News May 2016

Tenacity and Direction

Over the last few weeks we got asked by many of you about updates regarding the Dance Theatre Production ‘Mundu’. Quite rightfully so, as there has been a lot of activity behind the scenes, but not a lot for you to be seen upfront.

It still is a work in progress, and our artistic, music and dance team is constantly and consistently working on bringing the final result onto stage. As this might take longer than anticipated we have decided to focus on bringing the equally eager awaited Workshops to you. Last month we successfully launched the new Workshop series in Australia, entitled: ‘Unpacking People – Strategic Tenacity, Sustained Direction And… The Power of the Ancient Code’. This is the product of more than 25 years of studying and researching people, history, connections, patterns – and solutions. It combines knowledge that comes from an ancient culture, connecting the past with your present, uncovering and presenting you with a strength that has been within you – without you realising.

Many years ago I had the privilege of spending weeks with an Aborigine Elder, teaching me the secrets of his generations, introducing me to his tribe, leading me inside his culture, pointing out details, elements and signs that impacted the direction of my future in a massive way I could have neither foreseen, nor expected. The insight and knowledge I gained during this time was crucial to the content for the Workshop, where you can benefit from this knowledge and apply it to stabilise your decision-making insecurities and make decisions for your business and personal life with confidence. It stays true to what I stand for – Tenacity and Direction – and in addition also gives you the Power of the Ancient Code.

Check out the website for more information (www.unpackingpeople.com) and stay tuned for what’s coming next.

‘I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.’ (Jimmy Dean, Actor and Businessman, 1928 – 2010)

Barbara
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