Kate Grey, an inspiring ex Paralympic swimmer who lost a hand as a child in a farming accident, will speak at the launch of a new type of personal development event.
Now a BBC commentator, she will be sharing her story at MAX Rules, talking about how her mindset and attitude has not only helped her to achieve excellence but overcome obstacles and challenges in all areas of her life. She went on to experience success competing in the World Championships and Paralympic Games as well as becoming world number one.
The MAX Rules meetings, with a ‘business networking’ twist, are the brainchild of Emma Gibbs-Ng, who has more than a decade of experience in the business world.
Emma said: “I have been running my personal development company for four years and wanted to launch this inspiring event to create something that not only brings together like minded people, but creates a self-development opportunity that leads to new success.”
To be held every six weeks, the MAX Rules meetings will be launched at the Orchid Hotel in Bournemouth on 9 February at 5.30pm.
Emma added, “Ideally we want to attract those who are ready to break down their barriers to achieve new levels of success.”
Those interested in attending the event or for more information should visit www.emmagibbsng.com/workshops