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Beginnings and endings by Jeremy Marchant

New Year’s Resolutions. Just going through the motions or using the idea as a motivator? I think that people whose New Year’s resolutions fail wanted to carry them out, but they didn’t prepare themselves for the process well enough. After all, if you could do something differently – and successfully – so that your business, […]

The everlasting moment… a Zen approach to beginnings and endings by Jayne Storey

Regular readers of this blog will know that I’m an advocate of Eastern philosophy, both as an antidote to the sometimes treadmill-like existence of life in the Western world and as a compliment to the best of modern innovations in developing human potential. Much of my coaching, for athletes and business-people, involves helping clients to […]

Letting Go to Climb Higher by Mark Fritz

People often know what they want…but they are just not willing to give up what they have now in order to get it. Think about mountain climbers working their way up a mountain. They can only climb higher by letting go of one hand and reaching for a higher spot on the mountain. It is […]

How Much Dare You Desire? by Gabrielle Gaché

The origins and meaning of words is always fascinating. Let’s consider the words of this title: Dare…..What does that mean to you?…..Outside your comfort zone? Takes courage……Requires action……..Will get the adrenaline flowing? You…..Not your company, not your family, not your parents, not colleagues, not your shareholders…..YOU! Desire….. ‘de’ ‘sire’……of the father. When do you have […]

Making Good Use Of Time by Joe Adams

Ever hear someone say, “I could sell more if I had more time,” or “I wish I had the time to go after that sale”? Don’t believe such words. People make time to do the things they really want to do. And salespeople are no different than others in finding that time. Nobody should have […]

Experiential Business Learning – without Nellie by Jeremy Thorn