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D is for Distractions

By |2024-05-28T11:42:48+00:00May 28th, 2024|Change|

We all deal with distractions, every single day.  There is a saying, that we underestimate what we can do in a month and we overestimate what we can do in a day.  Why is that? Because we massively underestimate all of the distractions and interruptions that will take our attention. You will never be left [...]

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W is for Why

By |2024-03-05T15:29:55+00:00March 5th, 2024|Coach|

Tell me about your “Why”. Or, your “Why not”. The word “Why” underlies lots of conversations and workshops I have with my clients. This is because “Why” is the spur that drives us to accomplish. You may think that you are spurred on by the end goal that you are focused on, but the reason [...]

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S is for Success – Guiding You Towards Your Ideal Success

By |2023-05-30T09:34:40+00:00May 30th, 2023|Coach|

What does success mean to you? Is success material things – a flash new car or huge house – or a state of mind, a feeling, a meaningful place of comfort you wish to achieve? […]

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J is for Joint Ventures – Two Heads are Better than One

By |2023-04-13T10:45:57+00:00April 13th, 2023|Coach|

Joint Ventures and collaborations can be very successful, as long as you set up some ground rules that allow you to have open and honest communications throughout. First, ask yourself about the purpose of the collaboration.  Figure out your specific reasons for wanting to collaborate with someone.  They could be: You need an ally for [...]

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F is for Facts – Discerning Truth from Opinion

By |2023-02-01T12:35:14+00:00February 1st, 2023|Coach, Mentor|

With the emergence of ‘fake news’ in recent years, you’ll be forgiven for asking how we can trust the information we hear. Because of that, we’re becoming more cautious about information. We ask “What do we mean by facts? Where are facts useful? How do we discern what we need to know?” […]

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K is for Knowledge – How to Use Knowledge Wisely

By |2023-02-14T14:32:36+00:00December 1st, 2022|Coach, Mentor|

How would you answer the question: What’s the difference between knowledge and wisdom? Here’s an illustration that answers the question nicely: Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad! […]

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