First of all, I want to thank you for a vital and wonderful training!
I want to immediately share my husband’s comment when I arrived home after the exhausting training and a 2.5-hour bus ride: “You come home with such optimism, energy, and motivation as if you were coming home from school two years ago. You have a special sparkle in your eyes!” I also felt like a positive Duracell battery had been inserted somewhere…🙂
I noticed that I’ve started choosing my words more carefully, and my expressions are more deliberate and thoughtful. Since my expressions are now more controlled, others have started choosing their words more carefully when communicating with me, and there is less “fluff” in our conversations. In short, the conversations have become more efficient, and achievements come faster. In summary: work is more efficient, and again, there is less “fluff.” I have no problem with visualization because I use it a lot in my life. The training was very interesting. There were many examples alongside the theory. I had to overcome myself a lot, which ensures that we dare/can take control of situations. At the same time, if someone got stuck, they were helped, and that person still managed to complete the task. Various exercises and activities were very refreshing in between because otherwise, it would have been difficult to maintain focus.
It was also great that our group was relatively small, and everyone had the freedom to practice. No one was left in the corner to struggle and try on their own. And of course, the power that this training brought with it!
It was expected that this training would be emotionally quite difficult and draining.
Unexpected was the atmosphere throughout the training. It was supportive and open. There was a lot of communication. It was also unexpected that after such an emotionally challenging training, I felt refreshed and full of enthusiasm.
I would definitely recommend this training to acquaintances. When studying in school, you get more theory, and that part is so small. If taken as a course, you become more aware and able to use it in everyday life.
I’m already thinking that when my son returns from Bali, I should conduct a small “training” for my family at home because everyone needs it in life, and it helps us cope better.
So, that’s my summary feedback on the training.
Best wishes, Elgita