Everybody Can!™ Mentoring
Mentoring is to help a person to understand what is happening in their world right now, how to make new choices and set healthy, challenging goals.
Everybody Can!'s purpose is to make a space where a person can learn to trust themselves so that others might also trust in their abilities. These sessions are held once a month in a location to be announced. You may book in for a 30 minute slot. Payment is contribution only - so if you have nothing to give, please do not let that stop you from coming and getting the support you need.
Good questions when seeking a mentor:
Who do you admire?
Who inspires you?
What qualities do they have that you would like to learn?
What do they specialise in?
What do you have to offer them?
Everybody Can!™ TV
This is Everybody Can! TV a place where you watch others share their stories of how they have moved from their "I can't" to "I can".
This series will commence in November 2017 and we are really looking forward to sharing this with you. We have some really inspiring guests sharing their wealth of knowledge and courage.
If you have a story that you would like to share and think may be of interest to us - we would love to hear from you!
Everybody Can!™ Opera
Everybody Can!™ Opera's first production of Verdi's Otello took place in October 2015 at St. James' Church, London.
In this 'Otello', Nadine Benjamin married her twin passions of opera and mentoring by giving former mentees the opportunity to use their new skills gained. The production was produced by Nadine Benjamin, conducted by William Conway, directed by former mentee Rebecca Louise Dale and project managed by Rita Grudzien.
OUR NEXT PRODUCTION WILL BE TOSCA - January 18th 2019! Tickets available here: https://tosca.brownpapertickets.com/
"I don't believe anyone is just one thing. We are all leaders. We all have our own stage. One of my duties as an artist/mentor is to facilitate change within a person. I always tell my mentees that they need to go and create their own opportunities and think of innovative ways to do this. Putting on this production of Otello is me walking my talk."