Category Archives: Time Management

The Droid you are looking for isn’t here

In one of the funniest and most remembered scenes in Star Wars, Luke Skywalker and his team effortlessly move past The Dark Lord Guards by using a “Jedi Knight Mind-Control technique” just by telling a lie and stating it as … 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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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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Are You Missing This Power?

Managing people can be a mixed blessing at times. They can frustrate you, almost to the point of purposeful sabotage. Many managers and supervisors get swept up in the day-to-day “must-do” that they get burnt out trying too hard getting … Continue reading

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Performance through ethical motivation

Have you ever noticed how managers manage to defeat their own purpose by getting in the way of their own team members and demoralising them in subtle yet devastating ways? They do this by paying too much attention to the … Continue reading

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The Death of Pushy

We don’t like to be sold to, but we do love to buy. How many times has someone tried to “sell” something to someone and they are not going to buy? How many times have we sighed inwardly as we are … Continue reading

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Everyone’s In Sales Now

Sometimes, I will ask a group of participants if any of them are in sales. Very few hands will go up and most often, no one will own up to being a salesperson. I have a belief that everyone should … Continue reading

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