7 Days130 Kilometres

A year ago, my husband and I embarked on a journey - by foot -  through the heart of ancient Japan, via the Nakasendo Way.

As we trekked through scenic villages, cedar, cypress, and bamboo forests, I had the opportunity to reflect deeply on five lessons that are apt metaphors for the journey ahead of us, as we adapt to Connecting Over Video, Isolation, and Distancing.

My story is included in this book I've curated which is comprised of a wonderful series of articles by 19 professional speakers and thought leaders. It is our gift to you. 

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Table of Contents

  • Five Lessons I Learned Along The Nakasendo Trail That Will Help You Weather The Current Storm Su-Yen Wong
  • Why Let A Good Pandemic Go To Waste? Scott Friedman
  • Four Keys To Thriving In Tough Times Karolina Gwinner
  • Agile Shape-Shifting Dee Khanduja
  • Simplify Tim Wade
  • Mental Toughness To Achieve Your Goals And Dreams YuJin
  • Live Your Best Life Every Day Eric Ng
  • What’s Possible At The Intersection Of Families, Business, and Learning? Tim Hamons
  • Collective Resilience: Stronger Together Jana Dawson
  • Trust – The Core Enabler That Influences And Inspires Your Team Jonathan Low
  • Acknowledging “I Don’t Know” Can Activate Your Leadership Superpower Karen Leong
  • Let Your Heart Lead Shikha Rinchin Tiku
  • Tips To Boost Your Creative Mindset Cyriel Kortleven
  • The New Normal Or The New Extraordinary? Natalie Turner 
  • Fight For Your Brand: Strategies To Survive And Thrive Jerome Joseph
  • Create A New Human Age Cathy Johnson
  • Angel Of Delight Avi Liran
  • Ready To Reflect For Mother Earth? Andrea T Edwards
  • Outliers Look Within Pravin Shekar

We hiked for seven hours in this downpour... with bone-chilling temperatures that hovered around 11C / 52F!

 

About Su-Yen Wong

For nearly three decades, Su-Yen has helped some of the world’s largest, most innovative, and complex organisations navigate the intersection of technology, strategy, and people.

She is a professional speaker who engages audiences around the world - physically and virtually - on the future of work and what it means for organisations, individuals, and society. Her firm, Bronze Phoenix, provides solutions that help organisations and leaders reinvent themselves.

Su-Yen serves on the Boards of several public, private, and not-for-profit organisations in Australia, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Singapore, and the United States. She is an avid adventure traveller and has ventured to some of the most remote parts of the world, including Antarctica and Timbuktu. 

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