March 19, 2013 • News
One of the speakers at the Proactive Accountants Network Annual conference here in New Zealand is Natalie Cook. Natalie is an Australian professional beach volleyball player, speaker and Olympic gold medallist. This afternoon we were at the gorgeous Hills Golf Course outside of Queenstown and took a moment to honor one another’s efforts (persistence, perseverance, patience and will) in life. Nat placed her Olympic gold medal around me and I placed my rudraksha mala, the one that Gurudeva (my guru) gave me when he initiated me as a monk, around her. Something I’ve never done before. And we posed for a photo in one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Natalie speaks on “Sustained Motivation” tomorrow, a topic that resonates well with what I spoke about sustaining change.
As we come to the end of the year I always like looking back and reflecting on how it went. So many people set resolutions at the start of the year and by the end of the year, they don’t even remember what the resolutions were nor have they even come close to achieving any…Read More
Since I released my Introduction to Meditation course in 2016, thousands of students from more than 130 countries around the world have gone through this training. Many students have shared with me they have a better understanding of how their mind works, a greater ability to focus and that they ...Read More
A couple of weeks ago I had the great honor of speaking at the 2017 World Knowledge Forum in Seoul, South Korea (17th to 19th October). The theme for the 18th anniversary of the World Knowledge Forum was “Inflection Point: Towards New Prosperity.” One of the most inspiring speakers at...Read More
Well, this is coming embarrassingly late. Every year in the first couple of weeks of January I do a review of the previous year. Needless to say I’m late with my “2016 in Review” but better late than never. I’m so grateful for all the opportunities I had last year, for the...Read More