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Who Are You Competing Against?

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Nico, my son turned three recently. For each of those three years, he has seen his old man jump and yelp at the TV when watching rugby. For the past two years, he has been aware of the sense of occasion when watching rugby with me. The photo of Nico on the right was taken [...]

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Lessons From My Godson and Michael Phleps

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This is Part 2 of a 2-Part blog mini-series. Click here to read Part 1 – Back To Your Future. Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian of all time. That’s impressive. This time two years ago, my sister’s then 14-year-old son, Ethan, was in school in Mount Kelly, Devon. He’s also my Godson. We’ve [...]

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Today Matters

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Are you settling? Or are you striving to improve? Are you busting a gut to meet your annual targets? Or maybe you’re ahead of your required run rate so you’re slowing down a little over the hot summer months. Either way, what are you putting into practice with your current behaviour? What are you teaching [...]

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

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  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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6 Points of Reflection Before You Plan Forward

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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

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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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