Jungian Sandplay
Life Design
  • Connecting with what matters in adversityon connecting with what we value and what is important to us in adversity
  • Designing Your LifeBill Burnett and Dave Evans on how design thinking can help individuals create a well-lived and joyful life
  • IkigaiGarcia and Miralles on interviews with residents of Ogimi, the Japanese village with the highest percentage of 100 year olds in the world on their secret to a long and happy life
  • Integrative Life PlanningSunny Hansen’s six critical tasks or life themes for a holistic approach to planning one’s life course
  • The riddle of experience vs memoryDaniel Kaheman, father of behavioural economics and Nobel prize winner on decision making and the experiencing self and the remembering self
  • The Top Five Regrets of the DyingBronnie Ware on the most common regrets expressed by the people she cared for as a palliative nurse
  • What makes a good life? Robert Waldinger, Director of the Harvard Study of Human Development on the study’s findings on what makes a good life
  • Don’t Give Up!Jack Ma on failures in his life and his advice for success to young people
  • GritAngela Lee Duckworth on grit as a significant success predictor
  • Growth MindsetCarol Dweck on the power of “Yet” and Developing a Growth Mindset
  • Hardwiring HappinessRick Hanson, neuroscientist on how to hardwire our brains for happiness
  • MindshiftBarbara Oakley on breaking through obstacles to learning to discover your hidden potential
  • The fringe benefits of failure JK Rowling at the 2008 Harvard Commencement on her education and career choices, what she learnt from failure and the value of imagination
  • Narrative CoachingWhat is Narrative Coaching and what is unique about Narrative Coaching
Team Building and Organisational Performance