There is always a tension between seeing injustice and doing something about it. I often find myself in conversations with high achievers and watch them in single focus doing what they do best and avoiding much of what makes us complete as human beings. Myself being completely guilty of such frustrations doing what I love only to see weeds appear out of nowhere. I didn’t plant the weeds, I didn’t water the… Read More

At some point in life all humans face the dread of white noise polluting their every thought. White Noise is that menacing feeling that invades our thought life from clarity. Some people can be so effected by worry that it paralysis them from moving forward in a positive way. A friend of mine has a drone and it was so fascinating watching it manoeuvre ever so carefully and skilfully above us. Equipped… Read More

No matter how much we try to improve our lives, at some point, it will end in the ground. The modern world in many ways has turned us into modern slaves. The clock keeps ticking and we can’t keep up with it. UNLESS we master our lives again. What’s the difference between a slave and a master. The slave is forever under the demand (fearful demand) of another order given. The master… Read More

There is no doubt about it, I love what I do. I have a passion to see people prosper in every way and I love property, equally seeing how I can add value. When first meeting people, it’s not uncommon to put our best foot forward and project the best version of us. The best version of us may be our current success or perhaps hide our failures so we don’t get… Read More

SOLD OUT TICKETS FOR A BUSINESS BREAKFAST. First time in my association with the Swan Chamber of Commerce since my involvement in 2007 have we had to stop the ticket sales. We’ve doubled our attendance over the last couple of years, but this breakfast was something else. John was the guest speaker in the DISRUPTIVE LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST SERIES, held by the Swan Chamber of Commerce on Sept 17th in the heart of… Read More

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