Transformationplus meeting in CanberraSun Nov 24 2019
The Transformationplus team have had another meeting this Wednesday in the premises of The Theo Notaras Multicultural Centre, in Canberra, ACT. The monthly encounter was attended by students of different nationalities and community members as well as their own staff who has shared personal stories and words of wisdom with the audience.
The meeting was carried out with the aim of motivating and encouraging people to transform themselves into their best inner self, to believe in their instincts and to not be afraid of changes, which are essential values and the main mission of Transformationplus.
“We exist to share experiences and to grow together”, said Mithun Alexander, the chief “servant” of the organisation that already counts with more than 4,800 members around Australia, after being created and launched in Melbourne and having settled in Sydney, two of the largest and most important cities in the country.
Angela, one of the team members, presented a book called Ego is The Enemy and made a speech supporting the ACT approach, which stands for Apply, Change and Teach. Then, Prabir Saha, the Transformationplus’ leader and Executive Director, took the lead of the meeting to share his own stories, impressing with his persuasive and confident way of speaking.
“Crisis change you when they happen, it is a valuable opportunity not to be missed”, highlighted Prabir, referring to a heart attack he survived to tell. “It transformed me as I was desperate for a change”, continued. Prabir also spoke about how to improve productivity with the Eisenhower Quadrant.
Sajini, from Sri Lanka, summed up the whole encounter as a “real motivational and inspirational experience to refresh our minds what is important, what we want to achieve and who we want to be or how we want to live”.