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Use Your Brain’s Power To Overcome Your Fears and Achieve More

Category Performance Improvement

  What if you understood the cause of your doubt, distractions and weak decisions? They’re what take away from your performance. If you could put your finger on exactly what limits your progress so you could achieve more, would you do something about it? This blog post provides you with an understanding of The three [...]

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Making Change Easier

Category Change

Track your daily habits and link them to those longer-term, more meaningful goals Change is hardly ever easy, is it? But do we have to make it so hard? If you read my last blog “6 Points of Reflection Before You Plan Forward”, you may be wondering how you now ‘plan forward’. (You can read [...]

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6 Points of Reflection Before You Plan Forward

Category Performance Improvement

If you don’t take time to reflect what has brought your current success, you risk wasting lots of time and energy aiming for some future success that’s simply not right for you. Imagine a fishing trawler out at sea. A storm is approaching. The captain decides to take shelter at the closest port instead of [...]

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When You Struggle for Clarity and Focus, Perspective Always Helps

Category Performance Improvement

How to use alternative perspectives to fuel a positive and constructive mindset when you need it most. You know when you get so immersed in something, you lose sight of all else? In a bad way. Like an issue you encounter on a project in work. And you can only see the problem. No sign [...]

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Control What You Can in This Changing World

Category Planning ahead

I recently wrote a Special Report for leaders of highly skilled millennials on achieving peak performance. It is called Here Today, Gone Tomorrow. So far, I have only shared it with some close contacts. The feedback has been excellent, so I’m happy to share an extract from the report here. If you would like to [...]

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Learning How to Run (again)

Category Taking Action

I’m delighted with myself today.  It’s a milestone in relation to an ongoing goal of mine. I’m sharing the story because it all relates to the process of improving performance. Unlearning something that has become habitual isn’t easy. Especially if you have been doing it since childhood, and pretty much most days of your life. [...]

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Don’t Be the Bottleneck to Your Team’s Performance

Category Leadership

Don’t become the bottleneck to your team. Understand how you can easily turn from being the greatest asset in your business to being the greatest problem. Identify the indicators and see what steps you can take to prevent this happening. Would your team’s performance suffer if you got hit by a bus tomorrow? No doubt [...]

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How You Can ‘Smash It’ In 2017

Category Planning ahead

Did you smash the ball out of the park in 2016? Or did you fall short of your own expectations? Either way, make sure you know what led to those results. You’re about to get a simple blueprint that will set you up to smash it in 2017. Of course, you have to act into [...]

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How to Move Past Your Frustration in 4 Steps

Category Professional Achievements

What are you stuck at, deliberately neglecting or wilfully ignoring? Get on with achieving the things you want. Looking at your work life, what’s frustrating you? If you haven’t yet thought into it, or put your finger on it, it probably falls into one of the following categories; You’re not at the level of seniority [...]

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Using Brexit to Progress Your Career (2 of 2)

Category career insights

3 key learning points from Brexit to help you take back control personally and professionally Part 2 of 2 (This is the second part of this post. In case you missed the first part, you can see it here.) To recap…..the first two key learning points shared were; Limit your exposure to the media Know your [...]

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