Wed, 11 November 2020

6:30 pm - 7:45 pm GMT

How to Change Your Life

Paul McKenna

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The behavioural scientist and internationally bestselling author joins us to reveal strategies and techniques to master your emotions, run your own brain and become the person you want to be.

Success and happiness are not accidents that happen to some people and not to others. They are created by specific ways of thinking and acting in the world.

Named by the Sunday Times alongside the Dalai Lama as one of the world’s leading modern gurus, Paul McKenna has helped millions of people lose weight, overcome insomnia, control stress, quit smoking and increase their self-confidence. His clients include Hollywood movie stars, Olympic gold medallists, rock stars, leading business achievers, royalty and people who have been labelled ‘incurable’. Whether it’s curing someone of a phobia or clearing up deep-seated issues, he is renowned for his ability to make small changes in people’s lives that yield huge results.

Now he joins How To Academy to share his insights into personal success. Paul has studied highly successful and effective people, distilling their strategies so that you, too, can learn to think in the same way as a super-achiever. Don’t miss this chance to take the first, deceptively simple steps to changing your life for the better.

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Paul McKenna

Behavioural scientist, hypnotist and author

Paul McKenna, Ph.D. is a behavioural scientist, hypnotist and author. He was named by the Sunday Times as one of the world’s leading modern gurus alongside Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama. He is one of the world’s bestselling authors, having sold over ten million books in 35 countries. Over the past thirty years, Paul McKenna has helped millions of people successfully lose weight, overcome insomnia, control stress, quit smoking and increase their self-confidence. His TV shows have been seen by hundreds of millions of people in 42 countries around the world.