#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….
During Covid it is easy to feel a bit run down as we put on weight and feel somewhat uncertain about the future. You may even feel some vitality start to ebb from your body and put it down to tiredness. It’s not. But the real reason you may be experiencing lost vitality is because … Continue reading Vitality During Covid… and The Qi (key) to Life
My day began as normal. Woke early, perfect weather, out for a jog. Joined my partner in a cab downtown to a cafe for coffee and bagel. Our offices opened before most at 8am. Our staff, all thirty five of them trickled in after hangover cures or yoga or both. We were a fun office … Continue reading FROM SADNESS TO AWAKENING
You are in a new era. It may not feel like it but in a few years time they'll all look back and label this time you are in as the "era of individualism." Never before have we been so limited by the word "I" - both for the good and bad of it. Being … Continue reading Self Leadership in an Era of Individualism
In every interview, whether it be for a new job or a sport team you'll be asked to identify your greatest weakness. The reason that it's such an important message is obvious, it reveals the degree of your self awareness. A person who focusses on their strengths and doesn't know their weaknesses is dangerous. However, … Continue reading Finding Your Greatest Weakness
At around the age of 40-45 you'll start to think to yourself, "where am I going and should I make a shift?" The reason that it's an age thing is that your corporate / career trajectory starts to flatten out around 50 and whatever path you've chosen before then, is pretty much the path you're … Continue reading Navigating the Corporate Nightmare
Dear Friends, Are you planning to run a marathon, scale a mountain, swim some rough waters, undertake a cycling adventure, or participate in a fun run or walk, or know anyone that is? If so, why not do so in the name of SCAI and ask people to support Kanchan and the 85 other children … Continue reading A small challenge and help raise funds to keep Kanchan and 85 other children in Nepal with their families!
Life is one long series of never ending transitions. Moving from one job to another, from one boss to another, from one love to another, from one sport to another, from one age to another. Transitions are life. Nature, and therefore you, never move in straight lines. You must already know this about life. Your … Continue reading Transitions
Arrange your life so that mental health does not become a hindrance. Adhere to the laws of balance in all your mental activity. See that be getting elated to will breed a depression. Acknowledge that righteousness, the idea that you are right, is the cause of all mental diseases. Breakthrough your expectations. Expectations are the … Continue reading Life Balance – Mental Health
CHRIS WALKER: AUSTRALIA'S AND PROBABLY THE WORLD'S LEADER IN SELF-LEADERSHIP Over 35 years of coaching with famous people and companies (You would know them)18 years international professional speakerCulture change consultant to Government of Canada and Fortune 100 firms 56 led adventures to Nepal Himalayas (Australia’s friend to Nepal)3000+ speaking engagements (from Calgary to Kalgoorlie) Worked … Continue reading THOUGHT LEADER
J.Walter Thompson just released a significant and expensive report on the "Single Age" in which they link individualism, with a massive trend for people to remain single for life. They write: "Individualism is on the rise, bringing with it a new set of values. In an age defined less and less by traditionalism and more … Continue reading Individualism – A New Era for Self Management in Business.
I am standing on a narrow ledge, the wind is strong, my grip is small, the drop is huge and life threatening. One single doubt will throw my balance. Let my doubts be cleared.Christopher Walker In a search to conserve the Energy with you, the emphasis is not on questioning but on doubt. “Let my … Continue reading Beyond Doubt