Carolyn Tate – Slow School – Cool coworking colleagues

Carolyn Tate of The Slow School of Business (Slow School) is one of my cool coworking colleagues at Hub Melbourne.

Carolyn’s Slow School just might be able to help you.

What is the Slow School?
The Slow School is an unconventional business school for people passionate about building a purpose-driven and prosperous business that makes the world a better place.

The Slow School is all about collaborative learning and providing a safe space for experienced and worldly independents, freelancers, solo professionals, creatives, artists and corporate escapees to come together to learn, connect and collaborate.

I like the sound of that!

Next ‘class’ 27 August 2014
Are you tired of the corporate world or the whole corporate greed ‘thing’? Have you been wanting to escape and start your own business?

Perhaps you have an idea you want to convert into a new career, you just need to ‘make it happen’.

Alternatively, maybe your current business is not what you want it to be? A ‘brand refresh’ or different approach might help?

Whatever the case, you know something’s not quite right.

Well, there’s something different in education that should help you refine your thoughts.

Carolyn Tate launched her new ‘The Slow School of Business‘ (Slow School) in August.

Why not join Carolyn as the Slow School takes off, and capitalise on the wisdom of the ‘Slow Movement‘.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, 27 August 2014, there is a great opportunity to help you –

‘know your business purpose,
vision and values’

at a special Slow School dinner, which will be held at Hub Melbourne coworking space,

Level 3, 673 Bourke Street, Melbourne, the home of the Slow School.

The Slow School of Business will help you
‘know your business purpose, vision and values’

Event details, taken from ‘Eventbrite‘, where you can book tickets, are below –

Slow Dinner – How to know your business purpose, vision and values

Join us for dinner with a difference! Wednesday 27 August 2014 6-9pm

In today’s fast-profit, short-term thinking business world, it’s very easy to ignore the most important foundations to building a strong business by jumping straight into building products or services while trying every trick in the book to sell them. Smart and mindful business owners committed to building a sustainable business know their purpose, vision and values deeply – and they engage their tribe effectively first to allow the products and services neatly unfold. So what’s the difference between purpose, vision and values? What’s most important and which comes first? How do they work together? How important are they in building a sustainable and prosperous business that will help solve the world’s most wicked problems.

Join the Slow School team at this dinner to discuss your vision, purpose and values and leave with a plan to work on them. You’re also invited to join us at our Slow Study Clubs (free) each Tuesday morning at Hub where you get to share what you’ve been up to and to keep you accountable.

You are asked to bring a plate of food to share.
Wine and other refreshments will be provided.

The Slow School is an unconventional collaborative learning school for business people that share the common goal of building a purpose-driven and prosperous business that makes the world a better place. If you believe what we believe, then Slow School is for you.

Check out what the school is all about here. Slow School.

This class is being facilitated by Carolyn Tate.

Here is the link to purchase tickets.

Tickets are non-refundable or transferable to other classes/dinners. You are however able to pass on your ticket to a colleague to attend in your absence.

Slow School is an initiative of Carolyn Tate & Co. in Community Partnership with Hub Australia.

I’m really looking forward to the event, it will be a great night and no doubt very thought provoking.

I believe Carolyn is really onto something with her Slow School. I’ve already written a post about it dated 17 July 2014, here’s a link to the post

By the way, there’s another great article about Carolyn in the ‘Slow Living‘ magazine, which was published on 23 July 2014. Here’s a link to the article –

Cheers, Jane Deany

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