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You are warmly welcome to join us at the Imagination Club on Wednesday, 14 May 2014 at 18h45 for an interactive, experimental workshop on:

*** IMPORTANT! Please note new venue for this event! ***

Andy Whittle, co-founder of the Brussels Imagination Club

How to Get to
Where You Want to Be

By Andy Whittle

How would you feel if you knew a simple way to get your life on track?

"What?...How?" I hear you say…

"With a few simple steps based around a cunning plan" I reply.

"But I don't like planning…" I hear you say...

I really do hear you, but know that most common objection to this kind of planning is something like, "But I don't like to plan, because I don't know how to get started", or "I don't have time..." Nobody has the time these days, so you have to make time, and it isn't as hard as we often think it is.

This cunning plan is designed to give you a road map for the future, not a strict schedule you have to live by. Life does come along and change things, but it doesn't happen as often as you think.

Andy Warhol put it very well: "They say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself."

Andy Whittle will guide you through a few simple techniques that will set you up and keep you on track throughout the year ahead. It is not another system of resolution settings. It is a plan of action based on what matters to you. (Action is the key word here!)

It could be that you really want to do something new this year and need to make a plan, it could be that you simply want to track your thoughts and have some sort of system in place to help you keep on track, whatever the reason, this workshop is for you.

All you need is a pen, a Moleskin book (or notebook) and some time.

(A spreadsheet for a full audit would enable you to set goals, makes notes on the steps you need to take and keep a track of where you are and adjust accordingly, it's your plan and you can change anything you want at any time. I can give you an example spreadsheet via e-mail or copy to your phone/tablet/memory stick)

To do a proper review you need a few days (or a week) to come up with a thorough plan. This workshop will give you the tools and ideas necessary to achieve this.

About Andy

Andy Whittle is an IT consultant and trainer who has worked with organisations such as Glaxo Klein Smith, Toyota, The European Commission, the Belgian government and others. He is also the co-founder of the Brussels Imagination Club where he runs regular workshops on all aspects of personal and professional self-improvement.




14 May 2014
Time:18h45 to 20h30


New Venue

Café Gudule
Rue du Gentilhomme 11
1000 Brussels

See map below or here...

How much?

A contribution of €12 to cover expenses including materials, drinks, snacks, etc.

Where's the web page?



Please reply to your invitation e-mail or follow this link to sign up for for this workshop.

  1. Jeffrey Baumgartner
  2. Andy Whittle
  3. Wendy Deyell
  4. Carolyn Dare
  5. Ingrid Kreksch
  6. Astrid Brommelstroet
  7. Robert Suzic
  8. Karen Renoult
  9. Anke Seidler
  10. Marie-Laurence Lambert
  11. Carla Thomas
  12. Luisa Mannu
  13. Yannick Bollati
  14. Fabienne Vloeberghen
  15. Peter Whippy
  16. Eva Kiss
  17. Marilys Corbex
  18. Valentina Caimi
  19. Leon Luithlen
  20. Erhun Alptekin
  21. Marc Bacon *
  22. Frank Barendregt *
  23. Sarka van Berg *
  24. Dominique Debroux *
  25. Carmen Oprea *
  26. Phil Dean *
  27. Stephanie Bonin *

  28. Nathalie Villanueva Fernandez **
  29. Khurram Waqas Malik **
  30. Beverley Sinton **
  31. Filip Roeckens **
  32. Zlatimira Smile **
  33. Tania Postil **

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** indicates 'maybe coming' on Facebook -- which in practice means they probably won't come. But we appreciate their enthusiasm for the event.

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