In June 2019, I celebrated 25 years in my facilitation business. Yippee!! Over the past eight months, I have reflected on those years: what I learned, what I gained, what I contributed, what I believed, and how I acted then
I often use images and pictures to open and close meetings and workshops that I facilitate. Images can give individuals a way to express their emotions, to think from a different perspective, and to offer opinions in a non-threatening way.
I started with one design; switched “on the spot” to another! Recently, I facilitated a two-hour meeting with a board of directors. We met to continue a strategic planning process started a month earlier. In the first session, we had
What do my facilitation business, the Ikigai concept and the Wellness Incorporated book have in common?
Do what you love, do what you are good at, do what the world needs, and do what you can be paid for. These four statements are based on ikigai, a Japanese concept meaning “a reason for being”. For 25