It is well-accepted fact in life that what goes around comes around – or at least we hope so.
These sort of chain reactions can be a great catalyst for change and local business New Leaf Design are hoping to set a whole lot of chain reactions going that will benefit other local businesses. Director, Becky Wright, is encouraging companies to give just one hour of their expertise to another business this February to see what might come back their way!
Brett Rogers of social media company, whyrun is also a running coach and he recently offered one hour of coaching to local golf star Alistair Tresidder, Head Golf Professional at Sherborne Golf Club and now Alistair is looking for the person who will benefit from his free offering: One hour of a professional golfing lesson.
“Helping people makes us feel good and creates positive life exchanges” said Becky Wright who directs New Leaf Life Design. “I believe strongly that we all have something to offer each other. I meet so many incredibly talented people whose life offering could so easily change someone else’s life for the better. I thought I would put this to the test.”
Becky is now inviting people who have a Life Experience skill to come forward and offer the next exchange. The free golf lesson is still up for grabs and if you would like this opportunity you will have to think about what you can offer to someone else in exchange. To take part in this free exchange offer please make contact via https://www.facebook.com/NewLeafLifeDesign
Brett Rogers Running Coach http://www.whyrun.co.uk/ started running when aged 9, running for my county of Somerset. Completed UKA Coaching Award. Runs in local races enjoying a great community feel at events.
Alistair Tresidder is the Head Golf Professional at Sherborne Golf Club. Alistair has taught people of all abilities and ages to play golf for over 15 years with great success. The ethos is to have fun, challenge yourself to improve and learn a new sport in the fresh air outdoors.