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About Gary Bertwistle
Gary has published six best selling books. His first book, "The Keys to Creativity", was published in early 2007, then "Who Stole My Mojo" was published in June 2008. "What Made You Think of That?" was released in June 2009 and his most recent book "The Vibe" was released in early 2010 which was then followed by "My Dad's Got Mojo" in late 2010. In 2011, "What I Wish I Knew About Cancer" was published.
A former marathon runner, Gary co-founded a charity called The Tour de Cure which is a cycling foundation that since its inception in 2007, has raised in excess of $8 million dollars and many millions of dollars in awareness to help the fight against cancer. He has also founded a charity called 6Strings4Cancer which brings music to the bedside of those going through treatment for cancer.
Gary is like a shot of adrenalin to the right side of your brain - Dan Meiklejohn, Director of Sales and Marketing, SCA Hygiene Australasia, New Zealand.
Easy to understand, practical and relevant for businesses of all sizes, with real examples of Australian businesses -- The Vibe is what every brand needs!
It's easier than you think!
This inspiring, easy-to-read book from the best-selling author of Who Stole My Mojo? shows you how to set the right tone, example and environment for your kids to give them the very best introduction to life. That's the difference between being a good dad and being an outstanding dad - a dad with mojo.
My Dad's Got Mojo is the book for regular guys who want to raise happier, healthier and more creative kids. If you want to be the best dad you can be, start thinking differently, have fun, laugh and get your mojo going!
From a marketing guru, practical set methods for coming up with bright ideas and answers to problems and issues that arise in both work and play
With this simple, easy-to-understand guide, readers can unlock their own great ideas and those great ideas lurking in the people or company around them. Some people consistently seem to have original and different ways of approaching problems, ideas, or opportunities while some individuals and companies see opportunities where others can't. This book is both an explanation and celebration of the methods those people use for thinking differently. It provides readers with a true understanding of how imagination and creativity works with plenty of tips, tools, and real life stories to illustrate just how easy it can be. Practical steps are included to guide leaders in creating an organization that empowers its entire staff, from CEO to casual employees, to think differently about every aspect of the business, thus leading to better solutions for customers or clients and ultimately greater success. There has never before been a more important time for every individual and every company to be thinking differently about themselves and their business.