How I became a public speaker — and what I did to get there
Q&A is usually my favourite part of any stage appearance. Last week, there was a question that threw me off, however. “What did you do to...
Mar 29, 2022 / Read More
5 jobs every young person should have
I had a number of jobs as a child and as a teenager. Some I chose and they came naturally to me. Others I detested and their value to my ...
Feb 17, 2022 / Read More
The Best pps in 2022 for Creative & Task Productivity
“What apps do you use for time management, better productivity, organising your thoughts” are questions I get asked a lot. Keying ‘time m...
Jan 19, 2022 / Read More
Why I sell Lego on Saturday mornings — working to your strengths, not on your weaknesses
Saturday night at the Henry residence in London. At a time of year where night and day interface through various shades of gloom and grey...
Aug 18, 2020 / Read More
How (not) to sell online. 6 unsavoury sales types we have all encountered
While social media has become more and more important in terms of relationship building, it is now wrongly interpreted as a sales tool in...
Aug 13, 2020 / Read More
No fear of being judged? You are a winner
I was recently asked why I do so much free work for Universities while turning down corporate speaker gigs. The short answer is I don’t h...
Aug 13, 2020 / Read More
Common sense things to do to reduce your carbon footprint
I had a scintillating conversation on the topic of sustainable eating habits with a vegetarian friend. “I am torn”, she said. “I have jus...
May 29, 2020 / Read More
Habits of the world’s most successful – easy to implement?
Have you ever gone to a great conference, watched a life changing documentary or attended a fantastic training? Did you think to yourself “wow, so much good stuff – I will revisit my notes and start implementing some serious change!” – only for that motivation and excitement to fizzle out by the end of the week?
The issue with all big changes is that for them to become a part of your life they need to become a habit. They need to be daily muscle memory just like brushing your teeth. A change takes 17 days to take hold and a habit takes approximately 60 days to form. That is why Empowermotion is a 70-80 day programme. We’ll make sure the key habits stay with you long after you have completed the training.
The Empowermotion curriculum is built on 15 years of stage-, sports- and corporate performance experience. It was always intended to be easy to understand and implement, effective in its outcome. Everyone you meet, whether it be a coach or a specialist speaker is someone with real life experience from similar challenges to yours. Real people working in real organisations with plenty of work and career experiences. Or in other words: no tools that we do not actively use ourselves.
We knew that our programme would be effective from day one. What we could never have imagined is that our alumni describe the curriculum as life changing. Our participants find the journey genuinely enjoyable. Most of the programme graduates continue operating as a high performance peer group after we conclude our final session.