These support sessions will be completely based on the group’s needs. Everyone will have a chance to share and talk as we begin with round table summaries of our weeks. We will follow by a facilitated grounding exercise led by me (mix of breathwork, guided meditation, and other modalities), followed by an instructor led segment delving into methods, tips and techniques to remain healthy, balanced and thriving in this time of uncertainty. We will end with Q & A, and round table intentions for our next fortnight.
Are you interested in learning new problem-solving method that would be super useful and even applicable on your own business and daily life, networking with fellow location independent professionals, while in the same time contributing to help Bali’s environmental problem? Then join this 2.5hours mini-hackaton that tries to tackle challenge on electricity mobility in Bali! You’ll hear first hand information from the experts, learn to do hackaton problem solving method, network with likeminded people and get a precious lifetime experiences.
Ever heard the quote, Your Faith Can Move Mountain But Your Doubt Can Create Them? Such a powerful statement to tell us not to second-guess ourselves. When we want it enough, we’ll get it. But is the reality that easy? Our three lady boss speakers this February; Melanie,Clara, and Yulia, will go raw and deep on sharing their very own experience on self-doubt, how they tackled them and turned it into ways to find what they want to do with their lives and make the most out of it! Come, listen and share you own experience during the event. Lady Boss is back to celebrate powerful females at Dojo who create amazing businesses, and also to inspire and empower each other! Empty your dinner schedule too, as we have networking dinner afterwards with the speakers and the participants.
Next to the quality of your product or service, your branding is equally important to attract the right clients. “What do you do?” is one of the first asked questions, whenever you meet someone new. What if you can immediately answer this with a strong elevator pitch about your freelance services? In this workshop with Shannon Braam, she will lead you dive into this, so your prospects will be able to connect with the person behind the brand. She will use simple and fun exercises and get tools to create your own pitch while networking.
Fuckup Nights is a global movement where stories of failed businesses and projects are told, questioned and celebrated … because if you aren’t failing, you aren’t trying. After long awaited demand, Dojo Coworking Space is finally bringing FuckUp Nights to Canggu, Bali! Canggu finally participates as FuckUp Night spot alongside with other 315+ cities, from 85+ countries around the world. We couldn’t be more excited to share the stories and network with you! More about FuckUp Night Movement : https://www.fuckupnights.com
Are you afraid to tell your own personal story with strangers? I hear you and I used to be just like you. This interactive workshop will help you craft, practice, and receive feedback on your story.
Think of leadership as a skill not as a position. It is the most important skill that any human being can master. Leadership is a skill of influence, a tool that all of us have to possess. The quality of the lives we live and the things we get to achieve really comes down to one’s level of leadership. Mastering leadership consist of mastering the ability to influence the thoughts, the feelings, emotions and the actions of another human being and live life on our own true terms is leadership.
Pulau Plastik (Plastic Island) is a collaborative campaign to tackle the issue of single-use plastic in Bali and beyond. Pulau Plastik leverages popular culture and includes social media campaigns, short videos, and a feature-length documentary to increase awareness about the hazards of single-use plastic, to change people’s behavior and to advocate for change. The Indonesian government targets to reduce the amount of plastic waste in the ocean by 70% in the next five years. Various preventive measures and countermeasures have been carried out at the local level, such as last year’s ban on single-use products by the Bali provincial government. How can Bali take part in achieving this mission? Let’s talk potential solutions, sharing ideas and knowledge at this screening of two Pulau Plastik episodes
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