July 26

How to Expand your Thinking Daily

Learning things the hard way
I have no regrets. My life has been and continues to be the only life I wish to have had. What I’ve learnt along the way, as I’ve truly deeply plumbed the depths of the human condition, mostly by trial and error.

I’ve been blessed to choose a career to share wisdom. 

What I share is what I know to be true. And I can honestly say, “I’ve learnt nothing from books.”

Life, teachers, guru’s and friends have provided me the lessons, while the wisdom to solve those lessons has come from a commitment to hold my heart open, even in hell.

Success and love and happiness and health - the result of this open heart require this wisdom. Some of which I wish I had known without the expensive cost of experience.

This deck is the first half of the 100 things I wish I’d known at the beginning of the journey. I hope they save you time.
With Spirit Chris

Christopher Walker


Chris Walker, CEO of Innerwealth Consulting. Chris is a highly intuitive and inspired individual. Australian born, Chris holds an M.B.A  from the Australian Graduate School of management along with a BE in Environmental Science. Chris has spent significant periods of study in India, Nepal, and Tibet studying Yoga and meditation. His change consultancy blends both East and West to bring a more sustainable and potent response to the technological demands of our times. As a successful entrepreneur Chris implemented transformational management technologies in his own business and has since consulted to over 3,000 individual leaders in personal and professional change management. The focus of Chris change technology is a unique emphasis on deeper human values linked to business performance.

The result of Chris Consulting in culture change is happier individuals, more compassionate working environments and more inspired leadership. a modern answer to a modern day problem Corporate enlightenment is truly inspirational. Chris is based in Sydney, Australia.

Chris Walker

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