What do you do when your mind is beating you up for not being successful enough? What do you tell yourself? And, then…
If you are like me, the downward spiral is steep, and leads to dark places. But let's not despair just yet.
Consider, «What can get us going and keep us going, even when we are tired, miserable, anxious, bored, frustrated, fearful or „not in the mood“? What can motivate us to step out of our comfort zone into challenging situations that are guaranteed to bring up fear and anxiety?»
You guessed it: our values!
By attending this workshop you will discover:
1. The default operating system we have adopted
2. Devise a new one
3. Discover the difference between goals & values
4. Discover the top six values you want to live and work by
5. Create your sustainable action plan
6. Get set to be successful right here, right now
Self-saboteurs of all levels are welcomed.
Contribution to cover space rental:
CHF10, Members; CHF 30, Non-members.
We hope to see you there!
This workshop will be delivered by Biliana Vassileva, Self-Saboteur-in-chief & Impact Hub Geneva member.
Biliana is an executive and organizational coach, passionate about aligning the 5Ps, which matter most – people, processes, peace, planet, and prosperity.
She started her career 20 years ago doing qualitative research to design interventions in the health sector. Later, she worked on women’s empowerment and education. While living in South-East Asia, Biliana curated more than 50 conferences on Lao and Thai history, culture, and current affairs. Recently, she co-designed and co-led the Co-Creation Factory for the Geneva Global Goals Innovation Day (G3iD).
At present she: 1) coaches multidisciplinary teams to find innovative solutions to persisting social problems; 2) supports the Impact Hub Geneva Association; 3) co-leads the co-creation process of replicating the G3iD in Ghana; and 4) coaches social startups.
For more info bilianavassileva.com
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