«Newplacement for me means helping individuals to mobilise all available resources in order to make progress.»
«Newplacement for me means helping individuals to follow new paths and to achieve a sense of fulfillment.»
«Newplacement for me means helping individuals to draw upon new found energy and to make the most of new opportunities.»
Inspiration New-orientation – The Human way
I envision a world in which people have found the courage to build up their lives. A world in which people overcome their limitations and refuse to be put into little boxes that define their lives, job and future.
I encounter people, on a daily basis, who have come to a complete standstill and find themselves in a de-energised state. I believe that one can only make progress when one has the energy to do so. Progress ensues after courage has been mustered and a person has started to move forward.
Dorie Massumi Newplacement strives to inspire people and to give them the strength to advance by means of their own courage, energy and forward thinking. Together we work to remove limitations and restrictions in order to progress, both professionally and privately.
“If one door closes – a huge gate opens instead”. This is the belief of Wisi Zgraggen, a Swiss farmer who lost both his arms in an accident some years ago. Maybe you already know his story thanks to the book by Barbara Lukesch: “A Farmer’s Life – the incredible story of Wisi Zgraggen.”
“All these microphones, all this amplification, and we’re stuck, unable to use them. Not because the amplifier doesn’t work, but because we are unwilling to use it. The Internet has given anyone with something to say the freedom to say it…"
“Diving from roof to roof, vaulting recklessly over the staircase railing to the depths below, landing as lithe as a cat to mount the next house wall and with a somersault continuing on its course. To the “Parkour” no obstacle is too high, no space too wide and no wall too steep.”
"Reflect for a short while and think about some of the opportunities, in either your personal or professional life, which you have missed in the past just because you waited a little too long? What were the consequences of having waited? Did you have to pay a higher price as a direct result?"