The Mojo Journal
The Mojo Journal is a 240pg A5 journal combining a stylish book & journal designed to provoke your thinking & unlock your great ideas.
We all want to get our mojo working. To get to that place where everything seems to be falling into place for you, when you feel like you are in the zone, your thoughts are clear, you have loads of energy and the world seems full of possibilities. There is immense power in dreaming, writing, creating, and recording your thoughts, feeling and aspirations.
Created by Gary Bertwistle, author of the best-selling book Who Stole My Mojo?, this unique, thought provoking journal is interspersed with stories, tips and tools to guide and inspire your thinking and help you to get your mojo working, keep it going or, if you’ve lost it,.... to get it back.
Who Stole My Mojo?
Mojo – it’s your magic, verve, pizzaz, oomph, get up and go, your zip, your spark. It’s that little bit of extra energy we all need to get the most out of life, it’s the difference between having a good day and a GREAT day.
Lose your Mojo and you know it. You’re not firing on all cylinders and life has a tendency to be bland and mediocre. If you’re asking ‘Who stole my Mojo?’ this book will give you the essential keys to get it back and get it working again in your life!
Hi Gary, I have been meaning to make contact to acknowledge you for your fabulous book 'Who Stole My Mojo?'. It ROCKS! I am wanting to purchase 20 copies and use your book as a give away to my executive clients. I often talk with my clients about their Mojo and when I found your book it said everything I have wanted them to get re reclaiming their Mojo.
~ Sally Anderson
Please take this into the new year with you - I continue to refer to your book Who Stole My Mojo? over and over again for work, play and life, as well as re-reading individual quotes and chapters on so many occasions that I have already lost count - thanks again for writing it. I'm certain it is one of those books I will keep close forever...
~ Darren Stein
The Keys to Creativity
While most companies claim to have a brand, only a few make an authentic connection with customers or clients. The rest simply have a logo that gets slapped on to the side of a truck or onto a shirt. Today it’s brands that will thrive and survive, and to build a brand, you need to create the right vibe around your business.
In The Vibe, Gary shares his secrets, stripping away the jargon and highlighting the essential thinking required before you spend time, money and energy on promotion and advertising. Whether you’re a commercial, industrial, retail or service company, this book gives you the tools to create a powerful brand in the minds of your customers.
Easy to understand, practical and relevant for businesses of all sizes, with real examples of Australian businesses – The Vibe is what every brand needs!
I am passionate about my business and I was excited with what I was reading all the way through your book THE VIBE. What a fantastic book!
~ Adam Scrobalak, Teamworks Performance
Great wisdom, simply told by one of Australia's branding gurus. Clever yet practical solutions to building any business through marketing.
~ Siimon Reynolds, International Business Consultant
My Dad's Got Mojo
This inspiring, easy-to-read book 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 only 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!
My Dad's Got Mojo inspired me to create a special space in my office where my girls can sit quietly (away from the other distractions of the modern world) and with just pencils and blank paper allow their imagination and creativity to have control. I’ve even used their space to get away from things and really think through work problems.
~ Mark Parker - Smart Selling
What Made You Think of That?
Thinking Differently in Business.
Have you ever wondered why some people consistently seem to have original and different ways of approaching problems, ideas or opportunities? Are you intrigued as to why some individuals see opportunities where others can’t, or why some companies lead, while others follow? Have you ever been in a conversation with someone who presents you with a really interesting idea, and you think, ‘That’s such a great idea - what made you think of that?’
This book is both an explanation and celebration of thinking differently. In this increasingly changing world there has never been a more important time for every individual and every company to be thinking differently about themselves and their business.
Gary at present I'm reading your latest book 'What Made You Think of That?' and I have to agree with Dan Meiklejohn, you really are 'like a shot of adrenalin to the right side of my brain'. And Wednesday morning Espresso's always hit the spot... Keep up the great work!
I have just read 'What Made You Think of That?' and already have ‘fired’ off emails to my business colleagues loaded with practical and inspirational must do's - as highlighted in your sensational book. And yes, they will want to know what I’ve been 'on' at 3am in the morning!
What I Wish I Knew About Cancer
If you could go back and give your younger self one piece of advice about cancer, what would it be?
Every 29 seconds, someone in the world is diagnosed with cancer and in an instant, they have to come to terms with a whole new future. To help make this adjustment just that little bit easier, here is a collection of real advice from real people who have all had their own first hand experience of the disease. Survivors and pre-vivors, medical professionals and loved ones, all passing on what they have learned about the best ways to prevent, treat and eventually outlast cancer.
What I Wish I Knew About Cancer was co-written with Marty Wilson and produced in association with the Tour de Cure. We are proud to donate all royalties to curing this indiscriminate, stubborn and, let’s face it, bloody obnoxious disease.