For a long time now I’ve been asked to speak to many groups and organisations around the world about my journey of 100 Things. Thankfully I never take this for granted and having just returned this week from Singapore where I delivered my keynote to 850 delegates of a large financial firm, I have to say that I don’t think there is a better feeling in the world than making a positive difference to someone else.
Thankfully 100 Things has now far outgrown what was once the journey of just one man and his list. What is clear is that it now focuses on the mechanics (the magic!) behind it. Being the most average person you’re likely to meet, the secret to 100 Things is not any particular ability that I have, it’s actually due to a set of beliefs, methods and mindsets that over time Ive strengthened and developed. We all have this potential, it’s just a matter of activating it.
With this in mind, you may already know that I’ve newly developed a weekend program that explores these concepts at a deeper level than just a 60 minute keynote presentation- I call it the 100 Things Experience. Taking place on March 28, 29 & 30 in Manly (Sydney), I’m excited to share that the course (and activities) will be supplemented with sessions led by leading psychologist Tahnee Schulz as well as Steve Mursa, a unique health practitioner specialising in Applied Kinesiology, Neuro-Emotional Release Techniques (NET), and Nutrition and Detoxifying. Based on theory and practical activities taken straight from my own journey of 100 Things, the 100 Things Experience will helps to empower people to be and do everything they desire. After all, life is our only opportunity to live so we should all be doing the things that make us happy.
With limited spots left, if you think that this is something that would benefit you (or someone you know) and help you turn your thoughts and dreams into a reality, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and I will personally call you to discuss further.
It’s going to be a lot of fun!
100 Things… What’s on your list?