According to Leon van der Zanden, who has been a comedian for 20 years, becoming aware of your feelings is your own responsibility and the key to success and happiness.
If you really want something out of life, it has to come from your inner peace. Otherwise it is empty. The most important role to create content comes from within although you also need your mind to shape it. This process cannot be done the other way around. Only then you will feel connected to others and life.
So no tricks, plans, methods and steps, just let everything arise from self-awareness in the here and now. This is the way Leon grows and transforms into the role of speaker, presenter or coach, both on a personal level and in an organization. It is all about getting to know each other.
Leon invites you.
In workshops, one-off or in a course of at least three times, you look at and work on the impact you have. That starts with who you really are.
References: Freo, Boskalis, DELA, Summa, Vegro, Athlon en OABLY.
In a journey of a minimum of half an hour and a maximum of an hour and a half, Leon takes you on an interactive journey into your own feelings. This can be done online, live, for a small or a very large group, for children or very old people.
References: Freo, DPG Media, WIJ Eindhoven, en verschillende boekpresentaties.
Leon connects viewers with the people the show is really about. With humour, depth and always interactive.
References: NOS, Philips, Rabobank, MTV, KPN, Omroep Brabant, Fontys, Elkerliek Ziekenhuis, PINK/Orange en PSV.
Ado under seventeen
He stepped forward between the legs of his teammates, who nudged him with a low ‘heuh…’. His nickname was ‘the breaker’ and he was allowed by me, in front of his matties, to go and hold the ball up. With a grin and a slightly red head, he managed to tap the ball up four times. He could do better! So I asked him to go to his best football memory with his eyes closed. “A goal with an overhead kick in Poland”. He got a big smile and when he opened his eyes they shone. I delivered a cross and he kept the ball in the air 12 times. His matties were silent and he ran back to his spot like a hero.