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Leads International companies and motivated individuals to success by providing them clear, actionable steps that produce results quickly.

How to Approach Studying for an MBA as an Entrepreneur

How to Approach Studying for an MBA as an Entrepreneur
In our lives, the ways in which we approach things can have a huge impact on the outcome. This is especially true for an entrepreneur, who must approach various decisions in their lives in such a way that will benefit and protect their business interests. Although […]

By |January 24th, 2017|Guest, Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

Get Over Procrastination Today for a Better You

If you want success, first you have to be an effective person. But procrastination plagues us all. It is the root of many problems, and no one is immune from it. From students to lecturers, to even some of the best leaders, we all procrastinate and it leads to countless precious hours wasted.
So first off, […]

By |January 23rd, 2017|Guest|0 Comments

Why You Should Consider Getting Executive Coaching

I never thought that Executive coaching was not something I would ever sign up for, in my mind that was only poor performers or under performers needed coaching and I never saw myself in that category.

That all changed a little over 10 years ago when DHL decided to incorporate coaching as a key part of their leadership development […]

By |January 23rd, 2017|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

2 Forgotten Ingredients Which Are Crucial For Success

I am often asked to come and speak or give seminars on Motivation at companies and Leadership Conferences, and the HR departments calling me are always a little bit stunned when I say “No!”

After a moment’s silence, they say, “But you’re a leadership expert: you consult, coach and speak on leadership and success; surely you […]

By |January 18th, 2017|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

FAST Leadership Show – The Trusted Executive

Trust has always been an important component of leadership, but in todays world, with the rise of Social Media and the expectations that Millennials have of leaders trust and trustworthiness have become even more important. In todays show our guest is John Blakey, the author of The Trusted Executive, and he’s going to share with […]

By |January 14th, 2017|FAST Leadership|0 Comments

Secure Your Business Website With These 5 Steps

Many business owners wait until it’s too late to start thinking about their website’s cyber security. They believe their business is safe and won’t get hacked, even though it happens to websites every day. More often than not, those websites had a proper security plan in place, it just wasn’t enough.

There’s no time like the […]

By |January 13th, 2017|Guest|0 Comments

5 Ways to Say No To Keep You Focused On Your goals

There is a big difference between being productive and being busy. It’s easy to be busy you probably have people queuing  up all of the time to keep us us busy.

But you need to learn how to say no to them, because if you don’t then you will be focused on working on their goals and […]

By |January 11th, 2017|Leadership Secrets|0 Comments

Personal Growth and Development

As we start to get to the end of 2016, and we start to think about 2017, what our goals will be, and what we would like to achieve in the new year I wanted to share this image on personal growth with you.
I do that because when you think about setting your goals for […]

By |December 24th, 2016|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

The Role of Leadership in Building a Culture of Innovation

In a world of hyper competition, unprecedented challenges and constant disruption, the need for business innovation allied to an organisation-wide culture of innovation has never been higher on the strategic agenda. And the key to building a Culture of Innovation is great leadership. On todays show we have the pleasure of hearing from Cris Beswick, […]

By |December 20th, 2016|podcast|0 Comments

5 Top Skills Employers are Looking for in 2016

Most people are familiar with the terms ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ skills. During the interview process, employers search for candidates that have a suitable combination of both. Hard skills refer to skills that can be taught and are easy to quantify. Soft skills on the other hand are about how well you get along with other […]

By |December 19th, 2016|Guest|0 Comments