The one-day festival coming to the Royal Geographical Society is all about being the change you want to see. Whether it’s improving your mental and physical health, taking a leap in your career or fighting global injustice, How To Change Your Life has a whole range of masterclasses and talks aimed at offering solutions to every day dilemmas.
Speaking Truth to Power: Writer Scarlett Curtis will be speaking about feminism and activism at the How To Change Your Life festival
There are also opportunities to meet entrepreneurs and experts who will teach attendees the skills for success like finding resilience and the work-life balance.
The festival isn’t just about bettering the self. How To Change Your Life approaches self-care with the philosophy that in order to change the world, you first must make a major life adjustment. Keynotes from politicians and activists from around the world will provide a guide on how to tackle global problems on an individual level.
Fighting for Justice in a Warzone: Lawyer Kimberley Motley will discuss her legal work in Afghanistan at the How To Change Your Life festival
The team at How To: Academy have assembled an impressive lineup of speakers, artists and activists for this singular event. Highlights include a conversation with columnist and the bestselling author of How to Build a Girl Caitlin Moran and a discussion on feminism and activism with writer Scarlett Curtis.
Kicking your life into gear is all about a shift in mindset and gaining the skills and insight needed to make that transformation. How To Change Your Life hopes to provide those answers.
|What||How to Change Your Life festival, Royal Geographical Society|
|Where||Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR | MAP|
|Nearest tube||South Kensington (underground)|
On 14 Sep 19, 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
|Website||Click here for more information|