Category Goal Setting

[Video] The 5 States of Human Performance (From the Coaches Perspective)

You are at one of these 5 places in your life… If you are reading this post via email, you can watch the video here: The 5 States of Human Performance (From the Coaches Perspective) The 5 States of Human Performance The 9 minute video shares a tip for how to move forward from each […]

Start with the End in Mind (Learn to Use your Imagination)

Genetically we differ 2% from chimpanzees and 3% from worms. Our big difference is the cortex, the upper layer of the brain.  The cortex is the home of imagination. Imagination gives us the choice to live intentionally.  We can make a choice: lead a life that is not just response to stimuli, but building towards […]

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You are in one of these 5 places

Chris Brogan’s recent post had a section that said “you are at one of these 5 places in your life”… The 5 Places of Life You know your goal and you’re going after it. You know your goal and you’re stuck and can’t find your way there. You know your goal and you are letting distractions win. […]

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How to Improve your Sales Process (4 Personal Habits to Develop)

I’m committed to sharing 1 new youtube video each week for the whole of 2017.  This is week 4 and my video today is “How to Improve your Sales Process (4 Personal Habits to Develop)” PS As of last night…  I’ve updated my channel graphical look.  I’d welcome your thoughts on the new look Rhetorical […]

Setting Goals for 2017

If you are reading this via email, watch the video on the blog: Setting Goals for 2017 Each year I decide on a few words that set the theme for the year.  Last year was Connect, Create, Complete.  This year I have set Unconditional Peace of Mind as the theme. I will explain more on what […]

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Are you motivated by Pain or motivated by Gain?

Pain or Gain? There are two fundamental drives to human action: Avoidance of Pain Seeking of Gain. This is how we work. There are no other external causes of action. We take action when we truly believe: It will avoid a Pain, or We truly believe it will deliver a Gain. If I am not […]

What do you want to be when you grow up?

Idris: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” “Haha…  what?  me…  I think I’m a little too old for that” Idris: “You do realise that you are still growing?” “Hmmm…  you mean…  The Dream?” Idris: “Yes, The Dream?” “I don’t think people have enough time to dream.  Real life gets in the […]

Making Improvements: The Path to Mastery

The Path to Mastery The path to mastery is steady, small, incremental improvements repeated over and over again. There is no shortcut to mastery. There is a mode of operating that allows mastery. This mode is the 1% improvement mode. Do you focus on the 1% improvements? What small change will you make today? Please […]

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Mission: It should fit on a t-shirt

An effective statement of mission should be short, sharp and direct. It should fit on a t-shirt. Not a font 8 squeeze, but a legible font. Every person who is involved should be able to articulate how their contribution adds to that mission. If not, then you don’t have a mission. You have a hopeful […]

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey

This is a great summary video of a book that had a great impact on me back when I was 23 years old.  I was working for Accenture (in those days, Andersen Consulting) and the organisation shared this book with all employees.  There’s a photo there of me there on the right with my leather […]

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