Feb 4, 2022
Welcome to the special bonus episodes of the 31 Days of Transferable Skills Initiative!
During the month of December 2021 I raised awareness about
transferable soft/ business skills that can be learned by
volunteering, unpaid care work, caregiving, traveling extensively,
The daily LinkedIn posts/ activities included personal experiences from my time as a stay-at-home mom, surveys, research, Q&A interviews, info and quotes from previous podcast guests as well as LinkedIn Lives.
Here is the link to the summary post containing all previous 30 posts. https://www.linkedin.com/posts/karin-tischler_31daysoftransferableskills-transferableskills-activity-6882766082709557248-vJYD
I will be publishing the 5 LinkedIn Live interviews as bonus podcast episodes throughout the month of January before the start of season 3 in February.
Today's episode is my day 29 talk with my guest Björn Michael.
Björn is a life coach and facilitator, who believes that
fulfillment and contentment make people peaceful and generous. As
facilitator he loves to create safe spaces for sharing
vulnerability. As a mentor, Björn enables people to feel
comfortable and serves them to achieve sustainable life
Originally from Germany, he currently travels in a motorhome with his wife and daughter through Europe. They are on a Co-Learning & Co-Living journey to explore different ways of sustainable lifestyles and community models.
Since 2021 he got involved in the Post Growth Institute (PGI). Fascinated by the idea of creating a "future that's better, not bigger", he currently learns a lot about the post growth economy.
Björn is a passionate advocate for empathic communication and leads various workshops on this topic.
We are talking about transferable skills learned from Björn's time as a stay-at-home dad as well as the motorhome journey he is currently on.
How to contact Björn:
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