Join us Sunday, November 23rd for an afternoon of storytelling and inspirational conversation.
André Martin Ntolla will share with you his journey on earth and will offer some tools that existence put on his way for him to be the man he is today.
Your philosophy of life is essential to drive your vision for success, promoting the virtues of good leadership and become a leader. As Gandhi said, ‘You must be the change you wish to see in the world.’
Foundational material to find balance and purpose in life. You will learn and hear about different areas of life: spiritual, family, career, personal growth and business.
André Martin Ntolla believes in the power of balance: Inner and outer spaces have to be aligned in order to find peace and growth in our journey.
André will be speaking about his life, including emigrating from Africa, studying in Europe and settling in Canada.
André will answer your questions regarding life solutions. A sign-up sheet will also be available for private one-on-one counselling sessions.
André was born to a large, happy family in the Sanaga area of Cameroon in Central Africa. With six older siblings, André was surrounded by inspiring and “brilliant elders” who gave him the self-confidence that allowed him to take decisive decisions from the age of four. This confidence in his own problem-solving led André to work in different communities around Africa to develop stronger social systems.
Eventually, André left Africa to attend school in Paris, where he rejoined some of his elder siblings and became responsible for helping the younger ones achieve higher education as well. Since that time, bringing many of his family members to Canada has been a major responsibility for André; at the same time he was taking his own training and raising a young family himself.
Despite these enormous weights on his shoulders, he never cracked under the pressure. This is what he wants to share you with others: See every challenge not as an obstacle but as an opportunity for expansion. Now living in Montreal as a married father of three boys, he also pursues his passion for cooking, plays the saxophone, hosts a gospel choir and enjoys cycling and walking for exercise.