Harv's Blog

‘To observe without evaluation is the highest form of Intelligence’
– Jiddu Krishnamurti –

One of the wonderful benefits of my vocation is being able to hang out with any number of the cool people that represent the 75 industries and professions that is the CQ community. This exposes me to a huge range of opinions and ideas that stimulate my imagination and thinking.

The purpose of this Blog is to take some of that thinking, refine it, and put it out there to stimulate dialogue on topics that I care about. I’m not precious so if you do not agree, or have differing views, I want to hear them.

I will be inviting other writers to contribute, so if you want to join me, let me know please at harv@c-q.co.nz

Recent Posts

Should we talk about this or not?

December 20, 2017

There are some who believe we should and others say no. I’ve chosen to talk about it, because there is a heroine, Amelia, who made an impact and we can learn from her actions. Recently life turned up while I was enjoying a glass of wine on a Sunday afternoon with the CQ team on […]

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The world of the traditional dominant is a changing

November 29, 2017

I’ve often been asked what is my biggest learning since setting up CQ and I never really had a decent answer for that. Well, I worked it out recently when having a conversation with the multi-talented Ali and Sarah Tocker of Tocker and Associates.

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When you are born on the wrong side of the tracks

October 29, 2017

In this Blog I would like to tell a story that is dear to my heart, and one I am very passionate about. It is a true story, and one that is common across our country. It is of national importance and topical right now, as we have a Prime Minister who has put herself in charge of child poverty.

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Why Outward Bound is relevant for Old Bastards too

September 29, 2017

I was asked recently why I would have participated at CQ’s recent Outward-Bound excursion – what could someone of my mature years (ahhhh) get out of it?

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Sad but (un)true?

August 29, 2017

Who is perpetuating the idea that high numbers of Farmers are regularly killing themselves in this country? This troubles me.

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