Feeling flat, bored, uninspired, lacking motivation? Chances are you've lost your mojo. Mojo is that spark which, if you have it, is the difference between having just a good day and a great day. If you lose your mojo you're not firing on all cylinders. You know you have it when you think, 'this has been a great day'. Who Stole My Mojo provides a common sense approach for anyone who needs a kick start in their life. Whether it's lifestyle, diet, exercise, relationships, work challenges or the ability to get out of bed a half hour earlier in the morning, Who Stole My Mojo is about the thinking required to put the zest back into your life. Who Stole My Mojo is real, its accessible, its practical and its loaded with true life tips and tools from real people who have been there, done that. We all lose our mojo from time to time. This book tells you how to find your lost mojo, and to keep it.
is one of Australia's leaders in thinking. He is a keynote speaker whose topics include the thinking behind creativity, innovation, marketing, brand and performance. In 2002 he opened Australia's fi rst creative thinking venue at the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney, called the Ideas Vault, which is used by some of the country's biggest corporations for creative thinking, meetings, seminars and training sessions. He is also the author of three books: The Keys to Creativity
, Who Stole My Mojo?
and What Made You Think of That?
Gary is the co-founder of one of Australia's leading cycling foundations, the Tour de Cure, which raises money in an effort to cure cancer. The Tour de Cure has raised millions of dollars since its inception in 2007. Gary also founded the Day of Inspiration, a corporate fundraising annual event, which gathers together keynote speakers, entertainers and performers at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney for a one-day event in front of a corporate crowd to raise awareness of and funds towards curing cancer.
Winner of the TEC Speaker of the Year Award in 2007 and 2008, Gary is renowned for his simple and easygoing style, passion and drive in helping people to think differently about their life, family, business and Mojo.