Our Founder visits Nobel School with Uniqueness Charity
The charity Uniqueness, set up to inspire entrepreneurs which was established thirteen years ago to motivate Stevenage state school students and latterly young and prolific offenders visited Nobel School, Stevenage on Wednesday 24th February 2016 and presented to 240 of their year 10 students.
Our Founder, Rob Stewart, local award winning entrepreneur shared his life story giving examples of formulas for success including mentioning Winston Churchill’s quote "Until you commit your goals to paper your intentions are like seed without soil"
Head of Year 10, Ryan Spence quoted the students Naomi Wilkinson who said 'It was amazing. Even if you fail at something, he showed us that you can be successful" and fellow Nobel student, Max Dawson said "He had a plan and taught me that I need to have a plan". Nick Murray one of the three prize winners at the end of the presentation thought "It was inspirational". He is pictured with two other winners, Lauren Griffin & Gally Brown holding their cash prizes for what they had learned in the presentation and the fantastic book, 1001 Ways To Take Initiative At Work written by Dr Bob Nelson.
Through Uniqueness, Rob Stewart has now presented to over 6,000 students and is looking forward to once again visiting other Stevenage secondary schools in the coming months.