In The Media
Australian Businesswomen's Network
Gary was recently asked to share an excerpt from his book, Who Stole My Mojo?, to appear in the Australian Businesswomen's Network newsletter.
Profile: Gary Bertwistle
Tackling challenges with a whole-of-mind approach is a no-brainer for this motivational author.
WA Life & Venue Magazine - Oct 09
Acting Creative article
SMH - Money Section, 8th July 2009
Gary was interviewed by reporter Lucinda Schmidt for the SMH.
Gary's UK Mojo Roadshow
Gary is heading to the UK in October 2009 to present a series of half day Mojo key note sessions.
SMCS Journal of Indian Management - Mojo Review
Since being released in South East Asia by Viva books, Gary's book Who Stole My Mojo? is receiving rave reviews!
Indian Newspaper reviews Who Stole My Mojo?
TEC Speaker of the Year Awards announced
On Thursday 25th February 2009, the TEC Speaker awards for 2008 were announced....
Who Stole My Mojo? Review - Australian Marketing Institute
Andrew Pattison reviews Who Stole My Mojo? on the AMI webiste
Cleo - November 2008
Who Stole My Mojo? Review
Anthill Magazine - Aug/Sept 08 edition
Space - The Final Frontier
Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 12th July 2008
Take It From The Top
June 08 - UK Magazine, The Edge
May 2008 article from UK Magazine, The Edge
April/May 08 issue of UK magazine The Edge
Tour de Cure 2007
New Idea Article - May 2007
Creativity: Exercise Your Brain
Fitness First Magazine - March/April 2007
Be Creative to Unlock Your True Potential
The Daily Telegraph - October 2006
Success can be on the Cards
The Herald Sun - April 2005
Sydney's Child Magazine - May 2007
Sunday Telegraph, Body & Soul section - January 2007
Calling All Bright Sparks
Financial Review - February 2005
The world is not thinking enough, we are too in-the-moment doing stuff." says Gary Bertwistle. "People need to disconnect from technology and talk to each other, give themselves time to ponder - or even be bored. The brain works best when it is relaxed."
Sydney Morning Herald, 2009
A lot of young women are living someone else's dream - climbing the corporate ladder, filling their days with meetings, checking emails non-stop and living off a Crackberry" says Gary Bertwistle, Author of Who Stole My Mojo (Allen & Unwin $22.95). "It's not till something goes wrong - they lose a job, a family member gets sick or something drastic happens - when they sit back and ask "What do I really want from my life?" and they realise they're not living it.
Cleo Magazine, 2008
The only way to nurture creativity in your company is to start with yourself. You must treasure innovation, be confident and take risks - and only then a creative culture can occur.
The Edge Magazine, UK, 2008
We need to recognise that we are allowed to take a break from our worries, concerns, work and relationships. we must recognise that setting aside even a short time every day to improve our mental fitness will reap significant benefits in terms of feeling rejuvenated and confident. We'll ultimately work more productively, smarter and feel more balanced and calm.
Fitness First Magazine, 2007