Take control of your time and your life

Loving Work: Fulfilment from taking control This came through on an e-mail from my friend Laith Hofayz, successful corporate trainer and MD of ImpactSkills Training: A very quick tip for you… I think this beautifully articulates what we know we should be doing, but don’t necessarily do.   By one of my favourite speakers /…

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Loving work: Are you a joy-stealer?

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Loving work: there’s someone for every task Some of us love spreadsheets and analysis.  Some folks love going out networking and talking to loads of people.  Some like working one-to-one with people in coaching, counselling or consulting.  Some love messing about with computers, keeping them running and defending them against hacking and virus attacks.  And…

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What’s your higher purpose?

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Loving Your Work: Motivation Many people think that they will be happy in their job if they can just get paid a bit more.  In my experience, and from what clients and colleagues tell me, that’s rarely the case.  The whole point of my mission to help you to do what you love for a…

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7 Truths of Wealth Dynamics

Interesting video here by Roger Hamilton, creator of Wealth Dynamics, the entrepreneur profiling system I use to understand and guide in creating effective teams: For more info see the WealthDynamicsCentral site, or Take the Wealth Dynamics Test

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No Regrets!

I seem to be in mismatching* mode these last few days – here’s another old saw I don’t agree with. I guess it depends what you understand by “regret”. I define it as wishing I hadn’t done something, or had done something differently. So it seems rather foolish not to regret some of the stuff…

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Values to Value

If you thought from the title that I’m about to tell you what your values should be, you’re going to be disappointed.   I can’t tell you what you ought to value, that’s something entirely personal.   Each of us has different priorities, different things that drive us to do what we do.    And even if…

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Be a “con-artist”: get paid for doing what you love!

I read somewhere a while back (my notes say it was in a Dan Sullivan article, but I didn’t note the title) that all successful entrepreneurs are essentially con artists – because they get other people to pay them for doing what they love, and would happily do for nothing.  Now I’m a great advocate…

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Only lazy people work !!

That was a statement made at Chris Howard‘s Billionaire Bootcamp last week by “Lifestyle Trader” Aussie Rob – and it really struck a chord with me.

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This downturn will be a blessing in disguise for some

As we hear about more and more big corporates shedding workers, I find myself wondering whether some – possibly most – of those who find themselves surplus to requirements will find redundancy is a fantastic opportunity masquerading as a catastrophe. It may be my jaundiced view of the corporate life, but in my experience the…

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