I'm discovering the beauty of Te Ao Maori: Here's my pepeha - a work in progress...
Ko Tangi Te Keo te māunga
Ko Poneke ki te tonga te moana
Ko iwi katoa tōku iwi
Ko hoa me te whanau tōku hapū
Nō Poneke ahau
Ko Christine rāua ko Michael ōku mātua
Ko Peter tōku ingoa
My mountain is Mt Victoria
My water is the south coast of Wellington
My tribe is all people
My sub-tribe is my friends and family
I am from Wellington
My parents are Christine and Michael
My name is Peter
That's a picture and some words. Here's some more of me:
There's so much that I am a part of creating and sharing. I love honest feedback and co-creation - I'd love you to be involved if there's something you resonate with here!
A viral wellbeing tool
Don’t go back to sleep / A proven, viral peer-peer wellbeing tool that you can use with a friend
My friend Rupert calls me every day and asks me yes/no questions. Then I call him back and ask him yes/no questions. It takes 15 minutes each day and is transforming our lives.
This is the story of how a leadership development tool developed and tested with 1000’s of international executives can be used extremely effectively for growing the wellbeing and leadership ability of you, your family and friends, your colleagues, employees, community and your country.
What people have said about co-creating with me
Example: what I learn about commitment as co-founder of Limber Office informs my personal relationships and the commitment I bring to mindfulness or web consulting work.
Example: what I learn about communication from writing poetry brings clarity to relationships with the people I work with.
Example: a common problem I experience and notice in other organisations and people is a fear of reaching out for help and support. This is a big part of the high NZ suicide rate - 606 Kiwis last year weren't able to reach out for the support they needed. I've included a requests page here to prototype and model what positive requests for support look like.
Integrity, effort, kindness, mindfulness (and many more values) are central to all aspects of my life.