motivational techniques

14th May 2018

An introverts journey to becoming an International Speaker

If you want to be successful in business “Get on Stage” This journey actually starts back in 1978, where, as an excitable and impressionable teenager I […]
15th May 2017

How to tackle a big stick

Now who doesn’t love a good stick? Cooper expects that other dogs have different favourite types, but to him a good stick needs to have certain […]
15th July 2014

Would you like to know what the five most persuasive words are?

Because whether you are writing some free copy, creating a new advert or simply in a sales meeting, knowing, understanding and using these key words at […]
18th June 2014

Mindset matters. Get more done by doing less by Shaa Wasmund

A really important and personal blog post from Shaa Wasmund today. I want to share this great post as it contains a message that is very close to my heart and is […]
17th June 2014

Hustle – Successful Mindset tip number 7

Successful Mindset Tip number 7 There are many aspects to a successful mindset in business. Hustling is something that I see in great business owners. It […]
24th July 2013

7 steps to help make your follow-up call a success

1. Don't assume the sale. Prospects are used to the traditional buyer-seller relationship. They assume you’ll pressure them. Therefore, they may decide not to tell you things that make them vulnerable to pressure. Until you’re sure you know the complete truth, you can never assume the sale is yours.
22nd October 2010

Motivation – Top tips on getting the best from your team

I often get asked about motivating teams and how to get the best from people. Over th years I have experimented with many different tools, strategies and methods to get my teams working to the very best abilities. Motivation is the key here. Once you have satisfied a team member’s basic needs, (a salary that is enough to pay for basic food, shelter, and health care) then you need to go up Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and satisfy their need for security, belonging, self-esteem and self-fulfilment.
1st March 2010

Motivation – Techniques for Self Motivation

Individuals are motivated when they are working towards personally meaningful goals. Attainment of those goals must require activity that is increasingly difficult, but attainable. In other words, people like to be challenged, but they must feel their goals are achievable to stay motivated.
16th November 2009

What turns you on at work?

Individuals are motivated when they are working towards personally meaningful goals. Attainment of those goals must require activity that is increasingly difficult, but attainable. In other words, people like to be challenged, but they must feel their goals are achievable to stay motivated. This can be accomplished by: · Establishing goals that are personally meaningful · Making those goals possible · Providing feedback on performance · Aligning goals with the individual's self esteem
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