If you are interested in superconsciousness and exploring how to unlock infinite possibilities to change your thinking – you are in the right place…
Whether you are interested in discovering more about superconsciousness, learning about mental alchemy or simply curious to know more about the content here – please stay and look around for a while. There are lots of videos for you to watch, interesting articles for you to read and even some bite-size online courses for you to enjoy.
My main interest in spreading the word about mental alchemy is to continue the global awakening that is happening right now. In Vishen Lakhiani’s book The Code of The Extraordinary Mind he refers to the ‘Culturescape’ a place you and I have lived for years – indoctrinated and unquestioning of the culture and surroundings we live in. We are born innocent, humble, vulnerable and creative. We grow up with dogma’s – learning beliefs given and passed down by others. As Sir Ken Robinson so articulately describes it in his TED talk – we literally standardise learning and focus on exam passing education system.
I know many teachers personally and I know they are dedicated and committed to educating our future generations. However the confines of the system they are measured by and the way our education system is structured, continues to churn out a curriculum geared to an industrial age. There are some exceptions and many great initiatives in place to promote the arts, to structure learning to individuals, to accommodate interpersonal skills – but still not enough has been done to truly revolutionise the outdated and crumbling system.
In business terms we are surrounded by organisations that often dominate their sector or geographical area. Some of these organisations are truly remarkable in what they achieve; some are truly appalling at how they conduct business. Good examples of remarkable organisations are led by courageous leadership teams who lead with integrity, with high moral values and putting people ahead of profit (think: Co2 Bambu; Sunrise Banks; One PacificCoast Bank; Roshan – all of these organisations appeared in a Forbes article: The 10 Companies Considered ‘Best For The World’). All these examples are led with a community centric – some may say idealistic – vision.
Poor examples of organisations are abundant and you can probably think of many personal experiences of poor service, poor reputation for employment or poor financial management (let alone possible flaws in environmental disasters). Let’s take a hypothetical scenario of a financial services organisation, which has a poor record on unfair pay for females or lack of females in senior positions. Maybe this organisation has a poor record in relation to customer service (closing branches, losing critical data/cyber breaches or simply bad reputation built on years of failing to put customers first).
With such poor reputation how do they continue to make money?
One possible answer lies in how we measure success. When you Google ‘most admired companies’ the top hit is a Forbes.com list of the Top 10 Most admired. This list includes Apple (I use their products) and Amazon (I buy online using their platform). Both organisations have controversial financial dealings, poor reputations on employment and some would question the values and moral compass by which they navigate. However, I continue to use their products and services. Everyone has a choice – but maybe we have become so conditioned that we turn a blind eye for convenience or affordability.
“Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody’s going to know whether you did it or not.” Oprah Winfrey
What I’ve learnt in my career working with large organisations and solo-preneurs – putting people first is paramount to growth. I totally believe in the need to invest in your people to enable them to be the best version of themselves. Invest in yourself too – what experiences do you want to have each day, every year and in your lifetime? How do you want to grow in terms or your wisdom, knowledge, values and develop as a person. How will you show up and contribute to your community? These are all fundamental questions I work on with my clients to outline their personal goals.
Once you gain clarity on your own vision I then work with your team on how they can be the best version of themselves and function as the best team possible. Understanding team dynamics and improving communication is an obvious quest – essential to the effective functioning of a great team. This in turn leads to a great organisation -aligned and authentic in the vision to deliver based on core values.
You can find out more about the talks I deliver, the 1:1 coaching I provide, the consultancy I offer and the tailored training programs by staying around on this site…
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Damian – The Man
I am passionate about personal development and consider myself a life-long learner. This means I read a lot, listen to audio books and attend talks and workshops to continue my learning in different topics.
I have two adult sons. Conor is my eldest and he is a very talented graphic designer working on some amazing projects. In late 2017 he traveled around South-East Asia, returning in early 2018. He also loves to travel and we recently went on a road trip around northern Europe together.
My youngest son Ben is studying at University and also loves to travel. We have spent many Easter breaks on a christian pilgrimage to Lourdes in France. Ben is planning a big trip to America in late 2020, which I hope to join him on for part of the adventure.
There is a saying that everything happens for a reason. In January 2005 my life changed dramatically as a result of getting the diagnosis that Ben has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The universe has odd ways to guide us on our journey - I truly believe that my entire life has been a learning experience and it is yesterday's hurt that I am striving to defend against each new day…
I made two major decisions as a result of that diagnosis. The first, was to give up my corporate career to build a business that would offer more freedom and fulfillment - enabling me the flexibility to take time off when required. The second, was that I was fueled to help find a cure. I am a Life Member and was previously one of the Trustees of Action Duchenne. I still spend a considerable amount of time helping raise awareness and I am actively involved in building connections with the Duchenne community and supporting campaigns and lobbying parliament for investment into finding a cure.
Early in 2018 I founded a start up social enterprise to run workshops for adults living with DMD and for their family members. Adults and families living with DMD are three times more likely to be affected by mental illness. My vision is to support the DMD community with a range of services to enable them to Rise Up above the impact of the condition. You can find out more here: www.Rise-Up-4.org
When I am not working, raising money for charity or building connections, I am often out cycling, playing golf or reading and attending lectures and personal development seminars.
I have spent most of my life living and working in the South East of England, plus short spells living and working in both Suffolk and Ireland.
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