- This event has passed.
March 21 - March 22€165
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Do you often beat yourself up about not being good enough, smart enough, pretty enough, not-you-fill-in-the-blanks enough? Is your perfectionism getting in the way of enjoying life fully? Do you struggle to get out of bed in the morning, facing a day that has nothing to do with who you are?
So many of us have lost touch with our sense of self and our intrinsic worth. This often leads to living a life that is not really ours.
And this tragic, because every single person carries within them a spark, a special light as well as talents and passions that, when fully expressed, unleash extraordinary levels of energy and joy and a sense of purpose. To be honest, I struggle with these themes myself, but I have gained some insights (and made some inroads), which I’d like to explore with you.
My invitation is therefore to go on a “Safari” with me to see how we can accept ourselves better, and in so doing,
- build our level of confidence
- accept ourselves better
- set better boundaries
- have more energy and joy
- even have greater clarity on who we are and what we want to do with our lives.
The workshop will be jam-packed with interactive moments and exercises that you can repeat at home and with friends. The goal is to keep it light and fun while really getting to the essence of who we are.
For the price of a 1 ½ hr coaching session, give yourself the gift of a journey of 1 ½ days!
Saturday from 10 am – 5.30 pm
Sunday from 10 am – 1:30 pm
Snacks and drinks provided. But please bring your own lunch on Saturday.
Rue Volta 8, 1050 Ixelles (close to Cimitière d’Ixelles), bus 95 toward Wiener, stop Relais
ABOUT ANITA SHEEHAN
Anita has a diverse professional and international background, working both in international institutions and local companies.
Anita’s mission is to make people and organisations aware of their own strengths, talents and passions and to leverage these to live the life they really want and to help organisations flourish. To connect the dots, she encourages individuals and organisations to engage in a process that invites 1) focus on their strengths, values, beliefs and purpose, 2) appreciate and embrace their own uniqueness, 3) practice self-care to 4) bring out the best in themselves and optimally contribute to society.
Using appreciative and collaborative approaches, Anita has been helping teams and individuals to stimulate conversations and develop strategies that lead to greater cohesion, goodwill, creativity and productivity at work. Even more importantly, transferring positive and constructive attitudes to the private sphere can also create happier families and communities. Because, as we all know, what we pay attention to grows!