How well do you know yourself


Do you know that what we see on a daily basis influences our actions and is subject to unconscious situations and mechanisms? How well do we know ourselves and can we control?

Within the "Rediscover Yourself" training we will focus on the two main challenges of our time - concentration and focus. We will use simulation games in which everyone can:
• learn more about yourself;
• to reveal its priorities and how to stop postponing them in time to develop in every aspect;

• beat the "monkey brain" and understand what the effect of "multitasking" is.

We do not want to do much, but we will open the door, showing those things that attract us most, have the greatest meaning and bring us the most satisfaction.
Challenge yourself!

Andrei Iliev
(Founder and Program Director, Leader Academy, Trainer "Cognitive Skills and Personal Efficiency")
Andrey graduated in Automatics at the Technical University of Sofia, "Bulgarian Philology" at Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski "participated in an academic year under the Erasmus exchange program at Universidad de Granada, Spain, studied International Business at New Bulgarian University and graduated from Cognitive Semiotics in Aarhus University, Denmark.

What he specializes is in the field of memory, neurologistics, learning efficiency with focus on active learning and learning through experience by writing a master thesis on "Added and Virtual Reality in Education. The applicability of game-based learning and the virtual worlds of 'Second Life';

Ekaterina Nikolopolu
 Trainer "Communicative and Behavioral Skills"
Ekaterina is a Master of Psychology and is currently completing "Rotherica" ​​at Sofia University.
She leads the modules of communication skills - verbal and nonverbal communication at the Talent Factory in Sofia.

Free entrance, pre-registered here:



Project "Establishing Youth Centre in the city of Plovdiv", with the financial support of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area 2009-2014 ДО3-9/28.01.2014