Humble, but promising beginnings in Taiwan
Many synchronicities of life brought me to Taiwan an for the first time in September ember 2011 and I felt immediately ediately that it was the right place to create te my new company. I rented a student room in Tamsui and registered my company, pany, Wholistic Communication Ltd., at the French Chamber of Commerce (CCIFT) CIFT) in Taipei.
My passion and calling since around 30 years has been, and conontinues to be, coaching individuals in communication with the five senseses in harmony with the five elements.s. I help people to learn how to hear the truth in their own voice and others rs in order to improve the quality of their relationships and health.
I started my professional activvity in Taiwan with people whom I met in the street, in the market, in food places (like Lutetia, Ancre café, Chamkar), department stores, s, public events (RedRoom) and through the wide business community of the French Chamber of Commerce.
My approach is to ask people who would volunteer to introduce themselves in one minute in any language and I would give them feedback of what I heard. Anyone nyone could hear the truth as all health and communication challenges are evidentident in a person’s voice.
Then I offer to participate in workshops or by private appointments, to learn how using eight simple affirmations could help check and restore balance in any challenging situation. I also offer to join a complete training provided on my organic farm in France during a three-week Summer Camp or in Taiwan during the rest of the year.
The purpose is to reconnect people to the five elements and to learn how to use one’s own voice as a GPS in life. My clients in Taiwan are CEOs and board of directors (Carrefour…), political leaders (ambassadors…), entrepreneurs, university students (NCCU…)(NCCU ) and private indiindi viduals …. everyone can benefit from my approach to improving communication skills and health.
But why did I choose Taiwan? Mostly, I feel that we are facing serious challenges.
The worst virus in the world, called BwE (Business without Ethics) has already severely infected the American food, pharmaceutical, agricultural, media, education, political, and justice sectors, to name just a few. Mainland China is exposed to the same deadly virus so it is urgent to make radical changes to save the planet and humanity. We cannot play games anymore … it is time to stop playing “Monopoly”“M like kids and grow as adults.adul
Sales and managementa techniques, based on lies and manipulations with pseudo-logic,ps fear, flattery,fla affectivity, buy-inbu and pulling-in, are nowno pushing the clients and employeesem away. People are lookingloo for respect, joy, faith, recognitionrec and freedom: thesethes five “energies”, are in relationrela with the five elements: earth,eart water, air, fire, ether … encrypteden in the traditional ChineseChin characters.
AcupunctureA or nutripuncture (French acupuncture without needles),n helps to restore the fivefi elements in relation with the five main couples of organorg meridians: stomach/ pancreas,pan kidneys/bladder, lungs/colon,lung heart/small intestine, liver/gall bladder.
MostM common health and communicationcom challenges, such as headaches, jetlag, allergies,aller neck pain, can be preventedpre or healed using ethicaleth coaching and vegetarian food without drugs or any invasiveinv treatment. The three life drivingd forces “money, fame and power,” are changing to “health, happiness and love.” “To be” is more important than “to have,” in the end, we can only take with us what “we have given”. I feel we have a potential solution. Taiwan is the only country that can lead the world today in bringing new ethics in business. Therefore, it is urgent to train Taiwanese coaches to serve the critical needs of China … and the rest of the world. I believe in Taiwan, I am optimistic but conscious about the big changes to be made now by everyone.
I see many signs of advanced ethical behavior here: There are no beggars in the streets and no armed police in the metro stations. Children, women and the elderly are safe to walk anytime in clean streets, (the garbage collection system is great). At the market, most people know which veggies are in season and prices are never bargained for. Vegetarian food is becoming more popular. Also, rich people are taking public transportation and YouBike (instead of expecting everyone to have a car).
Moreover, people are always ready to help others and more than 70 percent are involved in charitable activities. Up to 60 percent of workers are entrepreneurs. The new Taiwanese leaders are further generating leaders not followers. Regular earthquakes and typhoons are certainly reminding everyone that life is the only valuable present an individual has. Taiwanese express their gratitude every month with various religious street rituals.
Taiwan will not resist the expected third global financial crash … but the real value and strength of Taiwan is the humanity and the kindness of the Taiwanese inhabitants.
At the same time, I feel the relationship between France and Taiwan is magic. Within around 30 years, French and Mandarin will be the top two most commonly spoken languages in the world (Mandarin 8 percent, French 8 percent, Spanish 7 percent, English 5 percent). Mandarin has a special connection with the diplomatic and romantic side of the French language. The combination of both facilitates healthy communication in the world and health.
I am happy and honored to share my expertise and contribute to Taiwan being an effective world leader of ethics in business.
I love Taiwan, France and the world.
A group of civilians was recently given a VIP tour of a restricted military hangar housing AH-64E Apache helicopters with their children and foreign caregivers. The incident not only exposed severe lapses in local military discipline, but also laid bare violations of the Employment Service Act. The act clearly forbids assigning caregivers work that is not within the scope of their duties, which is looking after severely disabled elderly people. This is symptomatic for 7 in 10 foreign caregivers here, who work 365 days a year, according to the Ministry of Labor, while 3 out of 10 are given one day off per month. But, what do you think?
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Fayolle wants and to teach to how to use reconnect
people to the one’s own five elements voice as a
GPS in life.
Fayolle gives workshops to help check and restore balance in any challenging situation.