Caroline Powell - Founder and Facilitator

After a successful career in business, Caroline founded A Slice of Happiness in November 2017, volunteering with those affected by Homelessness. She has now completed several programmes in Watford, spoke at the 2019 London Homelessness Conference, 2020 Three Principles Conference, and was invited to Buckingham Palace in recognition for her work.


Caroline has experienced homelessness herself and is blown away at how this understanding has transformed her life. So much so that she has given up a 28 year career to be of service to those in the community using this simple yet powerful understanding.


Throughout COVID19, she has also established partnerships with Coventry University Research Centre and the NHS. You can learn more about Caroline by visiting her private site at


Liliana Belini - Lead Facilitator

Liliana worked for many years in the field of complementary medicine helping her clients to regain and maintain their health in a natural and gentle way.


Since 2015 Liliana’s professional life has been dedicated to teaching the understanding of The Three Principles.

She has worked with all kinds of people, from prisoners to CEOs and housewives, as well as teenagers on the edge of crime and individuals affected by homelessness, addiction and mental health issues.


She is co- funder and co-director of The Big Simple, a new social enterprise committed to helping young adults, especially care-leavers discovering their innate potential to create successful and happy lives.


Liliana brings kindness and love to all her work, and the absolute certainty that beyond labels, circumstances and past events, everyone has everything within to experience life with peace of mind and contentment.


Susan Marmot - Facilitator

Susan works with people from a wide variety of sectors. She is the co founder and co director of a brand new social enterprise called The Big Simple (CIC) which aims to work with young disadvantaged adults, especially those exiting the care system, and show them what is possible when we understand how the mind works.


She has spent the last 5 years working at Beyond Recovery (CIC), helping people in prison discover who they are and who they can be when they are not caught up in their usual thinking. For the last 5 years she has been on the faculty of the One Thought Foundation’s programme and has trained many practitioners working in the field today. She co-facilitates a programme called Relationship Ready where, after her own love life turned around so dramatically, she loves helping people to find and sustain loving relationships. She also works with private clients and has helped many people who have been struggling to find mental health.


She loves what she does and is grateful for the freedom of mind she has discovered for herself and is passionate about sharing what has changed her life so much and made it easier


Brandon Block - Ambassador

In 1996, his party lifestyle took its toll and given just weeks to live, he entered a detox facility, at this point he started an incredible journey of self-discovery.

In 2010he joined Drug and Alcohol charity, Blenheim CDP as a volunteer before taking on an extremely difficult job as a project worker for the NHS, working with people who have multiple complex needs.

He is Currently working for the Hepatitis C Trust as a peer Support Lead and promotes mass testing events. Their mission with support from the NHS and W.H.O is to eliminate the disease by 2030 it’s a peer lead service recruiting Peer volunteers with lived experience of Hep C to carry the message on. 

He is a qualified Life Coach, City & Guilds in Health and Social Care Level 3, Mental Health First Aider, SMART Recovery Trainer, Stress Management Trainer and a Goal Mapping Practitioner, has launched his ‘Happy Days for Everyone’ Charity, focused on making subtle changes to beliefs, behaviours and incorrect thinking creating happiness on a daily basis. 

He is one half of the ‘Tuned Out’ team, a new support group on-line supporting Mental health through lock down, they also run well-being areas at festivals under the Banner Tent Talks…