Daniel Sih – Speaker, Trainer and Facilitator

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Is your team reactive, always online and struggling to make space?

Daniel Sih is an award-winning author, TEDx speaker, and the founder and CEO of Spacemakers®, a productivity consulting group for busy leaders.

His first book “Spacemaker – how to unplug, unwind and think clearly in the digital age” has won six national and international awards, including the American Axiom Business Book Award for Best Work-Life Balance and Time Prioritization Book in 2023, and the Australian Business Book Award for Best Personal Development Book in 2021.

His latest book, “Raising Tech-Healthy Humans,” is a practical guidebook to help parents reset their children’s tech-habits and give them a great start to life.

As a trainer, coach and keynote speaker, Daniel has worked with CEO’s, executives, and other senior professionals throughout Australia and beyond. He is the creator of best-selling productivity courses such as Email Ninja, List Assassin and Priority Samurai with more than 20,000 students online and offline.

Daniel has a broad professional history, includes leadership roles in physiotherapy, health management, project management, pastoral care and CliftonStrengths® coaching.

Speaking and workshop topics include: 

* Making Space – how to make space in the digital age for health, happiness and productivity

* Email Ninja – how to take back control of your email inbox and get to zero each day

* Priority Samurai – how to achieve your most important priorities

* Raising Tech-Healthy Humans – how to reset your children’s tech habits and give them a great start to life.

Daniel lives in Tasmania, Australia with his wife, Kylie, and their three children, Naomi, Caleb and Jethro. He also keeps fourteen pure-bred chickens who eat a lot of grain and lay too few eggs.