Picture this. You are relaxing on a beach in a deck chair tapping and swiping your tablet to check the latest results from your business, knowing you can confidently manage your business remotely. Is this a possibility or a pipe dream? The reality is it is possible. But it’s not that common as … [Read more...] about The secrets of running your business from a deck chair
5 strategies to avoid the death rattle and keep your resolutions alive and well Cricketer’s will be familiar with the term ‘death rattle’ which is when they are batting and miss a ball directed at the stumps the familiar sound of wickets breaking can be heard, and your time at the batting crease is … [Read more...] about New Year Resolutions and the ‘Death Rattle’
“Can a young person be considered wise?” I was at a business function recently where this question was posed to the room without much resolution. Some people had their own personal views based on experience, instinct or belief. But there does not appear to be much scientific data to … [Read more...] about How to instill wisdom in young people
Why do we keep searching for new information instead of implementing what we already know? Let me explain. Over the last month of so I have been attending quite a few talks and presentations and was sitting there thinking: This person has simply re-jigged the title but is basically presenting … [Read more...] about Why do we keep searching for new information instead of using what we already know?
A great deal of my business life as an advisor and business coach has been working with family businesses. I enjoy working with them and I will share my four main reasons why. Note these reasons can equally be viewed from the perspective of a non-family employee. There are powerful lessons here … [Read more...] about 4 great reasons why family businesses are better