Paul Templer: A Bad Day at the Office





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Published on Aug 22, 2010

I began my career leading safaris in Africa until a bad day at the office -- a deadly hippopotamus attack -- forced me to rebuild my life and my career.

Having been the subject of numerous documentaries produced by the Discovery Channel, National Geographic and the BBC... nowadays much of my attention and energy is focused on the people our global consulting practice are helping to adopt a culture of accountability and be more profitable.

I thoroughly enjoyed co-authoring Success Simplified: Simple Solutions -- Measurable Results with Stephen Covey (The 7 Habits guy) et al and my surprisingly well received autobiography, What's Left of Me (which you can purchase at http://hawkingspost.com/product/whats... ) I'm speaking quite a lot these days too - mostly doing keynotes, inspiring people... even getting them to laugh out loud as we explore the notion of how we all get to create the life we want, one decision at a time.

I live with my family in Michigan USA where we've established the Templer Foundation (www.templerfoundation.org), a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting disabled and terminally ill children and working with various populations (including Military Veterans and their families) affected by PTSD; supporting their transition back to their lives, helping them regain balance with the knowledge, tools, and skills necessary to overcome the physical, psychological, practical and relationship injuries which they may have incurred.

Edited by Mike Wittig

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