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Training for a New World

“When you go on a journey, what do you keep and what do you throw away?” ~ Lynda Austin

The world is moving faster than ever. We are moving into a time of great uncertainty and change, where old paradigms and means of operating are not necessarily working as well as they used to. The beliefs, attitudes, behaviours and systems that used to keep our ship afloat are becoming outdated. A new ship is being born, leading us in new unprecedented directions, and requiring new tools for work and life.

For organizations and communities to thrive in the emerging New World, they will need to adapt to the changing times and examine how they operate. A movement towards making holistic and socially responsible choices will be essential for their ongoing success and happiness.

Vince Gowmon supports organizations and communities to transform their culture and systems towards greater positivity and productivity. His unique Keynotes & Playshops are rich with learning, practical in application, fun, interactive, and leaving people inspired with tools for work and life.

Here are some other ways to learn and connect:

  • Blog: Read articles full of creative ideas and practical tips on Vince’s Blog
  • E-Newlsetter: Subscribe to his free Newsletter full of inspiring videos and thought-provoking articles
  • Social Media: Connect with Vince through his Facebook page, on Twitter and Linkedin
  • Video: Watch Vince present his fun and inspiring events by looking at the video on the banner at the top or on his YouTube Channel.

For now, here is something to make you smile: A short video filmed and edited by Vince called Come Out and Play ~ Embracing Life’s Infinite Playground. Enjoy!

Thanks for visiting Vince’s website, and have a most Play Full Day!

“If you want creative workers, give them enough time to play.” ~ John Cleese