The SotG Women’s Empowerment division re-launched in October, which is also Mental Health month. So we’ve decide to base our first Women’s Peer Advisory Sprint Sessions on this topic.
SotG Peer Advisory Sprint Sessions:
If there are enough registrants for multiple cohorts, the registrants will be further divided based on specific sub-topics they are interested in exploring.
The initial list of likely sub-topics includes:
Emotional Strength Building
Mindfulness in the Workplace
If you have another suggestion for a specific subtopic, or to put your name on the waitlist to be notified once registration is open, please email Nicole Ruckstuhl at <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Trent Simmons is the founder of 2 International NGOs, the world’s first Purpose-Wealth-Happiness coach, and was a serial entrepreneur starting at the age of 8.
His personal network spans 150 countries and over 5000 professionals from all areas of society including government, academia, corporate, NGO, and social entrepreneurs. He utilizes this network extensively in his NGO, consulting, and coaching work.
As the Co-Founder and Managing Director of the World Spirit of the Game Foundation, he is currently overseeing our Peer Advisory Sprint Sessions, as well as the Centers for Creative Impact.
He is passionate about both inspiring AND empowering ordinary people to have a positive Impact on the world.
The World Spirit of the Game Foundation was formed to help individuals and organizations take Personal Accountability for their Impact on the world.
Our organization has spread to 30+ countries so far just in 2021 and there are 4 main Pillars of the organization, with each individual or organizational member choosing for themselves how many of these areas they wish to contribute to.
1) Developing SotG as the world’s first “crowd-sourced” life philosophy which both provides individuals with an internal framework for choosing a different definition of winning and as a Social Movement which provides the external framework that helps like minded individuals and organizations around the world maximize their positive impact on society.
2) An Impact Coaching division to help raise funds for the non-profit work, and which now has a wide range of offerings for universities, as well as for corporations, SMEs, and start-ups.
3) Typical NGO work which includes applying for grants on Youth Leadership, Women’s Empowerment, and Entrepreneurial support, among others, as well as organizing global initiatives and supporting other NGOs
4) A global Impact Network of “disruptors of dysfunctional systems” that consists of individuals and organizations from the worlds of non-profit, social enterprise, for profit, academia and government.
Here is a full video overview of these 4 pillars as well as a deeper explanation of the long term goals of the organization/movement. ——————————————>>>