“This work is more than digging deep, it’s about taking control & driving the bus. It’s about clever use of time & resources to be absolutely present in each of the different pieces of the puzzle. It’s about clearing a rolling fog that if allowed, will persist throughout the day/week/month/year. What I achieved in the Back … Continue reading
#1. You can’t give what you haven’t got It seems completely ridiculous that I write this, but if we have nothing to give, we have nothing to give. If we’re not happy, we can’t make people happy. And most importantly for this blog, if we’re exhausted, burnt out, tired, we can’t give anything, nothing. No … Continue reading 28 things you’ll need to do to come home from work with more energy than you started with….
For many, working from home is a boon in family contact, life balance and improved concentration. But there's also the opportunity to squander the business advantages it offers by scaling back in your expectations in performance this year. I'd argue that it's a perfect time to smash records in sales and performance. What I've experienced … Continue reading Working From Home and How to Make Your Bonus from It.
The definition of growth is "getting more done in less time" Chris Walker - The Art of Coaching The way i see it: There is always an emotional component of coaching. Events are events until we judge them otherwise. So, it is not surprising that around 90% of your work time and therefore productivity can … Continue reading The Love of Nature and Making the Best of Your Work time
STAYING BALANCED AFTER COVID You will need to Stay Focused be more present, do what you Love. Inspire others. Grow your skills to answer life's questions.Provide a daily reality checkdevelop more certainty, personal balance and vision.Aim to improve quality of your life. You’ll need to demonstrate: Three core ingredients of all great leaders Wisdom, Power … Continue reading KEEPING YOUR BALANCE AFTER COVID
Trekking in the Himalayas, bathing in Bali, cleansing in health retreats or kayaking in Canada, Christopher Walker does whatever it takes to find the perfect environment to get results. These retreats are about finding answers, resolving issues and creating an inspired vision for the future. If you are looking to take the next step into … Continue reading Chris Walker Nepal Retreats
All my clients are taught the Helicopter View. This is essential to life, leadership, love and most importantly the concept of being resilient. If you are a client and you don't know what the helicopter view is, then this article will make up for my lack of diligence. If not, and you do know what … Continue reading Helicopter View A Leadership Imperative
I believe that it’s best to prepare for transitions by doing a small, DIY, vision quest. Your vision is in question during transition times and there's no use pretending that your standard goal setting process is going to get you through a period of uncertainty. Instead, you need a strong vision. There are three points … Continue reading A Personal DIY Urban Vision Quest For Covid Times
A store manager has the store’s best interest at heart, no matter what they say, they better do good for the store or they get fired. A product manager has the product at heart, they might say they care, but do they? It’s mostly marketing hype A sales manager gets paid for sales, so, when … Continue reading Nobody Trusts a Manager
Happiness doesn’t motivate people, but the lack of it does. So, managers focus on making people happy because they want to eliminate the “de-motivators.” Making people happy really helps, because unhappiness really does cause people to struggle. The problem is, with unhappiness gone, most people don’t have a real motive to go forward. Begin with … Continue reading “WHAT FUTURE DO YOU WANT TO CAUSE?”
Nature never grows in straight lines, and neither do we. We accelerate sometimes, slow down in others. We grow as people at the border of support and challenge, and sometimes that’s not exactly as we planned it. Living and working in harmony with nature’s cycles is a great balancing act. When to accept things as … Continue reading You Rise to the Level of Your Own Incompetence. Recognising it is the key.
Anger Of all the blocks to happiness, anger and it’s associated emotions of hate and resentment are the worst and the most severe of these is anger and hate that is not conscious to the owner. This reveals itself in more subtle ways of criticism, impatience, short temper, control and negativity. Greed You can’t be … Continue reading Five things that get in the way of Your Happiness at Work