Just Read It – Book of the Month October 2018

Shoe Dog - Phil Knight - Hari Kalymnios - The Thought Gym

Just read it. That’s what I say. My book of the month for October 2018 is one I read while in Cyprus over the summer. One of a handful of books I’ve ever read that I call ‘un-put-down-able’!  Seriously.  It’s called Shoe Dog. It’s the story of the early years of NIKE. The athletic and…

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Getting Things Done – Easily

Productivity - Hari kalymnios - the thought gym

Getting things done easily at work or elsewhere. It can be a chore. I remember when I used to work in the corporate world that getting things done, getting permission, especially if they were to change long held processes or ways of doing things was a definite challenge.  Even if it would benefit the organisation.…

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Podcast Interview on I Am CEO Podcast with Gresham Harkless

I-am-CEO-Podcast-Hari-Kalymnios

Here’s my interview on the I AM CEO podcast with Graham Harkless   Originally appeared on this website: https://iamceo.co/2018/09/10/059-consultant-speaker-trainer-helps-leaders-feel-superhuman/   SHOW NOTES   Hari Kalymnios is a consultant, speaker and trainer on mindset, resilience, wellbeing and how to feel SUPERHUMAN. He helps leaders become better self-leaders by improving their energy and vitality levels so they can…

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How to Be Superhuman Podcast | Interviewed by Petra Velzeboer

This is the video and audio interview on a podcast I was on recently.     TedX Speaker and thought leader who started his career in the London stock exchange, learned over time that if we want to be superhuman (the ultimate best version of ourselves), we need to have the physical and mental energy…

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The Power of Rituals and Overcoming Difficult Times

Hari Kalymnios Rituals and Routines

I discuss the power of rituals and how to overcome difficult times in this short except from a talk I gave at Watkins Book Store for the release of my latest book – Working Well: What You Need to Know to Live a Longer, Happier, Healthier Life.  We only really have control of our schedule…

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Book of the Month – April – Working Well: What You Need to Know to Live a Longer, Healthier, Happier Life

Working Well Book

This month’s book of the month is actually my latest wellbeing book – Working Well: What You Need to Know to Live a Longer, Healthier, Happier Life. I’ve written this with a co-author, Andrew Sharman, who is a world leader when it comes to leadership in the health & safety sector with clients ranging from…

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January Book of the Month – The ONLY Personal Development book you need to read

How Life Works - Andrew Matthews

I’ve been in personal development for some time now, and read countless books. Recently a friend of mine gave me this book and I was surprised I’d not come across it before. Essentially this no-nonsense book gets straight to the point on all manner of how life works questions and topics that are ubiquitous in…

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Why New Years Resolutions (and Goals) FAIL!

Why Resolutions Fail

January and another new years resolution or year goal for you? Likely to succeed? Unfortunately most people have already given up their goals and resolutions by 1 – 3 months into them (and not stuck them out to completion). We see it all the time in the gym and dieting industry. A new year, a…

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Success After 40

Success After 40

Success after 40. Many believe that if you’re not super successful by 30 or 40, there is no hope. Well, recently I turned 40, so I choose not to believe that. Truth is, I never even imagined as a teenager what it would be like to get to this age. I also (mistakingly it would…

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Decisions Making: How to Make Decisions – Full Simple Process

Decisions Making

Decision making 101. How to make decisions effectively and effortlessly. I actually filmed a video on this in March 2014, but I don’t think I ever wrote a blog on it. Decision Making Many people really suffer from making decisions. We’re so scared of making the wrong one. We’re so used to others making them…

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