The Change Stirrers’ Club

"The workshop helped me to discover achievable solutions and put them into practice. I left feeling motivated and positive and I would recommend The Change Stirrers' Club to anybody with a small business." Suzannah Key, Suzannah Key Jewellery

What happens?

The Change Stirrers’ Club meets once a month at Open House Deli where, over breakfast, we focus on different business topics such as strategy, work/life integration, attracting clients and leadership.

We do this because we want these businesses to succeed. Because when they win, the world becomes a better place.

We believe that through surrounding ourselves with like minded people, creating a powerful support network and accessing powerful business/personal coaching, we can create powerful businesses that do good and feel good.

This is a fun, action-orientated and supportive group that has an open door policy to anyone who feels that they match the description.

There is no subscription and you are welcome to attend as frequently as suits you.

"I would 100% recommend others to join The Change Stirrers' Club. I left feeling refreshed and happy, and I'm going to plan in more moments to reflect from now on." Shaun Brogan, Begreen Cleaning

Join us

The Change Stirrers’ Club is for entrepreneurs, social enterprises, startup founders, small business owners and freelancers who want to use their business to make the world a better place.

It is designed to bring transformational business coaching to those who want their business to be a force for good.

We welcome anyone who feels that this is them, whether they’re trading ethically or sustainably, putting people at the heart of their business, t trying to tackle societal or environmental challenges, or are supporting their local community.

"I found it really valuable to network, have support and be provided with coaching tools. At the end I felt energised and driven! The session will help me to be more focussed when working on my business and to create manageable step to my goals. Thank you!" Lara Calus, Free.The Brand

Our next event

What: Procrastination: breaking the habit

The average person spends 11 hours per week procrastinating. That’s 24 days per year. That’s 5 years over the average lifetime.

Even though we’re really committed to our businesses, we all find ourselves putting important things off. Why do we do this?

Becuase procrastination is a habit. BUT… the good news is that like any habit, it can be broken.

If you’re at the point where you need to make a change and kick the habit for good, then this is for you.

When: Thursday 2nd April, 08.00AM- 09.00AM

Where: We’ve currently moved our meetings online! The webinar link will be posted in The Change Stirrers’ FB group.

Tickets: Free! Simply join the group and get the link.