“The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be kindled.”

I get a vivid cartoon-like picture in my mind every time I come across this quote from the ancient Greek philosopher, Plutarch.

Imagine it with me…

A brain flipped open at the top like a toothpaste tube (but much wider), being filled by a …

Running faucet pouring water into the brain…

Then I imagine a second brain…

Flipped open like the first one, but…

This one has flames shooting out of the top…

The first image is exactly what happens during most presentations…

The presenter feels the need to give the audience lots and lots of “value”…

Flooding their brains with as much information as possible…

What effect does that have on the audience members?

Are their arms open in a welcoming gesture of “Give me more, give me more?”

Are they jumping up and down with excitement and energy yelling, “It’s not enough?”

Not likely…

They just want the flood to stop…they want the faucet turned off…

On the other hand…

What does it take to ignite the flame from within?

How do you create within your attendees a yearning to learn more?

How do you create a learning experience where they leave…

Impressed with themselves and what they can do now…

As a result of having been at your event?

If you want to create meaningful experiences for your attendees…

Where they experience life-changing transformations during your workshops and retreat sessions….

Sign up for Wow Them With Workshops 1-on-1 coaching and together we’ll work on creating sessions your audiences will love.

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