Past Bexhill-on-Sea Event: VOL 10

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What happens when we change our circles of safety ?

@ VOL 10 ON JUN 21, 2018

In Richard Freemans talk he explains the science behind relationships by using the Dunbar theory, it makes you think about you relationships with the people you Know.

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Nana Korobi Ya Oki: “Fall down seven times, get up eight…”

@ VOL 10 ON JUN 21, 2018

Bianca Donnelly talks about however hard life gets you should never give up, you will allways get through.

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Self Managed Learning - The Only Sensible Way Forward

@ VOL 10 ON JUN 21, 2018

In this David Lilly's talk about the problems some childern face in education, he explains how with the help of the SML College they can achieve this and get the education they need for later life.

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Ben Again

@ VOL 10 ON JUN 21, 2018

Here Ben Clench talks about the tragic incident on his holiday that left him with a traumatic brain injury. Ben talks about how he defied what the doctors told him he couldn't do. When Ben was in recovery, he completed a masters degree and has written about it to inspire and give hope to other patients like him.

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Living By Design

@ VOL 10 ON JUN 21, 2018

Sally May -a recovering 'busy' person- shows us how to improve our life through essentialism and prioritising necessities such as sleep. We also learn when to say no in order to change our lives for the better and start living by design.

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Locked In

@ VOL 10 ON JUN 21, 2018

Adele Bates gives us an insight into being locked in a room full of teenagers and the surprising amount of engagement that grew when questions they actually want to know were anwered. Bates shows us the amount of interest teenagers can have when it comes to learning despite their negative stereotypes. Adele's unique outlook on education and youths challenges us to see children -our future- as a vast amount of knowledge and opportunity rather than burdons or misifits.

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The Possibility of Coffee

@ VOL 10 ON JUN 21, 2018

Heather Barrie takes us on a journey in order to discover our own, individual identity through the simple acronym- CULTURE. We are educated in making a difference through the smallest of acts and standing out from the crowd through recognising our vision, converting that into our purpose, and then creating our mission. She compares us to a whirlwind which is only ever started with a breeze and gives us the only question we need to ask ourselves in order to enrich our individual culture- How do I want to be seen?

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Life Theming

@ VOL 10 ON JUN 21, 2018

Adam and Joshua's (Adua) presentation takes us on their extraordinary journey in order to see life from their perculiar perspective. After experiencing the post holiday blues back in 2013, they strived to make everyday different by allocating a theme to each month and prevent their lives from feeling 'Groundhoggy'. After experiencing months of foxes, herbs, flags and even the number 37, they discovered you can make every day worth while and emphasise your creativity by the limitations you place upon yourself.

Bianca Donnelly
Fashion Educationalist and Social Entrepreneur in Brighton
Richard Freeman
CEO , always possible
Adam & Joshua French
Life Themers, Adua in Brighton
David Lilly
College Programmes Co-ordinator, SML College in Fishersgate
Sally May
Leadership Coach, Sally May Consulting in Brighton
Adele Bates
Creative Educator
Heather Barrie
Coffee Entrepreneur in Chichester