The Generosity Project 26 feat. Joanna Dandelia

Who is Joanna Dandelia?

“I would describe myself as a passionate results-focused perfectionist with a heavy dose of entrepreneurial thinking and creativity. I believe in delivering team – effort results. We must keep in mind that skills such as negotiation, promotion of ideas, events, and goals along with crisis management and “public” or “private” relations are essential for the every aspect of our life. My “moto” is that life is full of moments ready to be captured and “lived” to its full… Time is one of our most precious assets. We value that, along with the appreciation of life, friends, love, and happiness. “For all we know we are people and thus, searching, not in books or in stars but in thyself, in our minds and souls, in our blood, we seek redemption from the past and knowledge for the future” (Herman Hesse).”

Facebook: Joanna.Dandelia
Twitter: @joannadandelia
Instagram: joannadandelia
Linkedin: Ioanna Dandelia

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The Generosity Project 25 feat. Aninia Schwanhäusser

Who is Aninia Schwanhäusser ?

Aninia supports thinkers, creatives, and bodynerds looking for ways to (re)gain full capacity and clarity by exploring the connection of their body and mind to find out what THEY need so they can be present with the people and activities they care for and enjoy life more.
Aninia is a Qualified Grinberg Method® Practitioner, Pantarei Practitioner, a Theater-pedagogue and a Doula.
Her mission is to empower visionaries, connecting them to practices to take responsibility for their well being and integrity.
She is passionate about movement, writing and learning.
She grew up in Berlin, likes to travel and now lives in Copenhagen since 2012.


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The Generosity Project 02 feat. Simeon Krastev

Who is Simeon Krastev?

Simeon is a young fellow marketer who sets goals and accomplishes them.

Fitness coach, adventure seeker, coffee addict and a digital marketing junkie is how he describes himself.

He is an inspiration for me, especially how a guy in his 20s can have such a commitment to make things happen while enjoying the process.


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