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People within the organisation have commented on how helpful they have found the advice in the bite sized books They make some great points with the main take away being the importance of having a positive and optimistic outlook on life.
Liggy Webb has written a powerful book that shows you how to enjoy becoming a better person.
Liggy’s book Resilience is a truly motivational read!
Liggy Webb’s resilience masterclass was undoubtedly one of the very best presentations to SIBL members in the past decade. It offers a series of insightful and practical ‘gems’ that really work in helping everyone to win through whatever challenges they are facing in their business and personal lives.
Liggy Webb’s ‘Resilience’ is yet another very great work by the author. I appreciate Liggy Webb’s style of writing in that she avoids any unnecessary technical language. She conveys with clear words and examples the concept of resilience. With regards to my field of work (peacekeeping and humanitarian mine action) , I find ‘Resilience’ to be highly relevant.
Liggy gave an excellent motivational talk to our staff and we are now putting into practice some of her suggestions for improving our health and well being and in turn the benefits this will bring to our organisation.We can thoroughly recommend Liggy to inspire your staff to make changes which will both benefit the individual and the company alike.
In a fast paced world, Liggy’s bite sized books are perfect for quickly digesting invaluable information.
It’s amazing reading Liggy Webb’s book Resilience. It helps you refocus your efforts and shows what it takes at times of strife and acute anxiety to push on through
These books are a lesson to all in how to deliver simple, effective and life changing lifestyle messages in a time of increasing complexity and media confusion. A must read for those who want to lead a healthier and more productive life.
If books were like coffee, then most would be a large cappuccino; oversized, with foam, sprinkles and syrup – good to look at but difficult to digest. On the other hand, Liggy’s books are like an espresso; perfectly short and balanced while at the same time delivering outstanding content and experience.