Remove your old ways of thinking. Let go of the limiting beliefs that hold you back, the thoughts and behaviours that no longer serve you. Replace with thoughts and actions that energise and encourage you to live your passion.
Did you know ninety percent of my clients tell me getting things done is their #1 challenge in business? Many clients feel that due to their own and external expectations, countless distractions and an often-overwhelming self-imposed workload, there is frequently never enough time in the day, week or month to get their work done. We all get 24 hours each day, it just depends how you manage your time.
Just before Christmas a grey feather flew into our home, almost daily, landing near me as I worked. I felt this was a sign. It was time to take notice.
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
Chartered accountant, self-confessed triathlon junkie, athletics coach and charity runner, Della Hudson, of Hudson Accountants in Bristol, shares her thoughts on why her running time is thinking time to help her perform better. When did you start running and why? In 2012 I started running again after a long absence
Here is the next post in my series about business owners who run and why they do. Meet Andy Sears, Director of the award-winning butcher's shop, Andrews Quality Meats Ltd in Highworth, Wiltshire www.andrewsqualitymeatsltd.co.uk @HomeofAndrews When did you start running and why? About five years ago. It sounds a bit
This is the first post in a series of interviews I’m hosting, with the focus being on business owners who run and why they do. Meet Lesley Waldron, co-owner of Fit 4 Tots in Bristol http://www.fit4tots.com/ @Fit4Tots When did you start running and why? In my mid- twenties I was
"How do you weigh an elephant without using a scale?" is an interesting career interview question. Set within my Twitter friend and colleague, Hammad Siddiqui's latest career development book, 'Bootstrapping your Career', this question is one of many designed to challenge the thinking of an interviewee. What else can you