To attend this Street Wisdom event please book one ticket for each person in your group. Select the number of tickets below and then click add to cart.
It’s time to multiply Street Wizards Munich.
Do you like people? Do you find yourself observing people, situations, places and asking yourself questions? Do you like to connect the dots and share stories? Then you have the skills to become a Street Wizard.
Join this special event in Munich, where we will learn how to run Street Wisdom events, and lead our teams, and communities on explorations for insight and mindful approaches to life’s often challenging situations.
You’ll experience a Street Wisdom event, but at the same time learn tips and tricks to run your own events. We’ll take extra time on the “how”. If you’ve never done a Street Wisdom for yourself and still want to join us, then download the free, one hour audioguide and take yourself – in your very own neighborhood – on your own quest.
What is it? At the centre of Street Wisdom lies the idea that every moment is extraordinary and every street is full of inspiration – that there’s no such thing as an ordinary street, just ordinary thinking. Few of us give ourselves time or permission to really focus on the signs and signals that we normally ignore, rich stimulus that can help us learn something new.
(In just three hours of walking and wandering, participants have resolved problems that have dogged them for years, found new business ideas, changed careers, discovered new directions, and learned how to deal differently with life and love.)
Who is THIS event for? Anyone who has done the 90 minute self-wandering using the podcast, or come to the prior events. ANYONE who wants to lead Street Wisdom events in their community!
What do you bring? An open mind, good walking shoes and clothes for all weather. Pen/paper, some way to record your thoughts and insights.
Please watch the short video below and reserve your place so we can keep you updated – if you are unable to come at the last minute, you must contact the organiser so they may give someone else the chance to take part.