Robin Banks workshop: don’t miss out!

Belinda Bantham -- Wed, 10/09/2019 - 09:07

Robin Banks workshop: don’t miss out!

If you have not yet booked your seat for the much anticipated “Success is a choice” workshop by Robin Banks – one of the world’s leading authorities on the subject of mind power and personal mastery – you should hurry-up and do so.

The workshop is set to take place on 10 October at the North-West University’s (NWU’s) campus in Vanderbijlpark and is regarded as a not-to-be-missed event. 

Robin’s visit to the NWU is the result of a collaborative venture between the bhive Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) and the Alumni Office.

According to Annelie Steenkamp, a representative from the bhive EDC, the aim of the event is to motivate and encourage the community to embrace opportunities for success and by doing so set in motion a movement of proactivity – especially with regards to entrepreneurship.

The costs involved vary between R200 per person for NWU staff and members of the community, while students will pay R100 per ticket. Interested persons should register for the event and can do so by sending an email to Annelie.Steenkamp@nwu.ac.za  or to Zanele.Ngobese@nwu.ac.za

More about Robin Banks

Robin is a highly sought after international speaker and has dedicated his life to the transformation of global consciousness. His ultimate desire is to empower people to take charge of their lives and create a brighter future for themselves, their community, their country and the planet.

He is continually being featured on radio and television shows, in newspaper and magazine articles and has travelled and spoken extensively across the globe. He has mastered the art of communication and uses his gift of understanding group dynamics, to deliver a powerful and life changing message.

NWU an active enabler of impact

“As the Alumni Office we remain committed towards the continuous empowerment of our graduates, and we proudly partner with the bhive EDC to showcase this phenomenal entrepreneur,” says Zanele Ngobese.

She says that it is important for impactful individuals to be aware of their decision making processes – something the upcoming workshop will focus on. “Too often we operate on automatic, doing things by habit rather than by making conscious decisions and I am excited about the learning opportunity brought about by Robin’s visit.”

* The bhive EDC represents a dynamic hub of entrepreneurial activity within the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences.

Robin Banks.