Slow Dinner | Playing with your emotions with Angela Dadds | September 22

About Slow Dinners

The Slow School of Business (Slow School) is a people-powered learning community dedicated to building purpose-driven and prosperous businesses that make the world a better place. We come together each month over a meal and a glass of wine to learn something new and make deep connections. At Slow School everyone pitches in, that’s why we ask you to bring your ideas, your passion and a plate and/or a bottle of something special to share.

About our topic – Playing with your Emotions

Did you know that you can classify all human emotions into just six categories? (and why would you want to do that?!)

Using simple models to understand complex things often unlocks awareness and clarity that was previously not accessible. From there, we can understand where to focus our attention and begin to practice new ‘micro behaviours’… small, sustainable alterations to our everyday responses that accumulate over time into big changes in the way that we interact with the world.

In this session, we have a bit of fun with the topic and will play a game to understand the key concepts quickly and easily.

What you will learn

  • How our ‘way of being’ is constructed
  • What the six basic human emotions are
  • How to create shifts in your emotional state (and your results in life!)


About our Workshop Leader

“I believe that mastering communication is as close as it gets to mastering your life.”

Angela Dadds is a passionate player in the field of creating conversations that make a difference. Helping people acquire and develop the skills to articulate their perspective without creating defensiveness is the foundation of her work. She would love everyone to experience the magic of saying what you really mean, really meaning what you say, and being fully heard.

Date: Thursday, September 22nd
Venue: Mycelium Studios
Time: 6pm-9pm (arrive at 5.45pm)
Bring: A plate and/or a bottle (shared community event)
Cost: $10 + Fee

This event is brought to you by The Slow School of Business


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