We’re all a lot more capable than we often give ourselves credit for. Every day, I work with people who want help to achieve their goals, both personally and professionally. Some of them want to take their business to the next stage of growth; others come to me because they’re essentially ‘stuck’ in their current […]
Effective communication is probably the most important tool we have to succeed in life, yet especially in today’s digital world, we are often quite lazy about it. For improved communication that starts today, check out our 3 top tips to help you communicate more effectively. 1. Listen, Listen, Listen (no, really) The first, and most […]
Get to know what your body is telling you, and how it deals with stress – physically, behaviourally, emotionally, and mentally. The body is very good at communicating, especially when something is wrong. Stress can be debilitating, especially for business owners who need to stay fit and healthy to best serve their clients and maintain the […]
When it was discovered that people with an average IQ outperform those with the highest IQs 70% of the time; we were all a little taken aback. How could it be that the age-old acknowledgement that the ‘cleverer’ you are, the more successful you’ll become, could now not be the case? The coaching and personal development […]
Mastering the art of building rapport is a key tool for any business owner wanting to build, improve and maintain relationships with clients in the long-term. There are some basic ways to build rapport, the most useful of which is to take the time to identify and understand the client’s Communication Style. Their style will […]
We talk about ‘strategy’ all the time in business and in marketing. Brand strategy, growth strategy, product strategy, distribution strategy, pricing strategy, media strategy, creative strategy, sell strategy… the list goes on. It’s a much over-used word, which has led it to becoming somewhat misunderstood. Many people associate it with complexity and grandiose thinking, which […]
With the tax return on its way out the door, the new fiscal is a great opportunity to re-group, re-think, and realign your new financial year goals. Here are some great tips on how to start the new financial year with the clarity with which you intend to continue! Why is this time of year […]
When we do decide to make a change, we tend to perceive the act of change as one giant ‘beast’, which quickly overwhelms us and becomes seemingly unconquerable in our minds. Essentially we are setting ourselves up to do too much, leaving us busy, yet unproductive. Don’t take it all on at once! You will achieve more by…
If we spent as much time focussing on what we want, as much as what we don’t want, think how much positive energy we would experience. Shift your mindset from automatically thinking of the ‘negative’ to automatically thinking of the ‘positive’.
In this 5-part Blog-Series, we’ve identified 5 barriers that prevent us from starting and implementing change. These are barriers that can be overcome with some quite simple techniques and mindset shifts.
If you know you want to do more, or be more, you’ve established what that ‘looks’ like, and you’re open to taking on the journey; then the next step is to become a chameleon in order to integrate your personal and business growth into your everyday life.
If you tend to think about, talk about, and react to your situation negatively and focus on all the things you don’t like about it, and all the things that could go wrong in the future; then you’re probably a Negative Nelly. Take a leaf out of Positive Paul’s book and start…
Everyday ‘life’ has a habit of overshadowing our actual goals and forcing us to leave them behind. It tricks us into thinking that we’ll ‘get around’ to those goals ‘someday’. It makes us feel so ‘busy’ that it becomes easy to just ignore our true goals, and carry on. The problem with this is that…
In this week’s blog-series I’ll be giving you some insight into the #1 strategy successful people are using to help them excel at all areas of their busy lives, including, and often dominated by, their professional life; and leadership roles.
Who Your Mentors Should Be You’ll know you’ve found a mentor when conversing with them feels a bit uncomfortable. Not because you don’t have great rapport, but because you personally feel out of your depth with the conversation. The whole point about having mentors is to push yourself to the next level, so if you […]
You want to achieve something that someone else has already achieved. Sure, you’ll add your own flavour to it, and if you’re really smart, you’ll have a micro-niche; but principally speaking; you’re going to do the same thing they did; so why on earth would you start from scratch?