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24 Days Gone Already

So, we’re twenty four days into 2011 already. Almost February. My Mother tells me time continues to speed up as you get older. Ug! It’s already going past at 600mph. So fast that it’s difficult to keep the really important stuff at the front of the mind. So easy to switch the neck-top computer off, […]

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Sharpen the Saw

I said in my last Pearl of 2010 that I was going to take off the first week in January to “sharpen the saw” as Stephen Covey recommends in “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”. He talks about a man spending all day struggling to fell trees with a blunt saw. When asked why […]

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What I Learned in 2010

As 2010 draws to a snowy close I reflect on the completion of my third year in business and I ask myself “What have I learned?” Quite a lot really… There is abundant opportunity… I never really “got” this. But now I do. Life really isn’t a zero sum game at any level. It’s just […]

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…is the topic of this week’s Pearls of Leadership Wisdom. “Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” – Albert Einstein What do you really value? You probably sort of know, a bit. But have you really thought about it, and written your values down. And made sure […]

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