I was also able to meet and hear from a number of very inspiring speakers. Gina Miller, Co-Founder, SCM Direct & Founder, True and Fair Foundation, discussed the importance of standing up for what we believe in with grace and compassion.
There was also Mary Ann Thompson, Humanitarian, who confirmed that we are all responsible for each other and we all responsible for our ability to survive, which I wholeheartedly believe.
Another speaker whom I resonated with was Baroness Verna who discussed her journey and recommended that each and every one of has to create their own identity and aura if one wishes to stand out.
The common theme between these and other speakers seemed to be that one can be successful in business and have a conscience, an ethos that Brilliant Parents wholeheartedly agrees with.
Until next time – Blessings.
Thursday 12th October saw the launch of Angie Greave’s book club at the Cadogan Gardens Hotel in central London and the Brilliant Parents team were there to take part in this truly amazing event.
Angie discussed the merits of Iyanla Vanzants’s latest book entitled ‘Forgiveness’ and the ladies present discussed some of their life’s experiences where they found forgiveness to be an important element in their healing and ability to move on. Much of the conversation came back to parenting, a subject we can all relate to and it was agreed that on the whole our parents did the best they could with the knowledge and resources that they had at the time.
As Iyanla says “Forgiveness is the final form of love.” So whether it’s your mother, father, or other family relation, consider choosing forgiveness and set yourself free.
Until next time…