WOMEN IN TRANSITION RETREATS
Smart Women. Changing everything.
WIT retreats were born in Bali in 2016. They are designed for women who are willing to design their life on their own terms, are ready for change and understand the incredible support brought by facilitator who have waled this path as well as a like-minded group of attendees.
The women in transition concept has been created by Renee Martyna, co-founder and co-owneer of Hubud coworking space, one of the most famous and ranked one of the best coworking space in the world. A space dedicated to emphasize the power of community, sharing knowledge and co-giving.
I have been a guest speaker at the may 2017 edition of WIT in Bali, and I have the pleasure and honor to be a guest facilitator at the next edition in Poland, from the 20th to the 26th of august.
You want to be inspired? Watch this talk from Renee at 2016 WIT edition.
PechaKucha talk in Ubud
Pechakucha is a specific format of talk : 20 slides, exactly 20 seconds per slide. 6 minutes 40 seconds to spread your message.
It has been a very interesting challenge, especially when you like to tell stories as much as I do... Here you have to cut all the stories and go straight to the point...
This edition was a women only, and I chose to share my experience and teachings as a woman in a male-dominated extreme sport aka streetluge. These teachings have influenced my life way beyond this niche sport.
There would be so much more to say, so much nuance to bring, so many stories to tell. But that would imply much more time than 6min 40 sec
Here it is, enjoy!
WEBINAR FOR START-UP INCUBATOR LIVIT
Working with companies and organisations is the full expression of my work, especially with start-ups. All the ingredients are (or have to potential to be) here to create an empowering dynamic :
- culture and values
- remote work
- community and collaboration
Things can be different on paper than in reality. This is when having an external advisor can make sense. When the company or start-up grows to a point where there is a need for HR, big picture and setting to rules of the games so the teams keep on working well together and maintain work-life balance.
I was thrilled to share my knowledge with an amazing start-up incubator called Livit. They already have implemented an amazing work dynamic and company culture while having their teams in 4 different locations.
GUEST POST + ONE WEEK CHALLENGE FOR HAPPY MELLY
After our successful first collaboration on their podcast, I have been invited by Happy Melly to facilitate a one week challenge for their private slack network, and write a guest blogpost.
Considering our shared values and focus, I have written a blogpost on transition to a new work life, and I have built a small one week challenge to set the foundations of a value and inspiration based work life.
INTERVIEW FOR THE NOMAD CAPITALIST
I was recently interview by Andrew Henderson and his team for Nomad Capitalist blog for their #NomadWeek series, featuring real stories, journeys and advices from digital nomads all around the world. You can check out the interview here or by clicking on the image.
Nomad Capitalist are helping location independent entrepreneurs and digital nomads to organise their business and accounts legally so they can enjoy their lifestyle to the fullest by avoiding a lot of worries and tricky situations!
Podcast interview for Happy Melly
Happy Melly is a Happiness at work network made of change-makers, CHO, management 3.0 and lean management experts, and overall happiness at work activists.
A real inspiration!
Our work is really aligned, and it has been an real honor when they offered me to be on their podcast.
Interview on Shine Online TV
MY INTERVIEW ON LIFE ATHLETICS PODCAST
There is something about me that intrigues a lot of people : I have been a streetluge rider since 2003. It has been my biggest passion in my life for so many years, and I can clearly state it is part of my DNA. By simply having fun, I have reached the level of the fastest men, and raced them. My favorite practice remains freeriding, though. No qualification, no race, no pressure, just fun going down the hills as fast as possible with people I fully trust. Yes it can be dangerous, I can't deny it. Experience, patience, humility, caution, fast reflexes and anticipation are the key's to stay safe and sound, while still having the best fun and feeling the effects on adrenaline
Even if I have evolved in terms of activities and passions, I still really enjoy taking part in a few downhill events a year.
Curious to know how it impacted my life, and contributed to shape who I am today?
Early days interview on the Exploring Happy concept with rethink TV
Clic on the image to watch