Sow to Speak Workshops

Creativity is intelligence having fun. – Albert Einstein

 

Communication + Creativity

 

It’s time that we show up for ourselves and each other. Technology is great and all, but we are losing our ability to self-regulate and communicate face to face. Plain and simple.

Sow to Speak workshops were created with the intention to help you pay more attention to the thoughts that you are “sowing” while creatively communicating with people in real life. Because if our thoughts create our reality and our reality creates our lives, then it’s high-time that we begin to explore techniques to help us live more conscious lives in a supportive and safe environment.

Is it about being self-aware – Every. Single. Minute? Absolutely not. We’re humans, not robots. However, it is in our ability to slow ourselves down, pay attention to what triggers us, and shift our self-talk in the right direction so that we can work to increase our self-awareness, empathy, and perspective.

By using acting, improv, and creative exercises, Kristy will walk you through exercises to help you enhance your creativity and communication while playing around in a low stakes environment. The goal is to re-invigorate aspects of yourself that may have been lying dormant for quite some time. By embracing being out of your comfort zone, you strengthen your resiliency to live your life on purpose with increased clarity and intention.

We’re all in this together.

Sometimes we just need a little help to check ourselves before we wreck ourselves.

Disclaimer: Sessions may bring about intense feelings of pure joy, excitement, and increased self-confidence. Participants may break out into rounds of intense high-fiving, unrestrainable smiling streaks or, in the most extreme cases, uncontrollable bouts of laughter. This is extremely contagious and may last indefinitely.

See for yourself.

Workshop populations range from:

  • Schools
  • Higher Education
  • Businesses and Organizations
  • Clubs/Groups
  • Community Events

“Stepping out of a normal routine, finding novelty, being open to serendipity, enjoying the unexpected, embracing a little risk, and finding pleasure in the heightened vividness of life. These are all qualities of a state of play.”

– Dr. Stuart Brown, Play: How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul

It’s all communication. It’s all possible. It’s all necessary.

Workshop Topics (not limited to):

  • Public Speaking
  • Communication
  • Leadership
  • Goal Setting & Core Values
  • Employment Appreciation
  • Cultivating Creativity
  • Team Building

 

Inquire About Workshops Here

 


Past workshop collaborations include:

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