Embracing Our Values:
Discovering and Sharing What Matters Most
This three-hour online workshop will guide you on a journey of self-discovery and inspiration. Join Maja Bumberák and Jim Brulé in this engaging and interactive session, where you will:
- Identify Your Core Values: Through creative exercises, uncover the principles that guide your life and decisions.
- Recall Meaningful Experiences: Connect with personal anecdotes that exemplify your values, bringing them to life.
- Retell Inspiring Stories: Collaboratively develop and refine your anecdotes into compelling narratives that resonate.
Whether you're seeking personal growth, interested in stories that will carry your legacy, or looking to inspire others, this workshop offers the tools and insights to transform your values into powerful stories. Come experience the deep satisfaction and joy of discovering and sharing what really matters to you!
Maja Bumberák is a renowned storyteller, singer, and educator based in Budapest, Hungary. She tours the world, sharing stories and songs from Hungarian folklore and other cultures, in Hungarian and English. She also applies and leads story work in various group processes, where self-awareness and the community- and bridge-building role of stories is emphasized. As a scholarship holder of the Hungarian Academy of Arts, she researches the oral tradition of Hungarian storytelling and conducts training in oral storytelling for teachers, student teachers, and other professionals. She believes stories can heal a community in a way nothing else can. You can learn more here: https://majamesel.wordpress.com/blog/
Maja brings knowledge of stories from traditional Hungarian oral folklore and their cultural background.
Jim Brulé is a storyteller, teacher, coach, and organizational consultant whose experience spans several decades. As a transformational storyteller, he creates opportunities for spiritual growth and transformation through encounters with stories, whether in performances, classes, or individual guidance. He also serves as an interfaith chaplain in hospitals, jails, and psychiatric facilities, and is active as a "death doula."
Jim serves on the board as President of Northeast Storytelling and has delivered programs to storytelling organizations around the world. He teaches digital storytelling at the university level, and has crafted training programs in leadership, collaboration, and issues of implicit bias for commercial, non-profit, and religious institutions.
He holds advanced degrees in counseling psychology and computer science (artificial intelligence), and has published books and articles in several fields.
Date & Time
Fri, Aug 25, 2023 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM