Ella’s Kitchen founder Paul Lindley launched his debut book today: Little Wins: The Huge Power of Thinking like a Toddler.
Little Wins outlines how we can unlock our potential not by learning new skills, but by rediscovering old ones – the mindset we all once had as toddlers.
More than 120 business leaders gathered at Wayra in central London to celebrate the launch. Attendees included former South African president F.W. de Klerk; One Young World co-founder Kate Robertson and founder of Confused.com Sara Murray.
At the event, guests were encouraged to embark on their journey to “grow down” – led by David Pallash, Social Responsibility lead at LEGO. In a short video played to guests, which can be viewed below, Paul revealed the inspirational ‘advisers’ behind the book.
Seven Hills has worked with Paul and the Ella’s Kitchen team for the past five years and has played a central role in the Little Wins journey, from inception to publication. Seven Hills assisted in pitching the idea to Penguin, providing editorial support, and driving the media campaign behind the launch.
Little Wins has received top-tier media attention, including reviews in the Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, British Airways Business Life magazine, Sunday Express and from BBC Radio 2.