Posts Tagged ‘Slider’

For the first time in planet history, I have created a nature-based process for determining your values. Sure, it’s less intellectually stimulating, but it has proven accurate—more accurate than most of the existing academic processes. And it’s really going to be very, very important in the quality of your work life over the next five […]

Resilience is a gift, but if it means just fighting off trouble, it is an automatic problem. Like “saving for a rainy day” has an expectation built into it. If you are not perfect already how will you ever be perfect? The habit of chasing is also the habit of causing, expecting and measuring. Nothing […]

I take my clients to Nepal for coaching, but not everyone has the time. So we go sailing, bike riding, walking, swimming, fishing, kayaking and more. Getting people outdoors for life coaching is unique and important. Getting away from the hustle and bustle of city life can be done in a park or a river, […]

When my father came back from the war, he got a job for about $4 a week. (in those days it was quite good pay). He put $1 a week into an insurance policy for us three kids just in case something went wrong. It did go wrong. And when we turned eighteen years old, […]

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 check develop more certainty, personal balance and vision. Aim to improve quality of your life. You’ll need to demonstrate: Three core ingredients of all great […]

The single key to success in life is understanding leadership. What makes a great leader, makes a great parent. What makes a great leader makes a great friend. It’s all connected. However, it’s all a matter of scale. What you can do for one person, or a family, you cannot do for 50 or 10,000. […]

Positive Self talk is essential to success. Words matter. The way we talk to each other matters, but the way we talk to ourselves is even more critical. The most important conversations we have are the ones that take place in our heads. This constant, internal dialogue, what psychologists call “self talk,” isn’t just idle […]

When you say “I am stressed” and it is from your highest priority one could agree, this is really important to be stressed about. But when you are stressed by the kids tennis, or your dentist appointment or picking up the car from the cleaner, you reveal a rather sad truth. If you are working […]

It is really important to recognise that there's a vast difference between an easy life and a balanced one. If you are looking for "balance" that makes your life easy, then good luck with it, that just doesn't exist. If however, you are looking for more productive, more enjoyable, better communication, turning up at home [...]

It’s not just what you think but how you think that matters When we climb in the mountains, paddle an ocean ski, swim the ocean or ride our road bikes, mental health is essential. There’s a no bull approach in the outdoor world but that doesn’t always translate to the indoors of work and love. […]

Mental and emotional health, the two core elements of life satisfaction, are more easily achieved if you turn off the computer, get outside, sit under a tree and reconnect with nature. 99% of all the advice you get from friends who have done a few weeks of therapy or a self help workshop/yoga retreat is […]

Welcome to Sunday thoughts.... My amazing client (they are all amazing really) mentioned that in conversations with me he loves to "UNPACK" his thoughts. It's a beautiful thing because for the most part, his commitments to work, family, spirituality, health and financial strength take priority over musing about the hidden recesses of his mind. And [...]

The overriding purpose of Innerwealth coaching is to help you navigate your “life” and by defining “life” as all seven areas of life, it means all aspects. This is an important distinction between Innerwealth coaching and conventional one or two dimensional guidance. Your career is impacted by and impacts your relationship, they cannot be navigated […]

I spend an incredible amount of time alone. Always have. I don’t enjoy crowds or groups, I prefer to speak to an audience than to be in one. I love ocean paddling where I’m all alone and I ride a bike, even in a peloton I ride at the back of the pack. Being alone […]

When the wealthy tycoon died, someone asked, “how much did he leave?” and the answer came, “everything.” I think we forget this and in the course of our lives start to worry about the livelihood of those we leave behind. This is nice. However, there are some things we hang onto that don’t serve us […]

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 hands “Who thinks this company […]

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 lowest common denominator make it […]

There is no better metaphor for excellence than weight lifting. A 73Kg person from China has the world record for clean and jerk of 169 kg… more than twice their body weight. For Women, 71kg person, 152 kg. The difference is negligible. For the unlimited weight person, men, the record is 265 kg, for women […]

Separated from nature I am whole. I feel whole at least. Four walls define me. I am wealthy because my bank defines me so. I am healthy, because I do nothing to interrupt my experience of it. I am good because I do nothing more than watch TV and eat. So easy is life when […]

Here’s a story about romance, spirituality and love. Infatuation attracts us to someone. To the level of infatuation that attracts us to someone, there will be the resentment to push us away. Infatuation breeds resentment. How we react to this post honeymoon infatuation depends on our constitution. An ether person will live in fantasy and […]