Using the ‘Back On Track’ framework to manage life change, business and career transitions

People doing what they love with an inspired vision, building teams, sharing keys to health  and performance.  It's a changing world and great opportunity exists for those who are prepared to develop the skills of flexibility, harmony, balance and vision. More than amassed capital, technology or knowledge it is the development of adaptive, creative and aware work … Continue reading Using the ‘Back On Track’ framework to manage life change, business and career transitions

Thousands of Years of Wisdom Distilled through 35 Years of Trial and Error

Uniquely Australian, highly intuitive and inspired, Chris Walker is on the forefront of radical personal development and change that inspires people to find purpose and to live in harmony with the Laws of Nature. His methods are dynamic, and direct. His work is gifted, heart-opening and inspirational. The process Chris embraces can be confrontational, but … Continue reading Thousands of Years of Wisdom Distilled through 35 Years of Trial and Error

The Book – Innerwealth

The opportunities to make a difference in the world exist within the boundaries of our own lives, professional and personal. Those changes are fundamental to the success of individuals and their business. Access is available to step beyond the academic, to put people in touch with their true and heartfelt inspirations and provide opportunity for … Continue reading The Book – Innerwealth

Why Nature Is Vital To Corporate and Community Wellbeing

Are our measures of poverty and well-being too narrow? Judith Schleicher and Bhaskar Vira from Cambridge's Conservation Research Initiative think so. Writing for The Conversation, they argue that we should include access to nature in these measures. Without nature, humans could be neither healthy nor happy. And yet the natural world can be completely ransacked … Continue reading Why Nature Is Vital To Corporate and Community Wellbeing

Consulting

For 25 years now, Christopher Walker has been a consultant, originally a consultant on global environment and corporate change, Christopher realised his inspiration to inspire the individual. For the past 15 years Christopher Walker has been a professional speaker, using his knowledge in environment management (or the laws of nature) and corporate change, Christopher has … Continue reading Consulting

How Being in Nature Can Potentially Make a Difference

Lets face it: the world we live in can be a mighty stressful place. While some level of stress in your life is inevitable, it’s important to recognize that stress levels have a distinct impact on our bodies. Everything that you experience (and this includes what you see, hear and feel) throughout the day has … Continue reading How Being in Nature Can Potentially Make a Difference

Nature and You

Have you ever been awed by the beauty of a mountain or ocean? Have you ever been excited to see a wild animal in its natural habitat? Have you ever stopped to admire a lovely flower or tree? If so, you will understand how nature can impact our wellbeing. By nature, we mean the natural world … Continue reading Nature and You

Business Development for The Outdoorsy Person

Not everybody wants to listen to emotionally charged rhetoric by hyped up adrenalin fed American speakers. Some people want to learn from nature and embrace that in their lives as a pretty damn good metaphor for good living. Me too. If you are an outdoorsy person, and you do believe in personal growth without the … Continue reading Business Development for The Outdoorsy Person

Watching nature programs makes you happier: BBC study

Watching nature programs will have a direct and uplifting impact on the mood and well-being of its viewers, according to a new study released by BBC Earth, the BBC’s global factual brand. Original Article Here “The Real Happiness Project,” which aims to promote the benefits of connectivity with nature via linear and digital platforms, was … Continue reading Watching nature programs makes you happier: BBC study