Serious about success? Discover a new way of thinking

Monday 13-11-2017 - 13:06


NTSU is offering students the opportunity to take part in a unique one-day Grit Training program which will help you change the way you think for the better.


Don’t worry, it’s not as scary as it sounds. Your mindset has a huge impact on how you approach everything from work to relationships and our Grit Training sessions are designed to help you improve it.  


Run by a highly respected external training company, and endorsed by internationally recognized businesses, the Grit Training Team have more than 25 years of experience helping young people to make life-changing breakthroughs, so you’re in safe hands.


Challenging your expectations and taking responsibility for your actions are just some of what the sessions will focus on and you will come away with the tools you need to recognise the limitations of your mindset and how to overcome them.


This is not your standard, PowerPoint presentation training session either – it’s intense, it’s interactive and it’s changed the lives of people all over the world. More than 95% of previous participants reporting increased motivation, more self-confidence and stronger relationships.


If you are interested in optimizing your academic performance, developing a mindset for success, or would like to take more control over any aspect of your life, don’t miss your chance to take part in this potentially life-changing workshop.


Usually, a place on these one day intensive sessions would cost £300, but NTSU are offering this to our members for free! This really is a once in a lifetime personal development opportunity and we’re excited to be offering you the opportunity to get involved. Click here to sign up.


Grit Training session details:


Monday 27th November 2017

9am – 4:45pm

The Belgrave Rooms (opposite the Newton Building)

25 Goldsmith St,

Nottingham NG1 5LB


Refreshments will be provided on the day.


Spaces are limited, so sign up today to secure your place.


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