Let’s allow our shoes to read a hidden ancient text of wisdom encoded on the streets of one of the oldest European cities – Sofia, Bulgaria.
My name is Tihomir and I will be your guide for this creative exploration this time in Sofia. So far I have co-facilitated 9 Street Wisdom events in California, Hungary and in Bulgaria.
My areas of interests and work are coaching, training competences, life-long learning. I love playing with language and topics that are important for us all like: personal development, resourceful attitude building and training transferable skills.
Intuition is an important aspect of my life now and Street Wisdom helps me develop it and create fresh new insights. I also have a non-profit organisation in Bulgaria and currently, I work on developing a new project called Heuristic Solutions – a brand for professional training and coaching providing solutions that work. See and learn more about me here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tihomirgeorgiev
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What is Street Wisdom?
Learn how to access the urban environment and find fresh answers to personal or work-related questions with Street Wisdom: a powerful, two and half-hour guided experience that uses the streets as an invisible university. This inspirational tool has been adopted by corporations, coaches and social groups across the globe – with profound results.
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.
Street Wisdom takes place in three parts. First, a street guide helps you tune up your senses so you can pick up far richer information from the environment that you would normally. Then you’re off on a journey by yourself – your street quest – where you ask a question and see what answers present themselves. You don’t have to go far but it’s amazing what you can learn. In the final 30 minute session everyone gathers together to share what happened and, more often than not, wonder at how magical an ordinary street can become when you’re really aware of those hidden messages, chance meetings and unexpected discoveries.
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.
Invented by creative maestro David Pearl in 2013 and developed with the help of business beatnik and fellow author Chris Baréz-Brown, Street Wisdom has rapidly grown into a global movement. Our mission is to make every street in every city a free source of inspiration for everyone, every single day.
Who is it for? It is relevant for anyone struggling with the day-to-day personal stuff, tackling a challenge in the workplace, figuring out what’s next, or seeking a creative breakthrough. It is also totally OK to participate while nothing from the mentioned previously is present. Just join and enjoy a beautiful day with a company of new peers. Once experienced, it can be easily replicated on a personal basis, or taken into the workplace and used to inspire teams and colleagues.
What do you bring? An open mind, good walking shoes and clothes relevant to the weather forecast. A question you’d like answered: not too big (‘What is the meaning of life?’), not too small (‘What shall I have for lunch?’) but somewhere in the middle – a burning issue to which you’d like fresh new perspectives or answers.
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.
To contact the organiser of this event use the form below. To get in touch with Street Wisdom HQ: firstname.lastname@example.org.