4
Apr

Goals Alone Won’t Get You There

We all have different goals at different stages of our lives. Whether your goals are family, financial, health, spiritual or career related (or whatever your frames are), they are important if you want to achieve success in a measurable way. Without goals, how do you know if you’re heading in the right direction? I love the simplicity of leadership expert

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29
Mar

What’s Your 50 Percent?

I was having lunch the other day with a good friend, let’s call him Dave. I had been using my mobile phone charger during lunch and before putting it away I asked Dave if he needed to use it for his own device. Dave looked at his phone and passed on the opportunity as he said, “I’m at 70%, I’m

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29
Mar

Shift From Transaction to Relationship

The Trusted advisor does not merely transact with their clients, they develop and maintain significant relationships. This focus on the relationship is critical in building a sustainable pipeline of work over the long term for your business. The business working on a relationship level has connectivity into many levels of their client’s organisations and are involved with supporting these clients

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7
Mar

Have you got the right lenses on?

“Always remember, your focus determines your reality.” George Lucas Tweet Recently, I travelled from Perth to Melbourne and arrived very late. I had some work to do and didn’t get to bed until the wee hours of the morning. That same morning, I had to meet with some associates. So, after a little shut-eye, I got up, got dressed, put

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21
Feb

Do You Spend or Invest Your Time?

You spend your time like you spend money. You can waste it or invest it. Joel Osteen Tweet Many years ago, I delved into the world of financial investments, educating myself on how to use money to build value over time. I quickly discovered that one of the key elements of a sound investment strategy was not just what you

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6
Feb

Is It Better To Be Late Than Never?

How did it get so late so soon? It’s night before it’s afternoon. December is here before it’s June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon? Dr Suess Tweet I’m fortunate that I get to travel regularly with my job. When it comes to air travel, I see two distinct personalities. There

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22
Jan

It’s not what you say, it’s what other people hear

I remember as a child playing the game, “Chinese Whispers”. We would sit in a circle on the classroom floor. The first person would whisper a simple phrase of two or three words to the person next to them. These words would be whispered from person to person until they reached the person who had initially shared them. Usually, the

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8
Jan

Be mindful of the footsteps you follow

As a child, did you ever go to the beach and marvel at the big footprints your parents made? They had a much longer stride and made a much deeper impression in the sand. It was such fun leaping from one footprint to the next, trying to fit your small foot inside the much larger imprint of someone you looked

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26
Dec

Curiosity May Have Killed The Cat, But it Got Us to The Moon

Curiosity is lying in wait for every secret. Ralph Waldo Emerson Tweet I remember as a child asking the age-old question, “Why?” We seem to be born with an innate curiosity and a need to understand our world. The world is a mysterious place when you’re a child and you are eager to crack its every secret. Curiosity is defined

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11
Dec

The Feet You Sit At Matter

You probably recall as a child sitting at the feet of your teacher. All the children in class would sit cross-legged on the floor while the teacher gave his or her lesson. Or perhaps you sat at the feet of your sports coach, your parents or another adult leader in your life. In our childlike minds, the feet we sat

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