This vicious creature so resembles our little moggie but the difference is he could easily tear your arms off and eat them for lunch.
But in all of us there is a little part that needs companionship and a few cuddles! Try to find it!
The original video posted here had to be taken down as too many people were enjoying it…
This is the only way to train.
If only we could all be this cool when we’re sweating and panting!
I bet he takes his music more seriously than his workouts!
According to Marriott Edgar “Now Albert had heard about lions, How they were ferocious and wild, And to see Wallace lying so peaceful, Well… it didn’t seem right to the child” Well those that know what happened next are rightly justified in keeping clear of all lions or in fact any big cat.
But … if you dont engage with the big beasts all you get is something uninspiring and tedious so sometimes we have to push outside of our considered comfort zone until it becomes our comfort zone.
In the video below you will see how engaging with the dangerous can reap enormous rewards.
In business do we always take the easy route a bit like water or do we look for the right route, the gut feeling route, the route that satisfies and makes us happier and more content?
I believe that everyone is capable of so much more if only they would just take a deep breath and dive right in thats not to say you put your head in the lions mouth but take a look at the video below
We have all heard the concept that we have two ears and one mouth and that we should use them in that ratio. I came across this speech given by Julian Treasure on TED in JUne 2013 – I only wished I had found it earlier as anyone who gives speeches or presentations will tell you all of this is absolute gold. So much so that I am now reading his book “Sound Business” which gives an insight into how and why we can use sound to our advantage listen like and learn…