Lockdown is going to create a huge wave of poor mental health. I don't know about you, but I don't lift my mental health by talking about my problems. I lift my mental fitness by playing games, playing sports. Playing to laugh. Playing to share moments of connection without taking it too seriously. 

I need to get mentally fitter. So, I am going to set up a series of mini festivals for us all to play games together. 


A warm welcome is guaranteed.


Any questions, contact jon.thorne@LifeSkills21.club

Lets play games festival

  • "I think it is fair to say that many of us have some experience of being with someone who operates on the premise that not getting it wrong equals getting it right. Someone who thinks that if they could eliminate all mistakes everyone would be at their best. But the absence of mistakes doesn't equal the presence of success. It never has" - Jon Thorne founder of LifeSkills21.club


    At all our events, everyone is coached to think on their feet to convert a moment of it going wrong to a moment of success.  To turn struggles into a success. This means things going wrong and various inabilities are all opportunities for everyone to practice thinking on their feet. Everyone can be a little less perfect. It's why we have one rule “Be Kind”.


    The "Be Kind" rule means everyone gives themselves and others space to try things nobody is sure will work. Everyone gives each other space to fail so that everyone can practice thinking on their feet to make it work.  We celebrate each other's success. Everyone is kind. 

  • If you can't make it, let us know and we can see if we can get someone to play instead. If not you still have to pay.

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