CHRIS WALKER

Chris Walker CEO of Innerwealth, Human Development Specialist using the ‘Back On Track’ framework to manage life improvement and business culture change.

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INSPIRED COACHING WITH CHRIS WALKER

  • Learn the keys to inspire yourself and others beyond fear, doubt and motivation
  • Clear modelling for constantly improving your Vision/Inspiration/Purpose plan for the future
  • Understand people and human nature completely/powerfully including yourself
  • Beyond Blame - Take your power back - be 100% self-responsible
  • Best relationship and family dynamic protected from your work stress/worry
  • Recognise the total human dynamic and avoid false thinking and bad private internalisations
  1. Book a free session 1 hour with Chris here
  2. Absolute Certainty Intense 30 Days VIP Back on Track Program with Chris - Innerwealth
  3. Evolving Your Destiny Powerful Nature Based Ongoing Mentor/Coaching with Chris
  4. On the Top of the World with Chris Walker. Nepal Himalayas Corporate Retreat

About Chris

Chris Walker, CEO of Innerwealth Consulting Global, is a highly intuitive and inspired individual. Australian born, Chris holds an M.B.A  from the Australian Graduate School of management along with a BE in Environmental Science. He has published 22 books on Innerwealth and business self leadership.

Chris spends significant periods of study in India, Nepal, where he has guided 58 trips to Mt Everest Base Camp and surrounding areas, Bhutan and Tibet studying yoga and meditation. His Transition Consultancy blends both East and West to bring a more sustainable and potent response to the technological and human demands of our times.

As a successful entrepreneur Chris created and implemented the Back on Track - Total Human Awareness Transition management technologies in his own business' and has since consulted to over 3,000 individual leaders and their business' in personal and professional transition management. Chris has also done significant philanthropic work helping Indigenous communities transition.

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