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This session has two parts. Should you want to go further, Part II will need to be booked separately after you have completed Part I.  

Artform for Part I & II: Story telling + Improv 

PART I

Duration: 3 hours 

Activities: 1. Values Identifying, Natural Abilities and Passion Discovering Exercise 2.Storytelling

The mystery of human existence lies not in staying alive but in finding something to live for. There is a why behind everything – from your history to your life experiences. The day you find out why you will find something to live for.  This session aims to identify your core, lifelong strengths, values, and passions – pursuits that energise and bring you joy.  Passion and purpose emerge through story-telling. Like the foundation of a house, stories are the base of our sense of self. The stories we tell about ourselves become who we really are –  so they hold the clues to our purpose and our passion.

PART II 

Duration: 3 hours 

Activities: Fictionalization and Imaginative ‘Restoration’ and Passion-to-Impact Planning

Finding your passion is about finding what you love to do, finding your purpose is about finding something you care about changing in the larger world. Your own unique history, experiences and everything that makes you  — yes, you – that story holds the key to your passion and superpower as a human. What if you could take your story – all the things that happened to you and use them to make a bigger impact on the world around you? In this 3-hour workshop, participants are guided to re-story their challenging life experiences and make a positive impact.

Total 6 hours of Workshop Outcome: (a) Finding and Clarifying Passion and Purpose (b) Finding Leadership and Business Purpose and Mission (c) Develop creative thinking (d) Discovering core values, passion and self confidence (e) Be able to express feelings and emotions, which are otherwise difficult to express

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