Our Greatest Gift
COVID-19 may be the most striking example of humanity's interconnectedness in our lifetime. Never before have we seen how the actions of one single person can affect so many. One breath, one handshake, one hug, meant to bring us closer together, could now mean the difference between life and death. Over the past few months each of us have come face-to-face with many of our deepest fears – loss of livelihood, loss of loved ones, and a heightened sense of anxiety regarding the health and well-being of ourselves and our loved ones.
Understandably, it's rocked people to their core and left many feeling unsteady. Yet in the face of great hardship, personal transformation speaker, Chris Bashinelli, offers some light in the darkness with his unique and inspired topic Our Greatest Gift. Chris amplifies that light with a call to action to become a global citizen by taking a deep look inward and learning how to leverage this time of change for the extraordinary opportunity that it is.
Chris teaches your virtual attendees to shift from fear to courage, from loneliness to connection, and from uncertainty to curiosity. By helping people move their focus from things outside of their control (the economy, crisis, layoffs, and government restrictions) toward the one thing they can control (their response) they unlock the gift of empowerment, confidence, compassion, hope and a personal path forward.
Mental Health from a Global Perspective
Bash's Virtual Keynotes bring an uplifting message to a world rocked by Covid-19. This global pandemic has shown us that our own mental wellbeing is paramount to our company's success. In his one of a kind authentic style, pulling from over a decade of firsthand anthropological experiences worldwide, Bash shares the real life tools that deepen concentration, connection and inspiration – right from our own virtual office.
From a unique perspective that only he can offer, Positive Psychology Speaker and National Geographic Explorer, Chris Bashinelli, guides attendees through a powerful, yet practical path to mental health – one which does not require us to get on a plane. Bash reminds us that although there is so much outside of our control, there is always one thing we can control – ourselves. By putting our emphasis on personal transformation we put ourselves in the best position to be of service to our organization.