Breakfast Briefing at Froginwell Vineyard with Tracey Duke
Date and Time:
5th September 2019 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Froginwell Vineyard, Sidmouth Rd, Woodbury Salterton, Exeter, Devon, EX5 1EP, UK
About The Events
Start the day with a working breakfast in the glorious surroundings of Froginwell Vineyard, just outside Exeter.
Our speaker this month is Tracey Duke - founder and host of Exeter Real, writer, editor, broadcast media presenter and meditation teacher. Tracey's talk will focus on How To Save The World In Two Simple Steps:
"While we cannot deny these are challenging times, we should at the same time, acknowledge that there's never been more opportunity for playing our part in changing the world for the better, from right here, in Exeter.
Before we can change the world however, we have to get clear on what we're saving it from and how we're going to get the job done."
Tracey's 20 minute talk will delve into what she sees as the current global "Three Big Scarys" and how, by reframing the way we perceive problems, we can take personal responsibility for their solutions. She'll be following up her talk with a Q & A session and there'll be an opportunity, after breakfast, to join Tracey for a one-hour long Meditation for Extraordinary Performance session which can be booked and paid for on the day or via this Eventbrite link (going live soon).
As well as a delicious light breakfast, there'll also be plenty of opportunity to network, catch up with friends and make new connections.
A few words about Tracey
Writer, editor and presenter, Tracey has spent the last four years exploring human potential from every angle. She’s worked with and interviewed athletes, entrepreneurs, adventurers and business leaders from around the globe including James Caan MBE, Brett Gosper, CEO of World Rugby and the world's leading female polar explorer, Ann Daniels - all of whom know only too well the power of the mind and its ability to make or break us.
Passionate about how a twice-daily meditation practice has enhanced her own life, she has now introduced a teaching practice into Exeter Real’s offering of workshops and events.