Knowing who you are now is the first step in deciding who you will be in the future.

If it is true that our past experience forms how we think and behave today then, if we want to think and behave in a different way tomorrow, we must deliberately create experience consistent with what we desire. We must know what to change today, what we want tomorrow and how to take action. "Know … Continue reading Knowing who you are now is the first step in deciding who you will be in the future.

What’s the difference between a “resolution” and an area of growth in your life?

A resolution starts with a big effort which usually dissipates over time.  It is hard to maintain momentum. An area of growth, on the other hand, steadily produces pleasure and positive influence on your life and becomes self reinforcing.  Small efforts gain there own momentum. There are four questions you need to answer to find your optimum focus for … Continue reading What’s the difference between a “resolution” and an area of growth in your life?

We hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes …

“I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You're doing things you've never done before, and more importantly, you're Doing Something. So that's my wish for you, and … Continue reading We hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes …

How to coach a personal breakthrough in 180 minutes.

I am sometimes asked how we can guarantee a personal breakthrough in thinking in less than 180 minutes. It sounds unusual (most breakthroughs do at first) but the biggest obstacle to helping a client get the clarity at the velocity required for a real breakthrough is the coach polluting the session with their own content … Continue reading How to coach a personal breakthrough in 180 minutes.

SCARF – a free online assessment to help you with your success

The SCARF suite of assessments and workshops are designed to transform the quality of thinking and performance amongst teams. The link to the free online self assessment below gives you insight into the five domains of the SCARF model, and indicates the importance each domain currently has in your life. Understanding which of these five … Continue reading SCARF – a free online assessment to help you with your success

What does thinking clearly have to do with organisational culture?

We have emotions.  Emotions drive intuition.  Intuition drives understanding and results.  In turn understanding and results drives our emotions. IF we learn to think clearly AND use our intuition THEN we get even more understanding and results. Imagine what thinking clearly might do for the culture of your organisation ... More and more understanding More and more positive emotion … Continue reading What does thinking clearly have to do with organisational culture?

Personal Leadership is about personal growth, self fulfilment and the realisation of ones potential – start with your values.

Personal Leadership is about personal growth, self fulfilment and the realisation of ones potential. A great place to start developing your Personal Leadership is to explore your values. Core values are fundamental beliefs that are well-developed and have probably been part of your character for years. When you do something that contradicts these values, your intuition, or … Continue reading Personal Leadership is about personal growth, self fulfilment and the realisation of ones potential – start with your values.

If Leadership is a “chosen state” then Self-Actualising thinking could be your key.

If Leadership is a "chosen state for any person in any role who wants to excel and in doing so guide and inspire others" then the foundation of any Leadership Development must be Personal Leadership. Personal Leadership is about personal growth, self fulfilment and the realisation of ones potential. It requires a strong desire to learn and … Continue reading If Leadership is a “chosen state” then Self-Actualising thinking could be your key.