Win a super day with Anne Naylor
Saturday 15 January 1994
If you would like to buy a copy of Superlife, just send your name, address and if possible a daytime telephone number, with a cheque for pounds 4.99 - payable to Thorsons Mail Order - to Superlife, The Independent, 40 City Road, London EC1Y 2DB. Postage and packing are free. Allow 28 days for delivery.
Everyone who buys a book is eligible to enter the competition, in which 12 winners will spend a day with Anne Naylor at the luxury Hyatt Carlton Tower hotel in London. The event, on Thursday 3 February, will feature a seminar with Anne about her personal growth programme and also includes morning coffee, a superb lunch, and afternoon tea.
Anne says she will use the session to help people understand how Superlife can be used as a resource, to explore what success means to them, to discuss her ideas and answer questions. The group will also do some of the exercises from the book.
To enter, all you have to do is write to tell us, in no more than 20 words, what a Superlife means to you. Enclose your entry with your order for the book. Closing date: Monday 24 January.
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