work there are family pressures. And society. And the traffic. And hoodies. Oh, and don’t forget the weather!
‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ provides an antidote to the crazy world that typifies modern Britain. This workshop uses cutting edge research to explore how you can be you, brilliantly. Andy will share some of the ‘secrets’ of Positive Psychology, focusing on learning new habits of thinking and behaviour that will sustain personal ‘brilliance’. It is about the ‘whole you’ and, as such, is applicable in and out of work.
Too many people are simply ground down by the relentless pace of life. We feel great sporadically but most people have their eye on the weekend or a holiday in a wishing-their-life-away sleepwalk.
‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ aims to get you to feel brilliant more often. Life’s too precious to be sleepwalking through it. This is a wake-up call!
We like to think of ‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ as an energiser or a simple reminder. Ultimately, the aim is to rejuvenate and inspire, with the impact felt at home as well as work. Andy calls it ‘the science of the bleedin’ obvious’…yet if it’s so obvious, why are so few people doing it?
Key themes (some or all of…)
Positive Psychology, ‘busyness’, emotional intelligence, 2%ers, energy, influencing skills, rapport, 4-minute rule, comfort zones, attitudes, ‘mood hoovers’, 90/10 principle, belief systems, the science of happiness, resilience, destination addiction, habits.
Andy Cope, Art of Brilliant
Andy Cope describes himself as a qualified teacher, author and learning junkie. Andy is currently studying happiness, flourishing and positivity as part of a Loughborough University PhD thesis. His research feeds into a training course called ‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ which has been delivered to rave reviews all over the world.
Andy is lucky enough to work with some very large businesses, including Mars, DHL, Pirelli, Pfizer, Toyota, Astra Zeneca and IKEA. Recently, he has tailored his workshops to meet the needs of children and teachers and now delivers to audiences from age 8 upwards!
Andy is also a best-selling author. He has written ‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ and ‘Being Brilliant’, self-help books for adults, as well as ‘A Brilliant Life’ and ‘The Game of Life’, the UK’s first positive psychology books for teenagers.
Andy has also penned the successful ‘Spy Dog’ series, published by Puffin. His first novel won the Redhouse Children’s Book of the Year and the series has sold in excess of a million copies worldwide.
Andy was born in the same year that England won the football world cup. He is married to Louise and they have two teenage children. They have an assortment of pets including two pet pigs, Hargreaves and Rooney.
Andy has done numerous TV and radio appearances. He has also set up the hugely successful 2%ers club, the UK’s first, foremost and...err...only society for happy people.
His ambition is to be able to surf, brilliantly!
Andy can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can check out his work at www.artofbrilliance.co.uk
Northampton NN5 5BG
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