The PEACE crane is the symbol that represents the Totally Proactive brand. Paper cranes represent peace and freedom. They are a symbol of the children's peace movement and are folded as a wish for peace. Anybody from any background, living conditions or education background can fold paper cranes - they are fun, challenging and can be made from any sort of paper.

The peace crane movement began in Japan after the 1945 bombing of Hiroshima. A young girl, Sadako Sasaki, was 2 years old at the time of the bombing and was only one mile from the spot where the bomb landed. As a result of her exposure to the a-bomb she developed and died from leukemia. Before she died she attempted to fold 1000 paper cranes, believing that the gods would grant her wish to get well if she did so.

Since the story of Sadako became known, a campaign to build a memorial for all the children killed by the atomic bomb started and eventually a memorial was built in Hiroshima.

Sadako's story has spread throughout the world and the paper crane has become a symbol of peace.

The aptly named Totally Proactive PEACE training can be customised to achieve your company goals. The training will inspire, educate and motivate people to get the most out of every interaction with others and from life in general. It is an invaluable life skills program which adopts NLP (Nero-Linguistic Programming) principles as a methodology for change.

"If you want peace, stop fighting. If you want

 peace of mind, stop fighting with your thoughts."

Peter McWilliams, Life 101