Book Signing with Simon T. Bailey

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“Each of us is like a diamond, and each of us has the potential to be brilliant.”
– Simon T. Bailey

Simon is one of my favorite motivational speakers! His message is both powerful and sincere. His goal is to help others discover the precious gifts and talents they possess and guide them toward transforming their life. Simon is also well known for coaching business owners and partnering with organizations to acheive measurable results in the areas of leadership and service.

Simon recently authored “Release Your Brilliance” which essentially presents a road map for the journey to transformation. I have been reading this book for a few weeks now and highly recommend it. I have found that reading a few chapters at a time helps me digest the information slowly, and I’m really enjoying the interesting analogies, uplifting stories and interactive exercises.

I am excited to share the news that Simon will be at the Barnes & Noble at 2418 East Colonial Drive in Orlando on Saturday, January 17 to discuss and personally autograph his book. If you are able to attend the the presentation and book signing from 2 pm – 4 pm, I guarantee you will enjoy it!

For additional information on this event, please contact Melissa Spencer – Brilliance Institute, Inc. – 407-826-0000. Please visit Simon T. Bailey’s website to learn more about Simon, and to subscribe to Brilliant Carats, a free Ezine.

About The Author

Elisa

Planner | Designer | Speaker I've been planning for as long as I can remember! When I was younger, I planned birthday parties for my siblings and surprise anniversary parties for my parents. I spent many years in the Hospitality industry and also studied Interior Design. I couldn’t have guessed that my creative and organizational talents would lead me to a career in event planning...seriously! "To love what you do and feel that it matters - how could anything be more fun?" - Katherine Graham

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