Public speaker, writer, dad, psychologist, husband, community man, environmentalist, mentor.
David Galbraith – aka HOGman (Habit Of Greatness-man) – believes in a world and future driven by passion and in ‘people acting from courage’ is the way to get there.
Through public speaking, his book Unleashing Greatness and his work with teams and individuals he encourages and equips people to discover and express their true selves, which results in people living their greatest lives.
David is also founder of The Pathway 1 Foundation, an initiative to create an eternal legacy of embracing courage and living pure. The foundation supports great people to take Pathway 1 (The Pathway of Courage) and initiatives that bring positive change to our communities and our beautiful country.
DG about courage
“Courage is key to live your greatest life”
Courage is critical to you unleashing your mind and achieving your potential. It is courage you need to overcome a fear, to step outside your comfort zone, to keep moving, to be patient, to keep practising, trusting and investing.
Courage is the most important emotion you need to learn to control in your life. It does not matter if you are still at school, work in one of the biggest companies in the word, are an Olympian or a parent.
When acting from courage you’re taking the hard road (Pathway 1). You’re taking action that requires courage, despite the risk of failing, judgements, rejection or upsetting others, and despite fears and doubts. It is also taking the hard road in the face of potential success.
Taking the Pathway of Courage means Acting from Courage – which could result in desired outcome, or not. It is Expressing your True Self, which results in people living their greatest lives.
David Galbraith is a New Zealand Registered clinical psychologist, specialising in performance psychology in the sporting and business arenas. David specialises in supporting individuals, teams and businesses to establish robust and productive cultures based on personal and collective excellence.
He has been the sports psychologist with the Chiefs Super Rugby Team for many years, the All Blacks Rugby 7s team for 6 years, the NZ Women’s Sevens team for 5 years, the NZ BMX team for 5 years, the NZ Women’s Football team for 5 years and with NZ Golf for 7 years. He also worked with the Magic netball team during 2012 and 2013. He has also been working with a number individual elite Olympic athletes including Mike Dawsen, Lisa Carrington and Sarah Walker for a number of years.