Being "brav," a German word that translates as "virtuous," "upright," "well behaved," or even being a goodie goodie, means conforming, controlling yourself at all times, wanting to measure and protect everything. "Brav" people prefer a permanent present to an uncertain future.
But what might daily life, men, women, children, markets, and advertising be like if they were brave rather than "brav"? Why is it worth breaking rules, showing courage, taking risks? And why does being "brave" open up new perspectives and create joie de vivre?
Risk gaining compelling insights at the 8th rheingold Congress and the subsequent Breaking Brav party!
Register now, the number of participants is limited.