Happy, Successful & Fulfilled

dynamic balance

Our success in life, and that’s in any and every part of our lives, is ruled by  the principal of dynamic balance. This dictates that we only survive and thrive by constantly being in tune with ourselves and in harmony with our environment. If you need an image – think of a surfer.

Your future, as an individual, in business, as part of a community, as a citizen of Planet Earth requires constant attention to detail .. your: needs, assets, behaviours, actions and habits as well as the nature of your (operating) environment, in other words the world “out there”.

To successfully navigate through the challenges and make the best of the opportunities in our lives we need to learn how to know ourselves ever more profoundly and harmonise with a changing evolving external reality: the sea can get rough and powerful one minute and placid and weak the next.

We all seek things as we progress through life: peace, security, happiness, fame, wealth, health, excitement and status to name a few. So understanding what is important to us at each stage and what the world currently requires, approves of, rewards and punishes is vital if we are to achieve what we want and need most.

And here is the thing that many people miss: The great power of the surfer does not come from themselves but from the wave they are riding, which itself is the manifestation of enormous forces way out to sea. When the surfer learns to understand the power and flow of the wave and develop their skill, WAM, they learn to travel further and faster than they ever believed possible.

So you want and need greater success in your life or some aspect of your life right now? …. Then it’s time you learned more about yourself and how the World around you really works. That World has so much to offer you and you have so much to offer it shouldn’t you get started?

Learning to ride the wave is a skill, and we can all learn to do it in our lives as individuals, as businesses, as communities and as a society. The rewards for those that commit to that pursuit are almost unimaginable.

If you want to learn how to ride life’s waves call 01506 670439 and enrol  on the next WAM 101 Programme.

What people are saying:

“Andy and I have worked for a year, initially to rediscover my true purpose and, then, to reapply it after 3 years in the wilderness of recession. These missions are accomplished and I am where I want to be, doing what I’m best at, building value for everyone involved with me, thanks in no small measure to the work that Andy and I have done together.”

David Llewelyn Edwards
Managing Director - CONRAD Farm Energy Limited

“I have been in contact with Andy since reading his book “9 Rules” and from him have learned much about how to build my own motivation and that of the teams I work with. Andy is a One-in-a-Million enthusiast and I can thoroughly recommend a generous dose of what he offers!”

Simon Dodds
Clinical Director, Healthcare System Architect, Consultant Surgeon
Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust

“I have had the great opportunity to work with Andy, on a recent Leadership project. Although this was the first time, I was completely at ease . Andy brings to the table a completely Honest, Open and Intuitive energy to the group.

“His ability to fully be present and inspire people with his personal stories leaves people spellbound. Andy , while being almost childlike in his creativity is also able to quickly switch hats and get down to process clarity with uncanny focus. His gift of being able to continuously learn from life and offer the invaluable lessons with complete openness has left me inspired. I have complete trust in him as a person and as a facilitator”.

Rhea D’Souza

Director - Paradigms Unlimited – Facilitating Leadership Perspectives


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