Part of my journey in becoming a keynote speaker has been the reflection and understanding that my unique and somewhat extreme experiences have raised, formulated and subsequently reinforced in me the importance of trust in my livelihood. In every direction I look the more I realise the importance trust holds in our various worlds, whether it be business or life.READ MORE
Do you want to get healthier this year, but not quite sure of how to do it? It's easy to get focused on the wrong thing with all the misinformation out there, or to ignore areas of your life that may in fact have considerable impact on your health and wellbeing.
Making vague resolutions to eat less sugar or do more exercise really won't cut it. Get more focused, set proper goals and feel the difference to how you feel this year. Here are 5 tips to set you on a healthier path this year.READ MORE
Though the message often gets submerged in our workaholic culture, it’s okay to just want a break. Taking a vacation is a wonderful way to reconnect with yourself and your loved ones. Breaks build resilience, helping you to perform better when you return, and they allow you a space for reflection and insight. If you want a vacation and can afford to take one, you probably should.
That being said, for the sake of your physical and mental health, it's important to be able to tell the difference between wanting and needing a break. In my years spent working with leaders, I've noticed that exhaustion can take on many forms and not all of these forms are commonly recognised or addressed… But all of them can lead to severe consequences if ignored. It's therefore essential to learn how to separate these feelings of deep tiredness from an uncomplicated desire to kick back and relaxREAD MORE
Lisa has an extraordinary gift to communicate, connect and shift behaviour. Raised in a family of sporting professionals, she grew up surrounded by achievers from around the country and around the world. Observing the traits of high achievers, she set out to understand why they were different to most others. This took her on a journey that would immerse her in Sports Psychology and Human Performance.
After twenty-five years connecting with corporations and business people, Lisa knows what it takes for people to change – to change direction, change attitude, change behaviour and change outcomes. Lisa is a Performance expert and a master of shifting behaviour. She enables individuals to become better team players (and potential leaders) by discarding negative habits and building on their strengths.
She also knows that how we learn is a key component to the speed of our progress. Lisa has developed a unique process of teaching her principles. Her fast-paced keynote presentations take her audience on a journey; a participative experience where they are challenged to try a different way of thinking and influencing. She inspires people to grow.
This past month I had the extraordinary privilege of speaking at the 10th Annual PCOA event on the Gold Coast about The Future of Events.
As someone who has hosted more than 2000 sessions in over 45 cities worldwide, this is clearly something that is close to my heart, so we brought our A game and created a unique research packet that captures leading insights, stats and commentary on exactly what it takes to make an event resonate in the hearts and minds of people long after it is done.READ MORE
We recently brought our new show, The World is Better Than You Think, to the PCOA Conference on the Gold Coast. What an event! A room full of some of Australia's top event organisers, in a beautiful location, and probably the largest screen we've ever seen. Plus the food. Oh my god the food.READ MORE
While the Internet and online research tools have made researching speakers easier too many options make it much harder to decipher which speakers are ‘world class’ and which speakers are the ‘wannabes’!
Lets face it…we are in an age where anyone can claim to be a speaker, influencer or game changer. How can you tell the difference, and how do you ensure you are investing in a speaker that has the skills and the profile to deliver the right solution for your next conference or event?READ MORE
Meaning is very quickly becoming the most powerful driver of engagement, fulfilment and performance in the workplace.
The movement towards meaning has been bubbling away for some time, but it’s still pretty misunderstood. A few years ago a major report from the Career Advisory Board made a couple of eye-opening findings. When asked, managers felt the most important factor for millennials was securing a high-paying job. But when that question was asked to millennials themselves - money was secondary. For millennials, meaningful work was the single most important factor in defining a successful career.READ MORE
In the years since my solo voyage around the world, I’ve had the incredible privilege of meeting a wide range of sports stars, from surfers to cricketers and rugby players. What’s more, I’ve been lucky enough to spend time with and count myself friends with a crowd who have an impressive appetite for pain, suffering and isolation: adventurers. And I’ve come to an interesting revelation about this crowd of overachievers: they are very often not the gung-ho, adrenaline junkies you might expect. Many have overcome fears to achieve what they have.READ MORE
In today’s fast paced world of instant communication, short deadlines, e-mail, text, online chat, social media, speed networking and deal-making, I think we can all agree that the old fashioned art of relationship-building has been somewhat diminished in its importance, if not lost altogether?READ MORE
“Sometimes people want to shop. And sometimes people want to go shopping.” Tim Kobe is the lead designer behind the Apple store and we talked at length about the future of retail when we met at the World Retail Congress in Dubai earlier this year.READ MORE
Gym memberships, fruit packs and on-site massages are old news. Pedometers, mindfulness and in-house yoga classes will not be far behind.
Yet, despite constantly evolving technologies, we are seeing constantly declining worker and workplace health. How so? What’s ahead? How do we embrace technological and digital advancement without destroying the foundations of individual and collective health – connection to Mother Nature and even more importantly, interpersonal relationships and human connections?READ MORE
Lately there has been a lot of TV and online discussion about athletes “transitioning” to a life after sport. Some say more should be done to assist our sports stars to make sure the move from sport to life, is easy, supported and managed by the federation, admiration or team that the athlete represented; others are of the opinion that an athlete retiring from sport to a life in “the real world” is just like a university student needing to find a job after they get a degree from years of study, focus and sacrifice. Basically, just get on with it.READ MORE
There are some marketing consultants out there who like to make marketing very complex. Lots of words, lots of pages, lots of complexity. Whereas I like to make it simple. And let’s face it, if we make marketing too complicated, how will the poor old target market ever be able to follow it?
I think there are really only three steps to any good marketing strategy:READ MORE