101 Days to Make a Change

Daily strategies to move from knowing to being

By: Roy Leighton , Emma Kilbey , Kristina Bill


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Size: 135mm x 216mm

Pages: 288

ISBN: 9781845906788

Format: Paperback

Published: July 2011


101 Days to Make a Change is a constructive and compassionate companion that will help get you back in the driving seat of your life – in just over three months. Its expansive ideology is grounded by an achievable process with a realistic timeframe to help chart progress and acknowledge results.

This programme will give you rigorous tools in order to truly understand what makes you who you are, so you can plan for your best future, both personally and professionally. You'll be led by clear and practical steps to uncover your drives and motivation and identify your attitude to learning and change. Armed with these valuable insights, your confidence will increase and your stress levels will be reduced while you develop new skills and start achieving firm goals.

A variety of exercises and activities, alongside motivating quotes and calls to action, will ensure that you stay focussed, supported and positive as you journey towards a more optimistic and successful you.


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Roy Leighton

Roy has been working in value-based areas in education, the arts and business environments in the U.K. and internationally for over 25 years. He has written books on creativity, learning, parenting, leadership and confidence. His areas of expertise are many and varied; from providing inspiring and stimulating key-note speeches to whole day conferences and workshops and sustainable programmes that run for weeks and years, and on rare occasions, possibly lifetimes.


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Emma Kilbey

From commercial values-based training programmes to transformational educational interventions, Emma strikes an inspiring balance between intellectual rigour, practical application, creativity and intuition. Originally trained as a journalist, she co-runs a successful theatre company and is also an actress, director, scriptwriter, diversity trainer and occasional cabaret crooner. A professional enthusiast, she gets a big buzz from truffling out people's uniqueness.

Click here to read Emma Kilbey’s blog.


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Kristina Bill

Kristina is both a creative and an intellectual. Her prime motivator is to understand how we as humans manage our existence and express ourselves as a way of making sense of our experience. This deep drive has led her to turn every side of her into a vocational platform.

Kristina has authored critically acclaimed personal development book 101 Days to Make a Change and was nominated in two categories (Non-Fiction and Best Debut Writer) at the 2012 People's Book Prize. She has developed and run training for adults for over 20 years across Europe and the US. She holds a Bachelor of Business Studies, is a certified Life Coach and has numerous other professional qualifications such as Fitness Instructor, Meisner Actor, Music Producer and Film Maker. She divides her time between creative pursuits and learning notably for large organisations such as Deloitte University EMEA. She specialises in leadership development, communication and personal effectiveness and is passionate about human transformation and adult learning. She practices holistic wellness and advocates exercise, healthy living and mindfulness meditation in her courses.

Early in her career, Kristina worked as an actor and has continued as a filmmaker to produce communications and product launch pieces. She has released three albums of original music and created several music videos to support her work. She is a prolific voice over artist working across television, film and corporate media. Kristina is Swedish born and a resident of London, UK since 1998. Her childhood included stints in India and Canada, providing her with an international perspective early on.

With many different roles and abilities Kristina is uniquely positioned to advocate and guide the reader's path away from fragmentation and towards cohesion. She believes that by striving to be your authentic self there is no need to change hats' depending on which circumstance you are in. She believes that with the right support this mindset can be developed and maintained with balance and harmony.


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