“If everyone was just a little bit kinder it would be spectacular for the globe.”
Nigel Marsh makes a very clear distinction between being “successful” and being “admirable”. Rather than having all our emphasis on financial measures, Nigel believes we should also be celebrating more everyday things like kindness. We explore his gleanings on what it means to live a good life – and how some of the best moments in life are when we don’t get what we want.
Nigel Marsh has been a leading CEO, is the co-founder of Earth Hour, the founder of the Sydney Skinny and author of three best selling books – Fat, Forty and Fired; Overworked and Underlaid; and Fit, Fifty and Fired-Up. His TED talk has been viewed nearly 3 million times and remains the most viewed ever talk given outside America. Nigel is a husband and father of four beautiful children.
This interview series is supported by Dove Men+Care.
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