Brian Mayne's Goal Mapping logoMy annual Goal Mapping workshop for individuals and families is the perfect way to get set for the year ahead. Over the past few years, hundreds of people of all ages and from all walks of life have came along. It’s an amazing experience for all involved, and has helped adults, teenagers and children Goal Map their greatest dreams.

About the Family Goal Mapping Event

Saturday 18 January 2020, The Beriot Room, Park Inn Hotel, Heathrow, UB7 ODU

Join me and a great group of like-minded people – with your family, with friends or as an individual – at this special event and make 2020 the year you live your dream. We’ll be running workshops in adjoining rooms, teaching the children’s version of Goal Mapping to kids age 9–12 in one room, and the full Goal Mapping Success Workshop to adults and teenagers in the other.


• CHILDREN AGED 13–16 £25 + VAT


Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult who is taking part in the main workshop. Please print off your receipt as proof of purchase and bring with you on the day.  The workshop starts at 9.30am and finishes at 5.30pm. Parking is available on a first-come basis – please register your car with reception on arrival.

About Goal Mapping

Goal Mapping is a simple system for achieving sustainable success. It is a fun yet powerful way to help you or members of your family to make their dreams for 2020 become a reality. It can help you:

  • Excel in exams
  • Gain financial freedom
  • Find and live your life purpose
  • Propel your career onward and upward
  • Improve your health and wellbeing

For more insight, watch the videos and hear people’s views for yourself!

Discover what other people have achieved with the help of Goal Mapping.

Watch these videos to see people’s thoughts and feelings about Brian and his work.

“Goal Mapping brought my life into focus in such a meaningful way. At times of great change we all need a clear direction, and Goal Mapping provides just that.” Gill Fielding, one of Channel 4’s ‘Secret Millionaires’