Living intentionally. What is it? Why is it so important to anyone? How is it finally to be carried out? John Maxwell is coming to Kenya to Kenya for this and much more.
The silver-bullet answers to these and many other questions will be generously shared at an upcoming three-hour one-on-one engagement with a much-sought-after life skills coach.
Top on the topics to be masterfully handled by the John Maxwell leadership advocate include how to discover your unique purpose, as well as understanding the difference between good intentions and intentional living.
“Gavin Oyas is a Coach Trainer and Speaker with the John Maxwell Team and Catalyst Group, a leadership development company. He helps individuals develop awareness and live intentionally through training, coaching and team building.”
Meanwhile, the seminar open to all and free for all is set to run from 11 AM to 1 PM on Saturday, February 18 this year at KIPRO Centre, Westlands.
The organiser, besides looking to help participants fully embrace the mindset of valuing and adding value to people, he seeks to fully equip them to develop the precious habit of anticipating and seizing opportunities for “intentional acts of kindness”.
“You should also expect to learn how to develop partnerships with others to make a difference,” reads the event post in part.
In the course of the same training experience, participants will also be learning effective networking tricks and how to gain maximum benefit from peer learning, the deliberate act of setting up an atmosphere for learning important things from other people.
BY MOSES OMUSOLO