Why is it that some organisations & teams go from success to success, and others dwindle in their mediocrity? Their belief systems.
Too often we find ourselves trying to conquer too many things at once. By serving too many masters, we end up serving none well. This is where audacious goal setting can help. But how do you pick your next big thing?
This week let's focus on a quick way to find more simplicity & focus in our lives. It's really rather simple... Good advice often is.
Subtle failure is insidious, it adds up, but it doesn't cause notable change. It lingers. How much subtle failure has crept into what you do? It's costing you. It's time to make use of it.
Too often we look for the latest, cuttting edge thing to keep our (shortening) atention spans occupied. New theories, new tech, new science, new approaches. But how often did we have something very good that we just let slip and drop away?
Everytime we start something new we take a free-fall. We take a leap and deep-dive through content, experiences and challenges - picking up untold excess. So how do we shed it to return to a calm simplicity?
Simplicity. It's an art, not a science. Let's explore the path to create usable simplicity. First step: you must traverse past the sticking point.
We cannot lose sight of patient persistence...
How often do we consider more everyday uses of courage? This week, I will share with you a little mathematically based model to help you have greater confidence in your next moment of courage.
Innovation is an attractive buzzword, but, is your organisation consciously learning and growing? Or do you just have a glorified suggestion box?