Warren Brewin has lived in New Zealand most of his life and has travelled extensively with various business roles as CEO, MD or general manager and also socially with friends and family. On his travels he has met many people from diverse religious beliefs, which along with his thirst for knowledge and extensive research helped spawn his ideas on how today’s social media is impacting the virtues of ancient belief systems which are explored in the Truth of Religion section in this book.
Warren’s considerable business experience in restructuring and turning around the fortunes of failing companies into profitable efficient organisations has provided him with the knowledge to extol the Truth of Business in this book. An absolute commitment to integrity in business is the foundation stone of his enduring success.
Warren was a competitive badminton player, having won Auckland titles and played in England competitively in his early twenties. He also has won many tennis club championships in his earlier life. Warren’s lifelong passion for sports is revealed through the deep insights in this book in the Truth of Sport. He still runs regularly and loves nothing more than a bush run, followed by a swim in the beach where he lives and a cold beer.
Warren is the loving father of two wonderful teenage children, Jack and Renee, and has gone through the pain and difficulty of the breakup of a seventeen-year-old marriage. These experiences led Warren to explore the fundamental basis of different relationships and this provided inspiration for the section on the Truth of Relationships. His passion for politics and global economics is revealed with clear views on Brexit, the rise of nationalism or possible homogenisation of Europe.
We live in a world full of greed, lies, war, corruption and deception but Warren believes the truth is the most important criterium that governs all life’s challenges and opportunities, and by embracing it fully, we can all exist harmoniously while striving for our individual freedoms.
Warren enjoys his current CEO role and loves to spend time with his two awesome children and his amazing new partner, Ronger, and her daughter Sunny. In his spare time, he likes to drive his BMW Turbo E30 too fast, play his guitars and have the odd game of tennis. Warren has an IQ of 135 (BMI certified top 2%) and has exceptional analytical thinking, visual perception and pattern recognition.
In 550 BC, or thereabouts, Buddha stated: “I am the sum total of everything I thought.”This was divine wisdom that is inspiration for the book’s title, The Truth Is What You Believe. Everything you think is based on a process of thought reaching a conclusion that becomes exactly what you are, ...