This workshop, which will focus on optimising your day and visualising your future, will be held on Monday 3 May at 8pm.
The event is free and open to all Macra members. Details to register can be found on the Macra website.
Wolf Academy was set up by two brothers, originally from Navan, who both went down very different paths in life after leaving secondary school. They came together to share their stories so that young people don’t make the same mistakes they did.
The aim is to prepare young people for life, not just exams.
They set up Wolf Academy to inspire and empower people to live happier and healthier lives, become their true selves and achieve their ultimate vision.
The evening will focus on:
It will also leave you with a clear vision of where you want to go with your future.
Surviving to Thriving
The third part of the Surviving to Thriving series took place on Wednesday last over Zoom. This informative session facilitated over 140 members. The evening focused on getting clubs active outdoors with the planned easing of restrictions, and possible activities were shared with clubs along with strict guidance on COVID-19 measures.
The immediate focus for clubs and counties is to start organising and offering outdoor activities for their members.
The next Surviving to Thriving event will take place at 8pm on 19 May, where there will be further updates and discussion on what activities clubs can get involved in. The second half of the night highlighted the benefits of taking up a Macra officer role at the next AGM.
These benefits include both personal developments, including boosting and building your confidence, but also from a professional level and how such roles can affect your job prospects.
If you are interested in hearing more about a specific role or how to take one up, please contact your local club or training and development officer.