The Holiday Season is upon us and that means we will be spending a lot of time with family. Why not learn how to be the best conversationalist at the dinner table and bring some social fun to your holiday? It's getting colder, and people are staying inside, but that doesn't mean we aren't going to be meeting new people. Join us in learning about meeting new people, creating connections, and bringing some playfulness to your social life.
JAUNTY ATTRACTION SERIES
This class starts at the beginning. Learn why and how some people are able to draw others towards them. Whether someone is looking to create connections for romance, friendships, or for business this workshop looks into the science and the actions that activate attraction from one human to the next. This workshop is Jaunty's first step into social mastery and includes a mix of theory, exercises, and time to mingle. We will discuss actual things you can immediately do in your day to day that will change the way you connect to all around you. This workshop covers a bit of body language, conversational agility, and belief systems. Please arrive early. Registration can be done online or at the door.
About your Instructor:
As a fourth generation entrepreneur and after a too-long experimental corporate career in management, sales, marketing, and communications with Fortune 500 companies such as MetLife, Merrill Lynch and American Express, Eric left his power suit behind to follow his true passions--teaching communications and being social. He is a longtime student of the study of human behavior, the science of attraction, theater, music, and business.
Eric sits on the board of BookBank USA, a non-profit organization, and also served as CCO and Head Men's instructor at Social Fluency. Eric received his bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Northern Colorado and studied cultural studies at the University of Jerusalem. As a former punk rock musician, Eric enjoys traveling, playing his guitar, exercising and socializing in his spare time.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
By MUNI: The WeWork building is located at 25 Taylor Street (@ Market and Taylor), just 2 short blocks from the Powell MUNI/BART station and the Civic Center MUNI/Bart Station.
Other bus lines that run close to our office include: 5, 6,12, 14, 8X, 9, 21, 30, 31.
By Car: There are multiple parking garages that are in close proximity to the WeWork building:
Jessie Square Garage is located at 223 Stevenson St. (between Third and Fourth St). The parking rate caps at $16/day and it is a 6 minute walk from the WeWork building.
The Fifth and Mission Parking Garage is located at Mission between 4th St. and 5th St. The parking rate after from6pm-midnight is $1.50/hour and is a 5 minute walk from WeWork
The Ellis-O'Farrell Garage is located at 123 O'Farrell St. between Powell and Stockton. The parking rate from 6pm-midnight is $1.00/hour and is a 10 minute walk from WeWork.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Please bring an open mind
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Feel welcome to contact us anytime: