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28 October 2019 at 8:30 am
Clare Desira
How can a jar and post-its help you shake addictions, get healthier and even get a new job? Clare Desira explains in her latest video.


Clare Desira | 28 October 2019 at 8:30 am


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Kick a habit
28 October 2019 at 8:30 am

How can a jar and post-its help you shake addictions, get healthier and even get a new job? Clare Desira explains in her latest video.

Join Desira for our fortnightly videos on how the brain works and tools to tackle common mindset blockers. 

Desira heads up the Top Five Movement, a training organisation which supports changemakers and leaders in generous careers to have a bigger impact through a stronger mindset. 

To read about how Top Five Movement has supported hundreds of organisations, head over here or grab your copy of the daily To Feel list template here.


Clare Desira  |  @ProBonoNews

Clare Desira is head mindset coach and founder of the Top Five Movement.

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