Category Archives: Learning

4 Myths of Your Mind

Your brain is an amazing piece of work. The sub-conscious calculations that it can make in order for you to catch a ball in mid-flight is just one example of the effortless ease of your brain. Your mind can do … Continue reading

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Good isn’t good enough

Ever run across a good person who has lost their job? Have you ever met someone who is a thoroughly nice person and yet they are alone? They were good to their spouse, but are now divorced? Welcome to the … Continue reading

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Go Deep: World Cup Special

To mark this World Cup and to get in there before England fly back, I thought I would discuss leadership issues using this tournament as a focal point. The one thing the England are doing this time around that is … Continue reading

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Choose a Resourceful State

Have you ever turned up at work to find the boss in a bad mood, then discover that you too are having a bad day? Not only that, but everyone around you is feeling down? It may not be news … Continue reading

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The 10 Most Stupid Things You Do As A Manager

I’ve been a manager since the nineteen-frozen-solids but the lack of awareness that some managers show still surprises me. Given the lack of time and resources managers are saddled with, I really shouldn’t be that surprised and so in an … Continue reading

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Valentines Special: Will You Marry Me? And Other Questions

Questions. They are powerful things, aren’t they? They can change how you feel, from sad to happy, or they can change your life, like the question posed in the headline. Questions use what we like to call ‘pull’ communication to … Continue reading

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How To Learn a New Skill

Have you ever wondered why people never learn? I mean to say that they continue to struggle with the same people and business issues and they never, ever learn the required skills to do something about it? Then there are … Continue reading

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