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Book now for Stylist’s Life Lessons featuring Nadiya Hussain, Sophie Walker and Kathryn Parsons

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Join three inspirational women on Tuesday 28 June as they share their most important life advice

It’s already halfway through 2016 (how did that happen?) and if there’s anything that will propel you to achieve your personal and professional goals by the end of the year, it’s a hefty dose of tried-and-tested life advice from successful women you admire.

Which is why we’d love you to join us at the end of this month at Stylist Life Lessons, our inspiring event series where three women take to the stage to share the single most important lesson they’ve learned in life that every woman should know, as well as the experiences behind it.

On the evening of Tuesday 28 June, Nadiya Hussain, winner of last year’s Great British Bake Off who releases her debut cookbook Nadiya’s Kitchen (£20, Michael Joseph) later this month, will stress the utmost importance of having confidence in yourself. Sophie Walker, leader of the Women’s Equality Party, will reveal the personal lessons she learnt during her recent journey as a London mayoral candidate. And Kathryn Parsons, co-founder and CEO of Decoded, the technology company which pioneered the concept of learning to code in a day when it launched in 2011, will give her advice on having the courage to admit you don’t know.

Nadiya, Sophie and Kathryn will each have 15 minutes to reveal their most valuable piece of life advice, before opening up the floor for your questions. Tickets are limited so book today to enjoy first-hand wisdom from an incredible group of women. 


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Book now

Spaces are limited so book today to guarantee your place

The details

Date: Tuesday 28 June Time: 7pm-9pm
Venue: Ham Yard Hotel, 1 Ham Yard, London W1D
Price: £45, includes glass of wine, canapes and goodie bag
Visit: stylistlifelessons.eventbrite.co.uk

The agenda

Arrive at 7pm for a glass of wine before Nadiya, Sophie and Kathryn share their life lessons, followed by an audience Q&A session. 

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