Room 215, Kamm Hall
275 Eastland Road
Baldwin Wallace University
Berea, Ohio 44017
7:15PM - Dinner
1833 Bagley Rd.
Cleveland (Middleburg Heights)
Greetings! I am writing to request you to invite your friends and family to the next FREE seminar on Sunday April 21, 2013. I am reaching out to you, once again for your continued support of the seminar. It is through all your efforts that we have been able to bring in close to 2000 participants to the seminar. If you enjoyed the seminar, I request you to continue to forward this email with a positive recommendation to your friends and family and invite them to attend. I receive so many emails from participants who have enriched their life with this simple, free seminar. They are very grateful to their friends who spread the word and invited them to go. A relatively easy way to support the spread of serenity, compassion, love and mutual understanding among people you know! I am grateful for all your support.Warmest regards, Param Srikantia
Why Life Sucks: Enjoying the Lightness of Being
(Free & Open to Family and Friends!)
Sunday, April 21, 2.00 pm to 7.00 pm
Venue: Room 215, Kamm Hall, 275 Eastland Road, Baldwin Wallace University Berea, Ohio 44017.
Please bring a snack with you to eat as there will be only two short breaks of 5 min. each and we will not be serving food at the event. PLEASE RSVP to [masked]
As it is a Sunday, you can park anywhere in the parking lots just outside the building.
We have all known moments when we experience the full potential for enjoyment and richness in our lives. Yet, in our everyday lives, we seem to be making very little of this profound potential. As the years roll by, the reality of our day to day life becomes far removed from the possibilities for joyous fulfillment that we once glimpsed. For example, have you noticed how exhausted and drained out many of us are at the end of the day? Isn't it strange that no matter how much money we make, we are in a condition of perennial scarcity? Isn't it ironic that with increasing levels of material affluence, we are left with progressively less leisure or peace of mind to enjoy our life? This is a seminar that speaks to the heart of these contradictions and enables you to transform your inner reality with the help of techniques and perspectives rarely known to modern industrial civilizations. You will experience a unique four-hour long global voyage which will distill for you and, for your friends and family, breakthrough insights buried in distant places. We will explore the secrets of happiness practiced for centuries by cultures and civilizations around the world. The techniques will help you live each moment with wakefulness and a sense of vitality, experiencing a profound appreciation of life rather than the chronic, restless discontent that usually envelops us.
About the Author and Program Leader
Dr. Param Srikantia, a Professor in the Division of Business Administration at Baldwin Wallace University, is a former television host in India who knows the art of entertaining and energizing a live audience! Param published his book “The Architecture of Human Greatness” based on a five year research study, talking to thousands of people from around the world about extraordinary moments in their life. Param has authored over 35 scholarly papers in Management, Organizational Behavior, and Globalization that he has published or presented at conferences in the United States, Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. He holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University and Master’s Degrees in Business Administration, Human Resources and Organizational Psychology. Param has worked for the World Bank Group, Arthur Andersen, the Unilever Group, the American Cyanamid Company, Lederle Laboratories and the Tata Group of Companies. He has taught as Lead Faculty at the Weatherhead School of Management, at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio and as Visiting Faculty at the School of Public Policy, George Mason University, Washington D.C. He has also taught at the business program at the University of Iowa in the U.S., at Jamnalal Bajaj Institute in India and FAE Business School in Brazil.