Performance Coaching

2nd September 2010

Tips on how to be better self-disciplined

Discipline, willpower, self-control - Whatever you call it, self-discipline is difficult for many people. Some days you think you simply don't have it in you to make those 10 cold calls, and other days it seems much easier to drive by the gym than to go in and do a work out. Discipline is the foundation upon which all success is built. Lack of discipline inevitably leads to failure. So, how do you become more self-disciplined?
30th July 2010

The BIG Plan

The magic of the business plan is not the “plan” itself, but the process that the business goes through in putting it together, and then using it as a living document to guide and direct the business. Here are 5 Steps necessary to begin the Planning Process:
12th May 2010

Ask yourself these simple questions & you will G.R.O.W.

Today I want to share with you one of my own tools for coaching with my clients. It is a great way to help them G.R.O.W. - By asking yourself some of these simple questions when you become challenged or by using them to help and support your teams you will get better results through the GROW coaching process.
4th May 2010

My 5 Top Tips to Help you Stay Focused

Living in such a busy world it is ever increasingly difficult to stay focused on the task in hand. Being able to focus and concentrate on a single task has many benefits. It often ensures a better job, it can often be completed quicker, it will help to prevent errors or mistakes and other things aren't compromised either.
8th April 2010

Eat a Frog for Breakfast!

Here is a summary of the 21 Great Ways to stop procrastinating and get more things done faster. Review these rules and principles regularly until they become firmly ingrained in your thinking and actions and your future will be guaranteed.
29th March 2010

Top 10 tips to improve your Presentation Skills

As the winner of the European Seminar Coach of the year for 2009 I want share with you my top 10 tips on how to improve your presentation and public speaking skills. Whether that be to a room full of people for a lengthy seminar, or a 60 second pitch at a networking event. Presenting in front of an audience is not everyone’s cup of tea but with the correct advice, guidelines and practice it can be enjoyable for both the presenter and the audience. Preparation is everything and it is essential that you know your subject matter. The more prepared you are, the more confident you will feel which makes for a better presentation.
15th March 2010

How to design a great advert for your business.

Are you planning to do some advertising this year? Then here are a few questions you should ask yourself to ensure you get the very best advert working for you.....
5th March 2010

Do you have a SAT-NAV for your Business?

Grab yourself a SAT-NAV for your business with this brilliant Business Planning Workshop. What would you like to achieve in the next 90 days? Improved revenue? New customers? A clearly defined set of achievable goals? Yes, then this workshop is perfect for you. Strategies, ideas, and tools to help you get ahead and be ready for the recovery in 2010. BOOK NOW!
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.
26th February 2010

Brainstorming – Can you see the wood for the trees!

Sometimes you’re so close to a problem you can’t see how it will ever be solved. This situation is so common, it even has it’s own cliché – “you can’t see the wood for the trees”. Here’s a brainstorming game to help you see things differently, and aid the problem solving process.
18th February 2010

Giving it away! – Delegation

People use many excuses for not delegating. Their reasons are usually unfounded. You'll get more done through delegation if you assume the opposite of the following statements is true:
16th February 2010

Ask yourself how to create a Vision Statement

Create a great vision statement -The easiest way to write a vision statement is to ask questions. You can use some of these and make up your own.
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