|ZEN + IMPROV = Better Speaking, Better Social Skills, Better Team Building
June 8, Sherman Oaks, CA
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The last event was a huge success! Several people have already contacted us to say thank you for helping them improve their speaking. Another workshop attendee has used the techniques to improve his company’s team-building efforts and it was also a huge success!
So we are doing it AGAIN, this time better…
One of the last attendee’s, manages a staff of about 14 people and tried out a few of the techniques he learned:
“I recently attended the Zen of Improv Workshop in Sherman Oaks and was competely inspired by the experience. I have a large team at work and a lot of new team members who are a little shy. Instead of doing the typical corporate ice breakers in our weekly team meeting, I tried teaching them a little about improv and using some of the exercises from the Zen of Improv workshop and the results were amazing! The team had a blast. There was tons of laughter, camaraderie, and people really opened up and got a chance to know each other. it was a huge success!” Matt, Art Director
I want to share an invitation to a free event that my good buddy and fellow toastmaster, Cole, and I will be putting on. Cole is an Improv teacher, and I am a Zen Teacher. We’re planning a fun, entertaining, and must attend event for anybody seeking to improve their speaking ability, social skills, and team-building.
I have used Zen techniques to conquer my own severe fear of public speaking—but that was only the first step. Once you can speak, you need to be able to articulate and deliver your message in a powerful and inspiration style. The art of improv has a lot of important and effective techniques that help a speaker get there. I have seen dramatic improvements in my fellow Toastmasters who have studied and practiced a little improv. The results have been amazing!
Cole has the experience to guide you through some awakening exercises. Then, when we blend improv with a little Zen. We think you’ll be in for quite a surprising improvement in your speaking ability.
So sign up at the REGISTER BUTTON above. And remember space is limited, so as always this is a first-come-first-served event. All you have to do is take the survey below—just 5 easy questions—and enter your email. We’re ready to get you on board.
Event is at the Sherman Oaks Galleria in the Community Room which is conveniently located on the first floor of the Rotunda, directly across escalators.
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Paul Harrison AIA
aka Master Nomi
Architect, Author, Creator of the Zen Advantage Program™ (ZAP)