Business Performance Coaching Blog

3 Reasons Why I Love to Work at Desk CoWork

Let me set the scene. Since 2005, I’ve been working for myself. A majority of the time, I am out and about with my clients, either business performance coaching in their premises, or in a hotel foyer, or outdoors in the fresh air. When I’m not coaching, I focus on

Have you made your dream business happen?

Business performance coach Gail Gibson joins the Mind Your Own Business team on Swindon 105.5FM Gail explains: “Coaching female entrepreneurs over the past 10+ years has given me an opportunity to be a key part of their development, growth and success. As a result, I have been privileged to hear

5 Ways to Boost your Self-Confidence

How confident are you? Self-confidence is a hot topic of discussion, both on a personal and professional level. Many people say that with self-confidence you can achieve unlimited success, whereas without it you may plod along through life. Opinion differs according to you as an individual. Think about the people you

7 Ways to Be Remarkable on Social Media

Social media, it's all around us. It has become the preferred way to communicate and connect, in our personal and professional lives. Social media, it's like Marmite - do you love it or loathe it? Either way, it is vital as a business owner for you to embrace digital technology

12 Ways to Beat Procrastination

Let's face, you, me, we all procrastinate. When faced with a task, we often question, think and decide whether to do something or not. In business, procrastination is a hot topic. In some instances procrastination causes stagnation as a business owner fails to move in any direction. This can be

How BOLD will you be in your business?

Yesterday at the Woodborough Entrepreneurs group in Pewsey, Wiltshire I delivered an interactive presentation on the concept of being BOLD in business, with a key focus on my BOLD acronym: Belief Opportunity Lead; and Dare. To take BOLD steps in business you need to: Believe in yourself, your talents and

How Not to Present in 6 Steps

We’ve all been to presentations, some good, and some bad. Which ones do you remember more than others – the good or the bad? What is it that remains clearly in your mind either way? Was it the presenter, the ‘story’ told, or how it was presented? Getting a presentation

Lent: What will you give up for the next forty days?

Now that the pancakes have been eaten, it’s time to give up things for the next 40 days. Lent asks you to give up or refrain from something significant, perhaps a certain type of food, a behavior or a habit. So too in business, what are you prepared to give

Clarity and Creativity: Inspired by Running in the French Alps

Digital nomad, web designer, techie blogger and charity runner, Kelly Drewett, of Kaydee Web Design, shares her thoughts on how running in the French Alps inspires clarity and creativity in her work. When did you start running and why? I’ve run for several years, however because of my digital nomad travelling

How to Deliver a Memorable Pitch in 6 Steps

When you network do you make it clear to your audience why you do what you do and how you provide a solution? Chances are you are promoting the features of your business not the benefits.  When you share the benefits, you will encourage more of a ‘buy in’ to