Nigel organised sponsorship, marketing and logistics for the Team Gallagher Challenge. He speaks about leadership, planning, perseverence, overcoming adversity, risk management, performance and strategy. Nigel will be sharing the ups and downs of his experience, which will demonstrate that it takes a certain mental resilience to achieve the goals you have set for yourself. Goal setting is only the first step. Learn about how you can stay focused and go beyond perceived limitations to attain your goals.
Here is somevother personal information about Nigel...
1.My role in the team was team leader
2.My nickname is Auntie
3.My favourite place in Auckland is Takapuna beach, great for a walk, a close by coffee, a swim in the summer or a windsurf.
4.If I wasn’t a project manager I’d be a journalist.
5.If I won $1,000,000 tomorrow I would buy a bigger boat and build my own house.
6.What you don’t know about me is I started traveling when I was 14 on my own. Had passport, will travel.
7.The most expensive purchase I’ve ever made is a road bike (and forgot to tell my wife).
8.If I could host a dinner part for 5 people (dead or alive) they would be Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Muhammad Ali, Grant Dalton and Ellen MacArthur.
9.My proudest moment was sailing across the Atlantic, aged 16.
10.My pets name is Slinky Malinki
11.My hidden talent is I can make a great coffee with our home coffee machine.
12.I’m really scared of not achieving my goals – fear is a wonderful motivator
13.My favourite band/performer is – hard one – Jay Z or Bon Jovi.
14.My family would describe me as driven.
15.The first record I ever purchased was Nic Kershaw.
16.My most fave business in Auckland is Toasted Espresso on the North Shore.
17.My favourite film is the Shawshank Redemption – it’s just so gripping.
18.My celebrity pass card would be Salma Hayek.
19.The most important thing my parents taught me is set yourself a goal, and go for it.
20.My phobia is snakes.
21.The person I most admire is Grant Dalton.
22.The thing that I find most annoying is people that don’t give 100%.
23.I can’t live without my phone (sorry, very sad, but it has my emails, diary and jobs lists in it).
24.My signature dance move is exceptionally bad.
25.The smallest town I have ever lived in is a village called Marden in the Kent (United Kingdom) countryside.