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Everything You Need for 2012 is Here

Last week I told you all about my Plan for 2012. I’ve been speaking to quite a few people about it over the course of the last week. I’ve realised that I used quite a few tools, techniques and mental skills that not everyone is confident in using. And yet more of these tools, techniques […]

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How to Listen

LISTEN TO ME! I found myself screaming at someone the other day. It was amazing – everything I said to him seemed to steer him right back to what he wanted to talk about. I was simply the guy on the other end of their conversation. If I’d been replaced by someone else, he’d have […]

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The Top 7 Reasons for Having No Goals

Most people accept that having goals is better than not having goals. But then very few people actually have goals. Why the contradiction? This is what people say: I’ve got goals already! I want to be slim, rich, travel to Australia, run the London marathon. These are not goals. They are dreams.  Dreams are fine. […]

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How does a Dragon manage time?

Book Review How To Be Smart With Your Time – Duncan Bannatyne This is the fourth book by Dragon’s Den star Duncan Bannatyne, a man who didn’t get serious about business until he was 30, but has since spent three decades building his care home and health club empire. This book gives us Bannatyne’s spin […]

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Teams

This week’s Pearl of Leadership Wisdom is on Teams. I’ve been working with a particular team performance model now for a few years. I have found it very effective, intuitive and easy to understand. It’s by The Table Group. Would you like more tea… The thing about teams is that they often seem to be […]

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