Willard Wigan, MBE (born June 1957) is a British sculptor from Birmingham, the son of Jamaican immigrants, who sculpts extraordinary microscopic art. The pieces are typically sculpted within the eye of a needle or on the head of a pin.
In July 2007 he was made an MBE and in January Willard Wigan received an honorary doctorate from the University of Warwick in recognition of the significant contributions that he has made to art and sculpture. Ripley’s Believe it Or Not exhibition in LA cite him as their most prized exhibitor. In 2010, the BBC reported that Wigan had sculpted a model of St Bartholomew’s church in Chosen Hill, Gloucester on a grain of sand that he had taken from its churchyard. Wigan explained that, while, working on a grain of sand, he would sometimes use the tremor caused by his own heartbeat as a jackhammer to chisel the tiny work. Last year Channel 4 made a documentary about him. However, his story is also extraordinary and his main aim is to share his own journey secrets in becoming a success. It includes how anyone with the right dream, vision and desire can achieve anything they truly want to realise. Take this opportunity to study the work of this amazing artist. It’s a rare chance to meet this legendary micro artist and learn from a master achiever in life.
Ann Bancroft, Executive & Personal Life Coach
“What prevents us from reaching more of our potential”
I have personally been involved in helping people for over 25 years, both voluntarily and professionally. I have taught at many leadership schools and programmes in America, India, South Africa, Namibia, The Philippines and Eastern Europe.
My ultimate passion is to be able to equip those who can’t afford professional fees in the third world to be empowered to reach more of their full potential. I have previously worked as a partner with my husband in our family business, worked in a hospice and I have had the pleasure of fostering over 50 children in my life. I have been involved in counselling for 20 years and set up my life coaching business in November 2005.
Sam Heritage, Director of H&C Studio
"Screen Time: Your weekly average went up 10% and saved you an hour a week”
How people can use some basic tools to help speed certain processes up and save time.
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“Nobody said it would be easy”
A man that changed the face of policing in Sheffield is promising to bring a sense of order to the local housing market.
Oz Billings enjoyed an illustrious law enforcement career that started way back in 1984 when he joined the local force at Hammerton Road as a constable. He served in a number of uniformed and non-uniformed roles and took part in major operations to reduce violent crime and clamp down on illegal drug activity. He was promoted to sergeant in 1992. Oz Billings spent 21 years with South Yorkshire Police - when he left he was chief inspector of operations in Barnsley and he’d become a leading light in the Black Police Association.
But even though he rose even further through the ranks to become a Superintendent in Merseyside he had another burning passion in his life - property.
Taking Down Barriers
Are you putting barriers up which are mentally limiting your own success? Come along and listen how to break them down.