to Inspire others to Listen to you
Misunderstandings are costing
you and your company
time, money, and health.
Access to the Complete AikiSkills Course
12 Video Modules
To practice communication tools, clarify doubts, connect with everyone
Color Guide to accompany the videos plus a Print Guide, so you can take notes
Access to the Private Group of MUSUBI
To share doubts, experiences and Guide
I was very much engaged during and after the training. It was an eye opener for many of us to understand that we really do need to repeat ideas and information as well as be patient with those who do the repeating... it is not in our nature in such a fast-paced environment.Janet Velez - NBCUniversal
I have nothing but words of appreciation for this training and for sure it is something we want to continue to expand in our areas as our initial results are showing significant improvement in some of our Customer Service key performance indicators. Thank you!!!Matías Carrió - VP - Customer Engagement Network American Express
This training opened my mind to a new way of communicating that I have never heard before. I wonder why this is not taught to everyone!Ramón E. Martínez - Owner ClubChoKolate.com
Aikido: A unique martial art and the Philosophy behind our Programs
There is no relationship without connection but what things connect us? Do we know how to build Trust proactively?
Cristina and Patxi have spent more than half of their lives training in the Martial Art of Aikido.
Its basic philosophy makes it different from other martial arts: We learn to de-escalate attacks by seeking and maintaining contact, to guide the attacker to a point of "harmony" for both people.
This is a unique training, different and totally applicable to interpersonal relationships, not only physically but emotionally.
4th Dan of Aikido. Communication, Marketing, Aikido, and Motherhood are her main passions and her way of helping others understand each other better.
With more than 30 years doing Aikido, Patxi Andrés is an expert helping leaders, managers, and politicians, in clearly getting their message across.
In Aikido all movements are based on extension and not losing connection. How can we do that with words?