We might as well beat ’em now!

With a national expectation of failure by the England football team in the 2010 World Cup, it’s good to hear at least one radio personality expects England vs Germany will turn out right

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Attitudes are caught, not taught

Attitudes are not taught, they are picked up – caught – by the people around us observing what we actually do. So we have to make sure what we do is in line with what we teach.

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Interruptions!

You may have seen some of my blogs on the importance of Focus, both here on The Busy Fool and on Ecademy . One reason why I believe focus is essential to business success is the time lost to what software architects call “context-switching”. In a software context (excuse the pun!), that means reallocating the…

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We get paid for our filters

There’s far more information out there than we could possibly cope with, so we use our filters to sort out the information we actually need. These filters come from our beliefs and values, our culture, our society, our personal experience, our learning … in fact pretty much every around us right now, and that we’ve been exposed to in our past. And it’s our filters that create our version of reality, how we see the world we’re interacting with.

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