Who would promote a stressed, emotionally drained, worried, tired and hunched over in sadness individual? Only a cruel individual would add another KG to the back of an overloaded camel. It just wouldn’t be fair. Sometimes human nature and our ego get into a fight. The ego wants to be
Staying calm, holding balance, finding clarity when needed, ovrercoming emotion, sleeping well, removing judgement… All this, derived from the first step, thought. Ready?
Making a stand in life seems to be the new “brand” of freedom. It isn’t. It is the complete opposite. But when the voices of the ignorant become loud enough, the sheep follow until it hurts. Domestic voilence is the perfect micro mirror of this story on a smaller scale.
Your heart is the core of your most powerful leadership, your inner joy. People follow your heart when it is open and awake. When you have finished exploring intellect and attending ceremonies, when you are exhausted trying to change the unchangeable, then you come to realise that the whole shooting
Whether you are mountain climbing, playing with the children, running a triathlon or doing the gardening at home, Self-Leadership at work and outside work is the same. The better you are at it, the more you’ll get done and in less time. To ask “how do I get more done
In 2010 Chris relocated his entire business back to Australia and decided to focus purely on inspiring individuals through coaching. His motto became “changing the world one heart at a time.” This shift came at a conference. He was speaking to over 1,000 people and asked for a show of
One who hopes that others will believe in them, while they doubt themselves is destined for smallness Chris Walker Hard headed stoic determination can give way to uncertainty in the journey to find a middle ground for communication at work. 360 degree feedback loops and HR obsession with placating the
There are only two things make leaders react: guilt (grief) from the past or fear of the future. In the present neither exist. A leader never reacts. If they react they are in fear or guilt. Either of which destroys trust. The only thing that triggers leaders to be in
Two or more years ago, I recall standing in my garden crest fallen due to water restrictions preventing me from watering my dying grass. Not long after people complained that their houses were burning and the entire bush, it seemed, was alight with bushfire. I look back now in the