Now that’s a strong title. But what the $%^& does it mean? I was talking to my coach this week and we were evaluating the successes and ‘not so successes’ of our business this year. It’s a process I encourage everybody to undertake, a self-audit in June/July so you...
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It’s a big call, right? That there’s actually a ‘One’ thing that will crush self-doubt? See, after working with hundreds of students, I noticed that some really succeeded and some continued to struggle. But what was the difference? Was it mindset? No. Was it strategy? No. Was it implementing...
In the Star Trek universe, an enemy of the federation is a species known as the Borg. What makes them unique and incredibly difficult to defeat is that they are masters of adaptability. Attack them once and they learn. Attack them the same way a second time, and they...
2020 is a year we will never forget. In Australia, we have been ht with Bushfires, Floods and of course, COVID. Parts of Australia have been locked down in almost police-state conditions. States and territories have closed their borders. Surgical masks have become normal. A recent analysis of the...
Recently a client in my inner circle mentoring program asked a powerful question. “How can I remove myself from situations where drama is about to erupt?” There are a few strategies you can use, and the first one is Choosing You. This means you come first. This means you...
Are you wanting to reach your highest potential? It’s a very common question amongst coaches, but what does it actually mean? Is it even possible? For me, potential is a lazy word. In my new book coming out next year, I go deep into this subject and put forward...
Don’t be a starter-kit self-help evangelist. No one respects that. Copy is filled with tight cliché’s and promises based on what was written in a book seventy years ago. We are beyond that now. People need real solutions to real problems. Right now, people are Outcome-Driven, Certainty-Focussed and Doubt-...
A teacher of mine once said, Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. This statement has always intrigued me. Is it really true for us? In Conversations with God, Neale Donald Walsch (or God) wrote that only two things keep us in suffering. 1 – Our judgements keep us from...
In the last post, we talked about purpose and panic and the importance of choosing purpose in these challenging times. But how do we do that? How do we find purpose in times of turmoil? The answer to that question requires an answer to another question. We have to...
You have a choice at the moment. It’s one P or another. You can focus on your Purpose or you can focus on what is causing you to panic. Of course, the mainstream media doesn’t help. 90% of all on-screen viewing generates a form of panic. So it’s vital...
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