Feeling Like-30 Again

Age 40+ and that sense of tiredness does not seem to go away.

Facilitated by Magmasoft Pte Ltd

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Who is it for

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Sponsors

Wiztango is a digital platform for Publishers, Authors, Product Managers, Social Enterprises and other Content Originators.

Wiztango is a Winner for the 2013 Red Herring Top 100 Asia Award.

Learning partners

Lifelong Learning Council

The Lifelong Learning Council aims to help people of all ages develop a habit of continual learning for a more purposeful and productive life. We hope to inspire a society that embraces lifelong learning as a way of life.

LearnSG Seed Fund

LearnSG Seed Fund – a $3 million fund set aside for 1 year – aims to grow community-led learning initiatives. We are looking for ideas that:
Build and promote lifelong learning culture
Impart and encourage work and life skills learning
Benefit the community and Singapore

No idea is too big or too small. Get funding for up to 90% of project costs, capped at $50,000 (whichever is lower).

So, get together with your friends, neighbours or community and bring your learning ideas to life.

Location

  1. 145 Lorong Ah Soo #06-145, Hougang, SG, Singapore View Map

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Premise

Around age 40 or so, we hit life’s proverbial wall. General tiredness, depleted stamina and dropping energy-levels seem to be the norm. Are you feeling it? Do you just accept this as-is or strongly desire change? Step into our digitally-facilitated coaching circle, commit yourself to a 21-day journey and begin to feel re-juiced again.

Description

A few years before I hit the 50-mark, I began realizing a persisting sense of tiredness. My vital signs were all A-OK. Often, I reflected on it and what bugged me was whether this feeling would just never go away; YIKES!! I simply couldn’t accept it. I researched and took action for a top-to-bottom re-haul. Now, I am in a much better place, feeling stronger, smarter and healthier than even couple of decades ago.

The choice to do something is clear. We don’t need a gym membership or a fad-diet but we achieve it as close to zero-budget as possible. We focus on changes in our daily activities and habits centered around three key areas (1) mind (2) body (3) nutrition. I have done the work and created a road map for you. We also have a great digital system to facilitate the process.

How does it work?

There is no sage on the stage and as such each of us must work to achieve change. In our case, we, generally, means you as part of a group of people, a learning circle or a collective intelligence formed for this shared purpose. As highlighted in the agenda, there is a set process with daily content and activities. The learning experience is digitally-facilitated. As such, we can do it anytime and anywhere; we save time and effort to travel and to meet.

Our daily schedule

Day 1 | We kick-off with a digital-virtual (online) session. If you miss this session, no worries, a video of it is shared. FYI: this is no motivation talk. It is you who must contextualize the challenges and opportunities. My role is only to facilitate. Your goal is to create a strong WHY. Because we do know that success is elusive if the intrinsic motivation is unclear.

Day 2-21 | You research the mind, body and nutrition; share insights and recall relevant stories. Each day sets the stage for you to reflect and apply the learning into your life.

Day 22 | Review and reflection

Join me on this journey back to the future, back to when we were younger but not as smart.

Key Learnings

  • To build self-discipline and healthy habits

  • To clarify what is actually making you tired

  • To bring calmness of the mind

  • To create strength in the body

  • To consume the best nutrition

Pre-requisites

> A laptop or a tablet (with a keyboard) is recommended.
> A commitment of 30-45 minutes a day
> Strong desire to make a change

Format

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Topics and agenda

  • 1. A warm welcome

    On boarding | 15 Minutes

    Welcome on board and lets familiarize ourselves

    To achieve a sense of comfort in our learning environment


  • 2. Our Stakeholders

    Receiving | 10 Minutes


  • 3. How it works

    Sharing | 15 Minutes

    An overview of how our learning circle operates

    To gain know how


  • 4. Principles and Background

    Sharing | 15 Minutes


  • 5. Self-check

    Contextualizing | 30 Minutes

    Explore the challenges and reasons

    To gain clarity on our why


  • 6. Repeating Pattern

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 7. Is this Urgent?

    4R - Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 8. Forty Winks and all is Good

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 9. Mind the Gap

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 10. One More Tea Spoon Please

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 11. What's the Response

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 12. Keep Growing

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 13. Staying Neutral

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 14. A Strange Brew

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 15. Like Me Tender

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 16. Watch the Clock

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 17. Up and Down

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 18. Wash up, Hush up and...

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 19. Plink, Plunk, Plonk

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 20. Love a Pretzel

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 21. Raise the Intensity

    4R Active Learning | 30 Minutes


  • 22. Review and Reflection

    Summarizing | 30 Minutes

    To explore areas for enhancements

    To enhance and improve


Professionals

Prashant Jain
CEO, Entrepreneur, Chief Architect Learning Circles

PJ is the Chief Architect of Learning Circles and creator of Wiztango.com a Digital Facilitation Technology Platform for Content Originators. He is an American with a global background as an entrepreneur in technology and education management.

In 2002, he founded and for fourteen years successfully managed an in-residence corporate university for Japanese employees of Hitachi Corp, Toshiba, Fujitsu, Yokogawa, Panasonic and 30 global Japanese corporations. The Singapore-based company achieved $8.9M revenue at its peak and had 1,000 Japanese graduates from 25 global-skill development programs.

In the past 25 years, PJ has had pioneering leadership roles in the digital transformation of multiple industries including Pre-Press (Israeli-based Scitex Corp), Photography (Boston-based Leaf Technologies), Printing (Dutch-based Indigo Corp) and Advertising (Boston-based Engage Technologies)


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Magmasoft Pte Ltd

We are supported by the Lifelong Learning Council and Skills Singapore to pilot 'Singapore Learning Circles' a national initiative on community based learning featuring 'by the community with the community.'

We collaborate with practitioners from all backgrounds to play an active role in shaping the culture of lifelong learning in Singapore!

As part of the initiative, we assist practitioners to create their very own blended (digital traditional) learning agenda and circle. Click on the link below to join an upcoming digital schedule to learn more.

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