Time Talks – Mind the Gap!


Alan Bec connects to his audiences with energy and humour in this unforgettable exploration of time. The 60 minutes fly by in this tour de force journey that nudges us to change the way we inhabit the gap between ‘the cradle and the grave’. Mind the Gap!

How we relate to time changes with different civilisations. Each revision offered the opportunity to improve human existence. This repeating story demonstrates it is time once again to change the way we relate to time.

“None of us are going to get out of this alive!  Mind the Gap!”

Alan Bec

 

In his uplifting talk, Alan guides us through the human life cycle, pointing out the signs and symptoms of our times. By presenting examples from a myriad of sources – art; ecology; biology; indigenous peoples; religion; education, work and unemployment; and the latest scientific research from the psychology of time – he brings us all back to how we naturally connect to time. Could putting time in perspective help us relate more from our hearts, minds and souls? One thing is certain; he is urging us to co-create balance and wellbeing by making simple changes to our time behaviours. We are born to connect!

Alan Bec’s skilful speaking talents draw upon a life-long interest in being human and his observations and experiences as an information designer, educator in psychology, international coach and interviewer of socially responsible souls. He’s a fellow and elected Fellowship Councillor for the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Commerce and Manufacturing (RSA) in the South West, TEDxBristol Speaker, a member of the International Time Perspective Network, an energy medium and member of the Spiritualist National Union, a husband, father and grandfather. Oh, and an inventor of the Wellbeing Indicator Badge – the-wib.com.

Hosted by:

The Wessex Research Group – Frome in Room 1 The Cheese and Grain, Market Yard, Frome, BA11 1BE (an accessible venue). Thursday, May 3rd arrive at 7;15 for a 7:30 start. No booking required, £5 on the door.