Imagination Club Workshop “Overcoming Inertia”

Facilitated by: Bess Stonehouse

Deal with Inertia! Explore physics and find new mechanisms for a happier, more on-time and less cluttered life.

Inertia, pile-ups, putting stuff off… Sound like last year’s issues? They were! Funny that some of those items are still on your to-do list. Ok, not everything can be processed from idea to completion in one go, yet some of us have an uncanny skill at prolonging the process, the paralysis, and the punishment through procrastination. In this session you’ll have the opportunity to share ideas about how procrastination can be conquered and the New Year can be lighter and clutter free.

About Bess
Bess has embraced her “Inner Swiss Army Knife”. After careers in fashion, live performance and farming, she is focussed on the red thread that permits convergence of all these different professional paths: creativity and human dynamics. Bess is a business consultant and OD Professional, moderating collective conversations for emergent ideas, analysing complex environments and exploring opportunities for improvement, engagement and creative breakthroughs. Her experience in process design and problem solving has nourished enterprise shifts in organisations ranging from aéronautics to hospitals, manufacturing and services, public institutions, European design councils, and youth education.

Wednesday 13th January 2016
18:-40 – 20:30

More Details:

Timesmore (Same location as VIP offices)
Boulevard St Michel 47, 1040 Brussels

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Imagination Club Workshop: “When It Hits the Fan”

Facilitated by: Jeroen Walravens

Doesn’t life seem to be marked (and shaped) by crises? Everything, from our relationships to our health and even professional endeavors, seems to be evolving progressively, just cruising, until …

It’s in these moments, when our house of cards comes tumbling down, that we’re left with the best context for creation: a whole lot of nothing.

This workshop will show you how to take charge of even the most dire of circumstances, brought to you by an absolute expert in the field.

About Jeroen
When he woke up in 2007, after a month long coma, he was done for. With severe brain damage he could barely talk, couldn’t stand, walk or even sit up straight; he was done for. The life he knew, the person he was, were but a vague memory. An anecdote he did remember, but had no real ties to.

Everything he loved and the people he held dear became unattainable. The rehabilitation facility and his own dire state suddenly became all that existed in his world. As it became clear to him he had to start all over again he realized: he got to start all over again. The opportunity to invent a new life, to create an I 2.0 doesn’t come round very often, and he wasn’t about to let it slip by. Founded on a declaration of who he’d be and powered by a will to live, he came to a new understanding of difficulty, possibilities and self realization.

Less than three years later he stood at Mount Everest Base Camp, making it his life mission to share his insights and give inspiration by telling his story. His book, Het is Altijd Nu, is being released by Houtekiet on 19 February.

You can learn more about Jeroen and his work from his web site:

Wednesday 27th January 2016
18:-40 – 20:30

More Details:
TIMESMORE (Previously VIP Offices)
Boulevard St Michel 47
1040 Brussels

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