When it comes to becoming better from a business perspective, it’s no longer good enough to look in the parameters of your backyard. Now more than ever you need to shift to the needs of a global society, one which often influences markets in a profound way. One thing which catches on in another country […]
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Have you ever wondered why businesses frequently change their logos, decor and uniforms. What was wrong with the old look? Everyone knew who they were and what they did. Why the need to change?
There’s one significant difference between people who succeed in life and those who struggle; their ability to set goals and achieve them. To have what you want in life, you can’t just sit back and expect it to happen.
One of the keys to success in life is the ability to find your passions. It is almost impossible to achieve financial success without clearly identifying your goals in life, and your goals are determined by your passions. The simplest method I have found for finding your passions is one developed by Janet and Chris […]
Do you lead out in life from the essence of who you are? Or do you lead out according to the external expectations the world places on you?
Before you start your day, your sports game, present to your team members or enter into any situation that may create a state of fear or anxiety take a moment to re-connect into your “Inner Zone of Excellence”
Financial Excellence combines the two essential components of mind management and money management. Do you have a focused and creative mind + financial intelligence?
“Your attitude will determine your future…”. It sounds simple, but it is harder to actually do, especially for sales people. Developing and maintaining a positive mental attitude requires determining and controlling your thoughts.
Blindspots are those aspects of us such as our behaviour, attitude, values and beliefs that we are not even aware that we are operating or “acting out” of.
Values and behavior are a core part of fulfilling our purpose and manifesting our vision. The clearer we are about our values, the more engaged we are with our work and life.
All businesses have times when throughput isn’t as it was or prospects simply aren’t as receptive to their calls as they had been in the past.
I had the most amazing thing happen a few days ago. I opened my local paper and found a half page advertorial entitled “Making a Difference Before its to Late”. It was penned by a person guy named Glenn and really made me sit up and think.
The natural inclination for humans including leaders is to aspire, to want, to achieve. Whether this is in one’s job, career, business, relationship and or sporting and community life, we are motivated by the pull of what is appealing and rewarding to us. These hopes and desires keep us motivated and energized.
For every pursuit or goal we have in life there are three things we need to succeed.
So, what happens when you do achieve your goals? What comes next? There’s heaps of good information out there on how important it is for the ongoing success of your business to have a strong vision and specific goals that really source you and the team to focus your efforts on a daily basis
Over the last few years I have helped many businesses over come challenges that have threatened it’s continued existence, almost always these challenges arise, not because the business is not viable but because the business owner(s) lack the skills and/or the experience necessary to over come these challenges.