INNER FIRE Show – I am, I can, I will, April 2019
Joes St Clair is an entrepreneur, a writer, reiki healer, life coach and speaker. After a successful career as a Senior Executive at ‘Nationwide Building Society’ managing large projects and internal departments, Joe then enjoyed a second career as an ‘International Management Consultant’ working all over the world at Board level in some of the world’s leading Companies solving corporate problems. His clients included Vodafone, M&S, DHL, Nat West, Prudential, EE, Thomas Cook, Morgan Stanley, RSC, The Environment Agency and many others.
In addition to his corporate work Joe is an established professional Writer and Conference Speaker with over 3000 articles published to date in leading magazines as well as the author of a number of books. He is also a fully qualified Life Coach, Hypnotherapist and ‘Reiki Energy Healer’ an Entrepreneur and a ‘Spiritual Teacher’ with a deep lifelong interest in Spirituality, Consciousness, Meditation and World Issues.
Joe works closely with eminent philosopher, scientist and writer Ervin Laszlo and from 2014-2017 was the Managing Director of the ‘Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research’ (L-INPR) in Tuscany, Italy which brings together world experts in the fields of holistic and alternative health, consciousness, spirituality and global sustainability.
Joe is the author of the best-selling life-coaching book ‘100 Tips for Total Life Fulfilment’ with more books to be published in 2019 including ‘The Path to Indra’ – a spiritual diary and ‘Unsustainable Planet’ which analyses and attempts to solve the world’s most critical problems including climate change, pollution, poverty, corporate corruption, deforestation and human rights.
In 2016 Joe was invited to take on the role of ‘Global President’ of ‘Eternea’ the US based organisation founded by the 6th man-on-the-moon, Astronaut Edgar Mitchell and Eben Alexander (Author of New York bestseller ‘Proof of Heaven’) Eternea is an organisation focused on research into Consciousness, Immortality and World Issues.
Joe is also the newly appointed UK Director of the “World Sustainability Development Forum” (WSDF-UK) which is focused on meeting the targets of the ‘Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDG’s) and the ‘Paris Agreement’ on climate change working closely with the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) and the United Nations. He regularly talks on these subjects at both local and global conferences.
Winston Ben Clements is a speaker, trainer and entrepreneur who helps people use the power of resilience to thrive in business and in life. He is a keen advocate for diversity and mental health awareness in the workplace.
Winston was born with a condition known as Brittle Bones disease and the main symptom is bones that break very, very easily! This disorder limited him especially during childhood because he had to undergo numerous surgeries and missed out on a lot of fun moments.
Many years later, when he had successfully graduated from University with a degree in Computer Science, his confidence had taken a big hit because he was struggling to find employment, unlike most of his friends.
Something needed to change!
He decided to stop comparing his life to other people, to stop doubting in his own abilities and to stop letting a disability define him as a person!
Breaking through his self-imposed barriers empowered him to build a successful tech career with some of the top companies in the world – and TODAY he is using his speaking to share learnings and practical takeaways at live team events and conferences.
“My mission is to inspire 1 BILLION people and create a world without limitations!” he says. http://winstonclements.com/
Max Munro has started practicing yoga when he was 16 and is one of the youngest yoga teachers in the UK. But there is much more to this.
Max is a leaving proof of how important maintaining a strong body and balanced mind is. While we cannot always prevent accidents, we can prevent bad endings.
One year ago Max fell off the roof and was rushed into hospital with a serious brain injuries. He was in a critical condition for 2 months. Doctors said that the rehabilitation will be at least 2 years long and he will not be able to teach yoga again. But his recovery was remarkable. He taught a yoga class again just 5 months after his accident. 6 months into a recovery he completed the British 10k for the Brain and Spine Foundation.