WITH all the violence occurring around the globe, knowing more about the essence of peace and the worth of caring with each other will give us the serenity that we are looking for.
Motivational Coach and Resource speaker Gadge Gunn said being part of the program Mangos (Motivating Awareness Necessary to Generate Opportunities for Success) can be a big help for everyone as peace and equality is their main advocacy.
This coming June 24 to 25, the 22nd batch for Mangos program will experience a unique kind of experiential training as the activity will serve as an avenue where participants can learn from each other in a positive way.
“Our goal is to promote gratitude and for the people to experience the greatest version of themselves,’ Gunn said.
Educator Michael Imbat, who was part in the October 2014 third batch of Mangos, said his experience with the training made him wiser, gender sensitive, and more loving person; appreciating the love and life given to him by the Supreme Creator.
Once a victim of depression who usually gets mad for no reason, now he is proud to say that he is now a different person making decisions using the teachings learned from the instruction.
“The training has the ability to change people’s lives in a way they want and gives you the choice to grow in your chosen path,” Imbat said.
A program initiated and facilitated by Gunn, Lala Gonzales of Casa Vallejo North Haven Spa, and Andrew Bayating of Providence Polytechnic Institute, Mangos continue to inspire people to realize their full potential in life and their role in achieving peace and unity.
Likewise, it will lead to personality development where one can understand the importance of giving oneself enough time to recognize his/her dreams and needs.
The two-day training is open to everyone. Interested individuals may register at North Haven Spa located at Casa Valleji Hotel.
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