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What does bravery mean to you?

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I was reading Daniel Goleman’s latest book ‘Focus – the hidden driver of excellence’ and as often the case, the words triggered something in me to investigate further (a mirror to myself of something to look at)… Goleman describes bravery

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Done is better than perfect

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Ian Day writes some great articles, and in his book ‘Challenging Coaching’ (co-authored) there are some great hints and tips; not only as a coach but also as a coachee. Remember, the people and teams we coach are often reflections

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How Employee Strengths make your Company Stronger

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This is a great article from Gallup – read it here A key takeaway “When employees know and use their strengths, they are more engaged, perform better, and are less likely to leave their company.” This works whether you are

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Be Organised (5S) to create more time / be more efficient …

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How you do anything is how you do everything – Zen Master I was reading an extract from David Kundtz’s book – Awakened Mind and on reading the above quote it got me thinking just how true that statement can

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Change Happens

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I was going through my book library recently and I pulled out a favourite old classic book of change – ‘Who Moved my Cheese?’ An A-Mazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life”, author Spencer

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What world of beauty can you create and execute?

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Through the low hanging almost in-excessible caves, be transported to another world filled with beauty. This transportation can take place in your own mind which allows you to move forward on your own journey. Where have you been transported to

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Book review: True Grit

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True Grit: The Epic True Stories of Heroism And Survival That Have Shaped My Life by Bear Grylls a GREAT inspirational read: True Grit is the extraordinary story of people surviving the harshest of situations, their super human strength and

Book review: Turn the ship around

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Turn the Ship Around!: A True Story of Building Leaders by Breaking the Rules by L. David Marquet a GREAT inspirational read: As newly appointed captain of the USS Santa Fe, a nuclear submarine, David Marquet, an experienced Navy Officer

Book review: Mud, Sweat and Tears

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Mud, Sweat and Tears The Autobiography by Bear Grylls a GREAT inspirational read: It’s a truly awe-inspiring account of what keeps those internal flames of passion burning so brightly. Bear Grylls is a man who has always loved adventure and

Book Review: The Seven Cs of Coaching

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Author: Mick Cope Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall ISBN: 0-273-68110-9 Overview Mick Cope wrote this book to offer “a generic set of fundamental principles that will help people to help other help themselves”, in theory a great reason to write a

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