Strategies of High Achievers Workshop with Alexandra Pursglove

  • Wednesday, August 07, 2019
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • 177 40th street Pittsburgh, PA 15201
  • 30

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Success and professional advancement doesn't just happen to you. You have to be intentional to make it happen. It requires building on-going, successful habits and continuous self-reflection.

When Jack Canfield, author of The Success Principles, wrote his follow up book, The Power of Focus, he and his co-authors interviewed over 2,000 successful people to find what differentiates them from ordinary people. They discovered three key factors that separate high-achievers, which will be covered in this workshop.

By participating in this interactive workshop, you will:

• Find deeper clarity on your desired outcomes for your career
• Learn what it really means to take complete responsibility for your results
• Explore powerful success habits – including how to accelerate growth through the art of asking and taking action
• Increase your level of self-reflection & self-awareness to guide you to improved results

About Alexandra Pursglove:

Alexandra Pursglove is the co-founder of Pace Success Coaching, a professional development coaching and culture consulting company. She specializes in engaging and developing ambitious leaders and teams. She also helps leaders create a competitive advantage through the development of purposeful, high-performing cultures.

Alexandra is certified as an Executive Coach by the Center for Executive Coaching and as a Cultural Transformation Consultant by the Barrett Values Centre. She has been personally trained and certified in The Success Principles methodology by Jack Canfield, Success Coach and critically acclaimed Co-Author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Several of the organizations in which she has supported include: the international technology company Halma plc, the MD|DC Credit Union Association, and the Urban Impact Foundation.

Arrive at 5:30 p.m. to network upstairs at Over Eden, a restaurant and garden bar nestled in the rooftop of a former trade school in Pittsburgh's Lawrenceville neighborhood. Appetizers will be provided. The presentation will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. downstairs at TRYP by Wydnham.

Dress code: Business Casual

Over Eden/TRYP by Wyndham

177 40th street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 (map)

Parking: TRYP by Wyndham offers valet. All PYP members receive a special rate of $10/vehicle. 
You can also park on the surrounding streets free of charge.

Event Contact: 
Jackie.Rodgers@pyp.org


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