Indigo Turtle is dedicated to sharing this message: Not only do you have the potential to survive anything; you can then go on and prove to yourself that anything is possible. It’s not easy, there isn’t one quick fix and there isn’t some great secret… but you already knew that didn’t you?
It takes work and commitment to be the best you can be. If you’re looking to validate excuses, take an easy option or hear a tale of woe then Indigo Turtle isn’t for you!
If you are ready to step up, regain control and really live this life of yours then I am excited to work with you. The Power of 12 is all yours and it will be the difference that makes the difference.
There are four ways that Indigo Turtle shares the message:
» Delivering bespoke workshops for organisations at a venue of their choice to support the development of their team. By incorporating The Power of 12 in a relevant way, there is a reduction in sick days, an increase in productivity and in turn, a better provision of service.
» Hosting live events that are open to individuals from 3 Sector, public sector and educational institutions. The Art of Surviving provides a fast paced, insightful understanding of The Power of 12 and how to incorporate it into your life. There are also a series of in depth workshops that explore each element individually. These events run throughout the year.
» Coaching and events that are dedicated to survivors. All information can be found in Survivor’s Corner.
» The written word! There are books, articles and blogs about what it means to be a survivor who has embodied The Art of Surviving and general positive musings on life.
Success means doing whatever it takes to get to where you want to be; where you need to be. Along the way, there will be hurdles, crevasses and the probability of stepping in something nasty. Have you ever met somebody who has achieved an ambition or goal without some major headaches along the way? No? Me neither!
Indigo Turtle is the culmination of years of understanding just how to recover, survive and prosper after sexual violence. The name means something and isn’t as random as it sounds! Indigo is the colour of intuition and perception. It is a deep shade of purple which is also the colour associated with survivors of sexual violence. And then turtle… they can’t take a single step (or paddle!) forwards without sticking their necks out! Once they do; they just keep going.
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