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Win a mentoring session with Fabian Dattner

One World Atlast is giving one very lucky person the chance to win a one-hour mentoring session with well-known coach Fabian Dattner. Plus a signed copy of One World Atlast – a coaching journey written by Fabian Dattner.

How to enter:

Enter via the Rafflecopter widget below.

In order to have a valid entry you will need to “LIKE” the Facebook page of Dattner Grant. One “LIKE” will give you one point.

You will also need to comment on the blog, in the comments below, answering the question: What do you think the hardest thing about change is? This will give you another point.

You need these two points to enter.

You can earn EXTRA points (entries) by:

– Sharing the giveaway on Facebook. Simply CLICK HERE and type “I entered to win a mentoring session with amazing coach Fabian Dattner, worth $1 600”

- Tweeting about the giveaway or follow Fabian Dattner on Twitter.

Competition ends 20 December 2013 at 11.59pm AEST. Read the Terms & Conditions below.

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Good luck!

1. Entrants must already be a liker or become a liker of the Dattner Grant Facebook page.
2. Entrants must also leave a comment on this blog post.
3. Entrants can earn additional entries by liking Fabian Dattner’s Twitter account, sharing on Facebook and Twitter.
4. Entry is open to Australian residents, aged 18 years and over.
5. Giveaway commences on 2 December 2013 and concludes at 11.59pm December 20 2013.
6. The winner will be notified by email. Any prize not claimed by December 23 2013 will be redrawn.
7. This Promotion is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.

6 comments

  1. Louisa

    I saw Fabian Dattner speak at the recent TEDxSouthBankWomen event and I know this prize is worth GOLD!

    December 11, 2013 at 1:34 am Reply

  2. Caroline Dickenson

    I think the hardest thing about change is very simply…..excepting it. We all know the need for change in our lives is important and is an ongoing journey that we do alone, with our family, with our friends and with our businesses. Some change is easy, desired, made through choice and through a desire to improve our lives, our situations etc. But some change is thrust upon us, made without our desire for it. Even though sometimes we can see it is “all for the best”, it doesn’t mean we can take it on board, or move forward from it, as quickly as we should. Change – any change – requires flexibility, adaptability, and acceptance.

    December 17, 2013 at 2:38 am Reply

    • administrator

      You’re absolutely right Caroline – thanks for your insights. Those three words: flexibility, adaptability and acceptance are certainly key.

      December 19, 2013 at 10:26 pm Reply

  3. Peter Jackowski

    I’ve heard Fabian on ABC radio and had the pleasure of meeting her, an inspiration. A very different voice to what we hear from the mainstream.

    That hardest thing about change is accepting that you will move far outside your comfort zone and re-define your own boundaries.

    December 19, 2013 at 4:56 am Reply

    • administrator

      Thanks Peter – we think Fabian is pretty inspirational! I think moving outside your comfort zone is uncomfortable for a lot of us, but like you say, essential for any change to occur.

      December 19, 2013 at 10:27 pm Reply

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