The Zen Disease: Is crying for a lost one selfish?
A friend recently told me a story about a monk who said it was selfish for her friend to be mourning the loss of a loved one. She was interested to know what perspective I had on this. What it brought up is really a…
Tearing off the Suit or how I overcame the veil of success
How did you change so much? This is a question people keep asking me. Check out my talk, “Tearing off the Suit or how I overcame the veil of success” Synopsis It’s a tell-all story of how Cian started out life poor. He always felt…
Executive Responsibilities at the Asper School of Business
I wrote this letter in support of Executive Responsibilities taught by Reg Litz at the Asper School of Business this past winter: When students are exposed to topics such as ethics, and responsibilities, it is too easy to view them in a detached manner, much…
re: how non-contributory democracy led to the credit crisis in a nutshell
re: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/finance/ianmcowie/100010127/a-tax-based-alternative-to-the-alternative-vote/ The first four men (the poorest) would pay nothing. The fifth would pay £1. The sixth would pay £3. The seventh would pay £7. The eighth would pay £12. The ninth would pay £18. And the tenth man (the richest) would pay £59. …. But, once outside the…
We need MORE immigration!
We depend on immigration for our economic growth. Much of the development and prosperity that cities experience can be linked to the amount of new people that are either born, or move there. In Manitoba, immigration makes up for about 70% of our growth, while…
Be an Indian Giver this season
The text below is from an inspirational speech I recently gave at Toastmasters. It was intended to be only 2 minutes long, however I went over just by a bit. I think it’s important to share this with you, feel free to pass it on….
Time Magazine Cover Cover-up #Wikileaks #Coverup
A couple weeks ago I got sent this link, which would allow one to order the cover you see below. I tried to order it, but to no avail, it said it was not available. I though, well let’s wait until after Dec 6, and…
ReInventing the Wheel
So Rapid Transit in Winnipeg is a hot topic lately. At the moment there’s a debate on about the benefits of Bus Rapid Transit vs. Light Rail Transit. Many people I’ve spoken to think that the plans (if you can call them that) for either…
Meet the Author
“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals…” - Henry David Thoreau
Cian Kenshin is an MBA (Finance), a consultant for 32 of the top sports franchises in the US, and founder of multiple successful startups including a Vertical Farm company, is a certified teacher of Yoga and Zen, a Certified Virtual Coach by Eben Pagan, soon to be author, and a sought after Executive Coach for start-ups and boardroom executives alike. Known for his unique perspective on productivity, this serial entrepreneur and investor is a wealth of fresh ideas, constantly seeking new ways to ‘do business better’.
He's now taken his skills in entrepreneurship, and professional performance and created a system of personal performance and growth that can help you succeed in both life and business. He has recently partnered with GFIT Wellness to offer these unique sessions to the corporate world.
Check Cian out at mindhacker.com and at his podcast
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