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  1. ( I am posting this for a friend. Contact information is at the bottom.) Surviving Mexico! - Cracking the Code Have you ever wondered why Mexicans are the way they are? What does "mañana" mean? And if it isn't tomorrow, when is it? How long do you have to wait? Is there any way to speed up a visa? A license? Is giving a "mordida" a good idea, or not? Is there some kind of secret code? What are the customs, traditions, festivals, etc.? In the workshop Surviving Mexico! you will learn how to better understand, survive - and enjoy! - Mexican culture and people in a dynamic and fun way. The Surviving Mexico! workshop is designed for foreigners who live in or are visiting Mexico and want to become closer to the people and culture. Here you will learn some of the truths, and myths, that surround you. Through Lego Serious Play - an innovative communication tool that encourages creative exploration and insight - we will examine the idiosyncrasies of Mexico from the perspective of a foreigner. We will answer your questions and help you gain a clear understanding of the motivations of Mexican behavior. And we'll have fun doing it! FACILITATOR Luis A. Aguirre is a certified LEGO Serious Play facilitator and will be offering the workshop. He is a project consultant with experience in business, social and urban issues, and has master's degrees in communication and culture. PLACE Instituo Olé México. (Revolución #6 Ajijic. olemexico@hotmail.com, 7662068) Saturday, March 29, 2014 10:00 am - 1:00 pm $200 pesos
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