Creative Perk for Québec Mornings

Creative Perk for Québec Mornings

Quebec City (Quebec) September 29, 2014 – The new trend for business folk is coming to Quebec City. After 88 cities and becoming one of the most popular “to do” things in the world, Creative Mornings arrives in the city at 8am sharp, November 21 on rue St. Paul at the offices of Cossette Marketing.

Creative Mornings was “created” in New York City by Tina Roth Eisenberg in 2008 and is basically a morning pep talk given by pretty much anyone who feels up to it, to a chosen group of people who have to be on time at one presentation a month. The idea is to promote creativity and positive thinking in one’s daily life.

Montréal has been up and running for a year now and the gatherings are up to an attendance of 300 people with some being turned away, which is notably up from the 100 when it all started. Anyone can prepare a 20 minute speech and present it as long as it’s positive and contributes to being creative. So far in Montréal there have been movie makers, actors, artists and astrophysicists among others. Whether or not they were or are known to the public is irrelevant. The speech is followed by a discussion period and everything wraps up after an hour. A different theme is chosen each month and the speaker must adhere to that theme. For Québec City’s first attempt, the theme will be “colour” and how it may or may not affect your life.

Cossette Marketing is financing and promoting the event as they have already done in Vancouver, Toronto, and Montréal. It is a non-profit, free event open to anyone who is willing to arrive on time, be energetic, and who wants to start their day on the right foot. CreativeMornings/Quebec.

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