At Hoffman, we're serious about change, and w e appreciate that taking risks requires courage, determination and resilience. Hoffman gives you the tools to get out there and carve a new path to a better future.  
Featured this month:
  • 'It's Never Too Late' an inspirational article by author Betty Hughes
  • 'You Can Change Your Life' - the book on the Hoffman Process - revised and reissued!
  • Upcoming dates and events
  • Challenge yourself with the monthly Top Tip!
With love from The Hoffman Team

It's Never Too Late 

Tim and Betty
Hoffman UK Founder Tim Laurence congratulating Betty Hughes at her book launch
Whenever someone asks if they're 'too old to change' Betty's bright blue eyes and radiant smile come to mind.

Betty did the Process in 1998 and twelve years later, at the age of 90, she published her first book Talking to My Selves; A Journey into Awareness. The book describes a life full of tenacity, suffering and ultimately, the triumph of the human spirit. Winning five star reviews on Amazon, it will strike a chord with others who have struggled with the legacy of a difficult childhood. 
'I did the Process when I was 78 and I'm now 95! I chose to do the Process at a stage in my life when I'd worked with many therapists and experimented with many different personal growth models...'

You can change your life by Tim Laurence
First released in 2003, translated into several languages and having sold thousands of copies worldwide, 'You Can Change Your Life' is essential reading for anyone with an interest in the Hoffman Process.
When Tim Laurence first wrote 'You Can Change Your Life' in 2003, the Process was relatively new to the UK. Twelve years later, the principles have remained the same, but the world has finally caught up with us! 
This revised edition, launched to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Hoffman UK, has added va-va-voom... It contains more moving personal stories, updated research and explains more about the scientific background to the Hoffman tools and techniques that continue to be so relevant today.  

New to Hoffman..?

Information Phone-In:  
Tuesday November 10 
Join our free monthly Conference calls to find out whether the Process is right for you. Tuesdays 7.30-8.30pm.  These calls are led by a member of the Hoffman team and often include previous course participants who can help answer your questions. You can call from anywhere in the world with a local call charge.
Information EveningsInformation Evening:
Tue Nov 17 (London)
This event provides the opportunity to meet Hoffman teachers and Process participants, ask questions, hear people's experiences and decide if the Process is right for you. 7.30pm-9.30pm. Regent's University, London NW1 4NS 
The event is free and there's no need to book.

Introduction Day:
Saturday 16 January 2016
Led by members of the Hoffman teaching team, this 'stand alone' workshop is for people curious to learn about the Hoffman Process and what to expect from this week-long residential course. The day is experiential and you will hear about the origins of the Hoffman Process and learn several Hoffman techniques. The day costs £85, which is deducted from the Process fee on registration. Booking is essential as places are limited. There is no charge for Hoffman graduates attending with family or friends.  

For any questions about the Hoffman process, call 01903 889990 or  email us 

Next Process Dates

Life is not set in stone November 7-13 Florence House, E. Sussex  FULL*
November 21-27Florence House, E. Sussex  FULL*  
December 5-11Florence House, E. Sussex
January 9-16Florence House, E. Sussex 
January 30-Feb 5Dunford House, W. Sussex  
To book online, or for further dates, click here
(*FULL = Wait list in operation, call the office for updates.)  

To read articles about the Hoffman Process, click here
To order a Hoffman magazine, click here

For any questions about the Hoffman Process, call 01903 88 99 90 or email us

Hoffman Monthly Top Tip

Boy launching from a cannon
What's holding you back..?

The concept of fortitude can be defined as 'mental and emotional resilience in facing difficulty, adversity or danger.' 

Taking unconventional paths requires taking risks for greater reward (financial or otherwise). It takes courage to act differently. Fearless people tend not to dwell on things, but are decisive. Fearless people work with what they have and turn obstacles into opportunities.  Instead of setbacks, they try to see these events as gifts and find ways to utilise them to move forward.   Launch yourself this month without fear...

Until Next Month...
It_s never too late to be who you might have been
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