You are warmly welcome to join us at
the Imagination Club on Wednesday, 23 February at 18h45 for an interactive,
experimental workshop on:
Audit Your Life
a Work/Life Balance Workshop
By Andy Whittle
We all strive to find that perfect Work/Life balance.
But as we also know it’s not that easy. Nevertheless, it can be
done! “How?”, you ask. Well, pull up a chair and lets have
a little chat. Finding that balance is about thinking differently, looking
in-depth at how you live now and trying to find a different or alternative
way to do things. This requires a little bit of creativity...
Therefore, Andy has decided to create this workshop, specifically to
help you do a quick audit of your current way of life, to enable you
to move forward and maybe do things slightly differently, therefore
creating a more balanced life, the way you wish to live it.
This workshop is intended to inspire you, spark ideas (also between
us) and give you food for thought on how you do everyday things, why
you do them and how you can do some of them better, faster and stop
doing the things that you really don’t need to do. Leaving you
more time to do extra things, or simply have time to sit and think sometimes.
Wouldn’t that be nice.
This workshop will be run by Imagination Club co-manager
(the nice one), Andy Whittle.
A special thanks to UBI
for donating classroom space for us!
|Wednesday, 23 February 2011
Time:18.45 to 20.30
1000 Brussels, Belgium
Between Troone and Naamsepoort metros
(see below or follow link)
|A donation of €10 to cover expenses including materials,
drinks, snacks, etc.
Please reply to your invitation e-mail or follow
this link to sign up for for this workshop.
- Andy Whittle
- Jeffrey Baumgartner
- The Mormon Tabernacle Choir
- Annette Monreal
- Ingrid Kreksch
- Stavros Karafillakis
- Brandon Mitchener
- Fiona McGinnis
- Gunnel Klingberg
- Julia Stewart-David
- Adrian Dobre
- Tony Zamparutti
- Elisia Blake
- Erhun Alptekin
- Amine Othmane *
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