Author: Chris Walker

Uniquely Australian, highly intuitive and inspired, Chris Walker is one of the world’s leading change agents, life coaches and retreat leaders. He has worked with executives, entrepreneurs and leaders throughout the world. Chris is on the forefront of radical personal development and change that inspires people to find purpose and to live in harmony with the Laws of Nature. His methods are dynamic, and direct. His work is gifted, heart-opening and inspirational.


Whether you are mountain climbing, playing with the children, running a triathlon or doing the gardening at home, Self-Leadership at work and outside work is the same. The better you are at it, the more you’ll get done and in less time. To ask “how do I get more done

Language. Talk and Self talk.

Every word we speak and every syllable we hear changes how we feel. The tone of speech as well as the words we choose have an affect upon the body through the power of feeling. For thousands of years, medicine relied on the concepts of vibration found inside and outside

Thinking Too Much Can Ruin a Great Relationship

Sometimes people feel they are missing out when they are in a relationship because even though the couple talks about everything, that home grown self therapy becomes the new definition of relationship, and they rightly feel that their life is not sexy or intimate anymore. This happens because we think

Being Strong

The Challenges In this image we see the oscillation of emotion. The upper emotion is balanced by the downer. (left is up and right is down) Addictions to uppers results in confrontations in downers. Our mission was to unhook those addictions to upper experiences and reframe the mission of life

The Chris Walker 3 Stages of Personal Development

The development of successful quality of life and outcomes that match ambition is a condition of three fundamental principles: We build human development on a solid foundation. Life Control, Mind Control and then Leadership. Leadership in any walk of life is associated with story. To tell great story one must

Don’t Mess with Nature

I’ve always wanted to help people be happy. I grew up in a violent home, so it’s sort of understandable that I’d have this mission in life. Certainly it made me quite averse to violence in any form, although, disliking it didn’t insulate me from it. In my first and

Come home from work with more energy than you left with… and get more done.

Examination of your ups and downs. Draw a line from the bottom left of a sheet to the top right. On the bottom left mark birth. Top right mark the work dream you love to achieve.. “CEO fortune 500” or “Olympic Gold” or “Write a best Selling Book” – across

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