This past Christmas Day some friends and I headed to Sunshine Mountain Resort to enjoy a day on the slopes for free. This was their second year offering, “Santa shreds for free”.
We hustled together Santa suits and got out there. I’m a big believer in the importance of play, so this was just the right way for me to spend the morning before a lovely dinner with family in the evening.
Living in Canada, we have so much to be grateful for. This is a safe country and human rights are (for the most part) respected. I don’t take living here for granted and very thankful that I have the opportunity to play in the stunning Rocky Mountains from time to time.
I hope you enjoy this short video. Be sure to make time to play in 2020. It’s good for you and for the people who you spend your time with.
Creating connections in Calgary, Canada, Tony Esteves is a play-based workshop facilitator, performer and coach. He studied at the Second City Improv Training Centre, has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and has been performing with Le Cirque de la Nuit since 2014. He was a part of their 2016 TEDx performance, “The Creative Process.”
He believes that people can move their lives and businesses forward by having more face-to-face conversations and therefore created the Talk2MorePeople Project. During this social experiment, Tony met at least one new stranger a day for an entire year, and his life transformed for the better. Tony created Play2MeetPeople Networking events for people to have fun and meet strangers. The Talk2MorePeople Book will get released in 2020. Visit Talk2MorePeople.com/tools for free tips on how to meet people.