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Reducing Presenteeism

Coming to work mentally or emotionally distracted by domestic and personal matters is inevitable. We are not monks, we are human. Human beings cannot compartmentalise physical or emotional pain. We can compartmentalise mental and spiritual pain. Which is why the nature based skills of handling emotional and physical pain are a great investment for any … Continue reading Reducing Presenteeism

Innerwealth

  Innerwealth is this: For many years I have consulted to and helped people who are keen to work as effectively as possible. The most successful people I have mentored have consciously become moved by an expansive vision. They are fascinated by life and driven to experience it fully. They respond well to change although they do not necessarily … Continue reading Innerwealth

Be Inspired (by nature)

Your true nature is inspired. Being connected to nature is a vital part of your relationship with your own true nature - being inspired.  A human being can never be greater than nature. All religions are humble to nature. If nature chooses to turn left, the entire universe turns too. If you want to live … Continue reading Be Inspired (by nature)

An Inspiring Life – Beyond Leadership to Really Adding Value

In the mountains there is no such thing as "#leadership" - there is simply someone who can get you to the top with the least probability of failure. It's not a disrupter, an influencer, a good idea. No, it's a certainty that comes to the group and they follow. If that person becomes nervous, unsure, … Continue reading An Inspiring Life – Beyond Leadership to Really Adding Value

Distilling the Essence of Good Living – Self-Leadership without the Rhetoric

My teachings are pretty simple: there are seven areas of life: spiritual, familial, social, career, financial, mental, physical. Have love in each one area, do not place the burden of love only on your loved ones because at is an energy vacuum on them. Instead, bring home the love, from whatever you do and give, … Continue reading Distilling the Essence of Good Living – Self-Leadership without the Rhetoric

Daily Hint to Stay Inspired

Expand your way out of challenge. We are nature, hence, we can learn to deal with the ups and downs of life through observing how nature handles certain situations. Today, it's challenge we're observing. Nature expands out of trouble. What grows back after a disaster is always greater, more resilient, more magnificent, than what existed … Continue reading Daily Hint to Stay Inspired

Do what you love and love what you do

Change is a wonderful thing. Applied to technology or safety, it's the key to the wellbeing of the planet and the business' that thrive on it. However, when change is mis-applied to people and jobs, it turns to its darker side. This article, written by a dyslexic mountaineer, explains why: Come with me on a … Continue reading Do what you love and love what you do