By Joe Gerrard • 08 August 2019 • 10:00
GAME CHANGERS: Walters (left) and Boland (right) want to help people help themselves.
Credit: Daniel Boland
THE son of Costa del Sol-based entertainer Maurice Boland is following his father into the limelight with a series of entertaining motivational talks.
Daniel Boland has teamed up with model Lord Robert Walters to take their brand of motivational speaking on the road.
Daniel told Euro Weekly News he and Lord Walters were currently working to help companies create high-performance environments for their staff with their motivational techniques.
The pair are now planning on taking their show, which features music and comedy, on the road around Spain and internationally.
“We wanted to create something different. You’re more likely to remember a talk if it made you laugh,” Daniel said.
Lord Walters said their aim was to show people that they could have the life they want if they are willing to change their way of thinking.
“Most people live the life they are given rather than the life they want. Our goal is to help people understand themselves so they can make proper choices,” Lord Walters said.
The pair said they used techniques including asking people to question and challenge their beliefs and values and what they class as success.
They are also aiming to help people confront their troubles by drawing on their own experiences, they added.
Lord Walters said the pair’s techniques had helped him to be more present in everyday life.
“When I was younger I lived in my head a lot. When I started living in the present that changed everything,” he said.
Daniel said he had realised that he needed to go through difficult times because that had made him who he was.
“To live a full life you have to have no regrets. Sometimes we go around with the handbrake on, it’s about releasing that.
“We don’t change lives. We show people how to change theirs,” Daniel said.
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