Finding Motivation During Difficult Times

During this challenging time that we are going through as a global family, I see in myself and others a decreased level of motivation.  If you look up the original meaning it of the word it emphasizes movement; or ‘to move’.  I see in myself and others less movement. The word burnout is being used more frequently as well as resilience.  It would also seem like we have even higher levels of stress and anxiety than ever before. Continue reading “Finding Motivation During Difficult Times”

Journey of Desire

Coming from the charismatic Christian environment I was exposed to some amazing spiritual experiences and practices as far back as I can remember.  I have parents that have been followers of the Way my entire life.  They remain an amazing example and inspiration to me.  I believe I am building on what I have learnt from them as well as the amazing experiences from childhood and early adulthood.  It has become a journey of desire. Continue reading “Journey of Desire”

Urgency Addiction

In my role as coach I tend to focus on reflection and insight.  I help individuals and leaders gain perspective in their life so that they can rejuvenate their focus and energy.  It is a shift away from urgency addiction. Renewed focus and energy ultimately leads to greater results.  It is not about creating more goals and targets, but taking a pause and Continue reading “Urgency Addiction”

CEO’s Have Only Three Things they Need to Do

Over the last 16 years or so I have worked with various CEO’s in various industries.  Some of them were at the helm of large corporates and others were pioneers of disruptive technology.  I have helped them understand the leadership imperative far beyond execution.  Our Newtonian world tells us that stuff is more important than being.

But we forget, we are human beings, not human doings. Continue reading “CEO’s Have Only Three Things they Need to Do”