Resolve is a four-week course designed to help you make life long positive changes. Each week delegates explore what the experts have to say, talk to other delegates about what they think and engage in a variety of practical exercise to help them accomplish their goals.
Looking after your body can look like a lot of things: eating healthier, exercising more, and getting better sleep. As we make New Year resolutions, to better care for our bodies is often one of the first things we promise ourselves. During this session, we'll hear from several experts about one of the things that helps you look after your body best: consistency.
Strengthening your mind means taking the time to develop resiliency. A strong mind doesn't mean that you are never overly challenged, stressed or frazzled. Instead, it means that we are better equipped to deal with these situations when they arise. During this session, our experts will discuss what it means to train our brains this New Year.
Inspiring your soul involves finding the spaces in your life where you think, “this is what gives life its meaning.” This looks different for everyone, but one thing remains the same: it's important to take the time to care for the part of you that seems to tap into something larger than life. Thanks to our experts, this session will remind us what it means to draw from that deeper sense of existence with more frequency in our everyday lives.
Deepening your relationships asks you to take a step back and look at how you treat the other people in your life. Are there people in your life who you know deserve more of your time and attention but never seem to get it? This session is a chance to receive expert advice on how to put these relationships first, and to keep on doing so in a way that enriches both lives.
Dr. Roger Bretherton is a psychologist and lecturer at the University of Lincoln.
Dr. Alyson VanDenBroek is a member of the Royal College of Physicians and works as a general practitioner in Gloucester.
Martyn Snow serves as the current Bishop of Leicester for the Anglican Church.
Prabhu Guptara is a global trends expert born and educated in India and currently serves as the Executive Director of Relational Analytics.
Prof. Douglas Davies is an anthropologist and theologian currently lecturing at Durham University.
Paul Powell is a comedy writer with experience creating episodes for both television and radio.
We would really like to hear how you have got on with the course, your opinions help shape what we create in the future, as we learn what works and what doesn’t.