Why taking imperfect action is important

Take action today to get better results in your life and work

Today I want to share some thoughts with you on why taking imperfect action is so important to making progress and getting the results you really want in your life and work. Watch this 2 minute video to learn more: http://youtu.be/c2SFh5_5NXc … [Read more...]

How to deal with setbacks – before they happen!

The heave cost of asking yourself "what if?"

Dealing with setbacks can be challenging. They can knock you off track with your action plans and goals and also send stress levels rocketing. However, there are some practical things you can do before a setback happens to put yourself in a strong position to navigate them smoothly. This short video gives you a couple of practical ideas that will support you in setting yourself up to navigate setbacks easier, before they … [Read more...]

The Unavoidable Truth About Creating Change

The path to create change is not linear

Creating change in your life or work can feel like travelling a challenging and unknown road - full of uncertainty, twists and turns. It can sometimes even feel like riding a roller coaster - sometimes shooting forward, sideways, backwards and even upside down! Sometimes it is exhilarating, exciting and a great adventure. Sometimes it is scary and stomach churning. With all the twists and turns that happen during periods of change, it is … [Read more...]

An effective alternative to the conventional goal setting and planning cycle

An effective alternative to the conventional goal setting and planning cycle

The conventional approach to goal setting and planning is to do it for the start of each year. Then the goal review and planning cycle falls into four quarters of three months each for the rest of the year. I have often thought that this cycle isn’t always a good fit for many people. The end of each year is often a very hectic time for many people as they try to finish things off before the end of the year and prepare for Christmas. Often … [Read more...]