Balancing Making versus Allowing things to Happen

By on August 22, 2014

Jason Gunn, Founder/Managing Director, Oliver’s Real Food describes how having the ability to let go and go with flow actually creates higher performance leadership with less stress. He’s found a happy balance between making things happen and allowing things to happen.

One practical technique that Jason and his team use to do this is the TM technique as he and his staff share in the video below.


About Raamon Newman

New Mavericks Founder, Executive Development Adviser Raamon is an executive development advisor with 15 years experience working with top CEO’s and executives in New Zealand, Australia, US and Europe. He is a founding Managing Partner and CEO of Raam Global Consulting who provide executive development and support in the form of enlightened leadership made simple to leaders in such companies as EBOS Group (largest medical supply company in Australasia), Oliver’s Real Food’s (Australia’s fastest growing fresh fast food franchise), Woodmart, Feedback ASAP, Retail Holdings Ltd, The O’Halloran Group, Labor Lawyers, Novartis, Warner Group, IRTH Communications, Hawthorne Direct, Natel, Buttoned-Up and Turner Manufacturing-Kleenrite.