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Do you have much to offer but can't seem to be appreciated for what you do? Have difficulty connecting with people even though you go for many networking and social settings hoping to know more people?
Dork2Suave - The Science of Geeky Charm
Dork2Suave is the program for you to learn how to communicate effectively as a geek! How do you use your interests and quirks to your advantage as you communicate with just about anyone!
Using a simple system of accept, adapt and express, one can easily become a master geek communicator!
For this first session only!
1. Why Am I Here?
You'll go through a simple personality test of what you identify with the most to help you understand your perspective of how life flows.
We'll be talking about your interests and your developments, and there'll be group activities!
At the end of the Session, you'd be sent an email regarding your profile!
Light refreshments and basic drinks will be provided.
The next sessions are:
2. Strengths of a Geek
3. Accepting Reality
4. Understanding How The World Works
5. What Makes People "Successful"
6. Geeks Are Better Than Jocks
7. What Creates Attraction?
8. Expanding Your Identity
9. Image and Presentation
10. Break The Ice!
11. Creating Engaging Conversations
12. Be Who You Always Wanted To Be
About The Speaker:
Ethan is an entrepreneur, life coach, and all-round geek who loves to hopes to help people who are great at what they do but can't communicate it well find their way around. He has written for magazines, spoke for TEDxNUS, has been invited to perform as a musician across Asia and Europe, and has transformed hundreds of lives through his journey with his unique methods of coaching and music education.
An ex-medical student focusing on psychiatry, Ethan devoted his time to understanding how people work and learnt much about psychotherapy methods through a psychology diploma program and his own deep research into psychology.
If you want to know more (even before this program), contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!
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