When my German host asked me what I would do after class, I told her I had a workshop to conduct. She corrected me, "you mean you have a workshop to attend?" I said no, "I have a workshop to conduct." She opened her eye wide, "WOW!"
During lunch, a Canadian classmate here in the Hypnotherapy Class asked the same question. I gave the same reply. She asked me again, "How many courses have you signed up in California?" I said no, "I am the one who conducts the workshop."
In the late evening, a British classmate texted me asking me about my evening. I told him the same thing. He asked me, "Did you like the workshop?" I replied, "Yes of course, I was the workshop speaker. lol!!!" "Ohhhhh!"
I guess I have done something shocking? Haven't I? Even my best friend couldn't believe I have done that. "In California, in front of the American, you kidding me?"
What a new challenge for me to bring my workshop to California! From the bottom of my heart, I feel thankful to have such an opportunity to share good practices and exchange ideas.
What I have learnt, experienced and observed, beyond words. I enjoyed the stage time so so so much!!! It's simply FUN!
Thank you for the active participation and great compliments. I was particularly amazed by the following feedback:
- my stage presence, energy and aura was very outstanding;
- the most experienced gent, who's probably in his eighties or nineties, gave no comment to any speakers of the evening but me - great slides, great choice of words, that's what a presentation should be. WOW!
- one guy said I reminded him of The Story of Suzie Wong. Pop star!!! lol!!!
And as usual, my age is a mystery.
"Don't limit your challenges, challenge your limits!"
Ladies and gentlemen, we never know how much we can achieve and how far we can go, keep challenging yourself!