Release your Brilliance

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Simon T. Bailey.jpgLearn how to make your destiny a reality when author and motivational speaker Simon T. Bailey reveals his tips to Release Your Brilliance on Monday, March 14 at 7 p.m. in the Cole Auditorium at Greenwich Library. Bailey, voted best key note speaker by the readers of Meetings and Conventions magazine, will show the audience how to transform their hidden brilliance into passion and purpose.

Release Your Brilliance provides the combination to the vault where your brilliance is kept. After struggling for 32 years with disillusion, defeat, and despair, author Simon T. Bailey cracked the code to personal transformation, turning his life around and becoming a highly successful entrepreneur, respected family man and community leader. Using the metaphor that we're all diamonds in the rough, Bailey shares the four key steps to reawaken your genius, reignite your internal light, and release your potential.

Since leaving the Walt Disney Company and discovering his vocation eight years ago, Bailey has worked with 300 of the Fortune 1,000 and written six books, one of which, Release Your Brilliance, was voted No. 17 of the top 100 books being read by corporate America. A repeat speaker at Microsoft, Dell, Society of Human Resource Management and the University of Phoenix, Simon is also the founder of Brilliance Institute, Inc., a consulting and educational think tank. He also writes for Prestige Magazine, London UK and Destiny Magazine, South Africa. Simon's seventh book will be published in 2011.

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