So you are in the queue with a heap of other people in the queue. Ready to stand out. Your product is the same. The functionality is the same. The end result is probably the same. Your kick ass marketing message wins the day. Hooray!! You are now the cowboy (or cowgirl) strutting your stuff
I had the pleasure of being interviewed this morning by Nick Psaila as part of his ‘Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things’ series. Apart from being the founder of Upology, he is also the founder of the biggest wellness industry webinar ever to be assembled – Wellness Business Owners World Summit. During the interview, he asked
I have 45 first cousins on my Dad’s side of the family. My Dad is the middle child of 13 children. My nana was widowed when my Dad was only 7 (you can do the maths). Clearly she was a born leader. You can imagine 70 odd years ago the lack of resources this family
We all remember the story of Hansel and Gretel and how the idea of leaving a trail of breadcrumbs would eventually allow them to find their way out of the forest. There are two pertinent messages that come out of this story: 1. I have no idea why kids stories were so scary and 2.
When people think of psychology they usually conjure up images of people pouring their childhood issues out whilst lying on a therapist couch, people wearing straight jackets in mental institutions or cult like environments with people singing kumbaya, therefore people tend to steer away from anything that remotely begins with the term ‘psych…’. In some
Most business people who have the role of selling are generally optimistic by nature, they can see their future looks bright no matter what and that is part of why those who are successful succeed. There is a hunger, a drive, an energy that says they will not settle – they are in the zone.
I am so bored with hearing the same old mantra ‘Sell them what they want and give them what they need’. What does that mean? I know what it means but you never get to hear the rest of the equation, so I thought I would share a few extra thoughts with you here. How
We can never manage time. There are only ever 24 hours in a day that have been given to us so how can we ever manage that? What we can do however, is manage ourselves during that time. And that becomes another conversation altogether uncovering a whole heap of issues, fears, procrastination strategies at best.
In walking into a white goods shop recently, the sales person asked if we needed any assistance and when I mentioned I wanted to buy a blender he took me to the aisle, chose one off the shelf because the others were too expensive (his belief!) and proceeded to tell, tell, tell us about it.
The biggest issues my corporate business clients come to our coaching sessions with is almost always related to results, time management and overwhelm. Crazy busy is a great way to refer to the world of business today and the attention spans of these otherwise highly intelligent beings are limited, causing all sorts of chaos, if