At the encouragement of my personal trainer, I have signed up for the True Grit course being held south of Perth in late October this year. Over 30 military inspired obstacles over 10-12 kilometres of rugged, hilly SouthWestern Australian terrain –
When I work with executives, business owners and leaders, we often have to reset how they approach the New Year. And, yes, we are approaching 2017 really fast!
Best-selling author Michael Hyatt, who has an outrageously successful online business coaching thought leaders, entrepreneurs and online producers, has an extensive network with some of the US’s best-known leaders and coaches and has created this new eBook which you can download free.
[This post has lately been one of my more popular articles. Enjoy!] While discussing leadership with one of my coaching clients, he commented that part of his leadership development came through owning his own business a number of years ago. Having
Knowing Yourself is Only Part of the Leadership Equation Many leadership development courses begin with the maxim, “Know Thyself”. The assumption is that by truly understanding yourself, then you can, in Shakespeare’s words, “To thine own self be true”. That will
How You Can Stoke Your Attitude Towards Positive Success It’s all too easy to just put your successes behind you, but high performers I have studied all took the time to celebrate, appreciate and remember their successes. It’s true of organisations
Bella at Onlinembatoday.com suggested I post a link to their infographic on famous failures who became successes. It’s a good one, so here goes:
The 60 Minutes interview with Belle Gibson, revealing her tangled web of deceit, and the ABC’s continuing bizarre defense over providing unfettered and supportive promotional opportunities to a terrorism suspect (and continuing terrorism advocate given Mallah’s comments) both point to a general failing
I am lucky. I get to follow my passion!” she told me. She is a professional violinist. My wife and I had just attended a performance of the Darlington Chamber Concert series in Perth. Semra was the violinist at the first performance
It’s easy to think that this is a young person’s world. You can look at the Zuckerberg and Jobs types and think: “It’s a young person’s game in business and making a difference. I wish I were young and had
President Obama wishes he had it without a teleprompter. Prime Minister Abbott wishes he had it in public. You’ll wish you had it everywhere: The ability to speak persuasively, powerfully, fluently and articulately while conveying genuine presence across all of your leadership situations – speaking publicly,