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Jamie Smart

Jamie Smart

Jamie is an internationally renowned author, speaker, coach and consultant. He shows individuals and organisations the unexpected keys to clarity; the ultimate leverage point for having a clear mind, more time, high performance and meaningful results.

In 2003, Jamie started the company Salad, quickly growing a tribe of over 80,000 people who devoured his articles and personal development products. Salad soon became the world’s leading NLP product business, and he was acknowledged by his peers as one of the world’s finest trainers. Then in 2008, Jamie shifted his focus to a new paradigm, Innate Thinking. He stopped teaching NLP, and in 2012 sold Salad. Prior to starting his own business Jamie led multi-million-pound organisational change programmes and was also brought in as a troubleshooter to rescue struggling projects.

He is passionate about helping individuals and businesses to unleash their potential and create the results that matter to them. In addition to working with a handful of coaching clients and leading selected corporate programmes, Jamie runs professional development workshops for business leaders, trainers, coaches and consultants. He has appeared on Sky TV and on the BBC, as well as in numerous publications including The Times and The Daily Telegraph. His corporate clients include The Guardian newspaper, Dun & Bradstreet and Payzone. Jamie is a gifted speaker, equally engaging in front of large audiences and more intimate groups.

Jamie is the author of the international number 1 bestselling book, Clarity: Clear Mind, Better Performance, Bigger Results.

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Entertaining and engaging, while dealing with current business issues and creating new, immediately applicable skills.

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  • Price Range:

    £2,000 - £5,000

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Business, Motivation, Workshop

  • Topics:

    Coaching, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Resilience, Strategy

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