The New Rules For Your Next Team Meeting

Do you regularly chair team meetings? Do you find yourself frustrated with controlling those meetings? Perhaps you have issues with certain individuals? This may be a possible solution for you and your team.

You Don’t Have to Know All the Answers

Humility is the ability to have a modest or low view of one’s importance.
Do you underst and what it means to express humility? Is it something that you are aware of everyday? Well, for me, the word ‘humility’ was until recently not a word I used in my vocabulary, in fact I didn’t really know when one would use it.

Enchantment – How To Woo, Influence and Persuade

Enchantment transforms situations and relationships, turns cynics into believers and changes hearts and minds.

The book is written in a way that makes it easy to dip in and out of, and it’s only a few hundred pages short. Not everything you read in the book will apply directly to your life, although I would suggest reading the book and using it to pick up the things that you think will work for you….there is always something to learn!

Fire Your Mentors and be More Productive!

If you feel like you don’t have time to put all the great ideas into practice, this might get you thinking about how you can be more productive with the information you are receiving. About a year ago I felt like I needed to take an ‘information diet’ and this is what I did.

How a sense of mortality keeps you focussed

Having a sense of mortality from a young age isn’t something that you’d ever be glad or happy to have, although I think it can at times give you an edge on life.

How to Start Building an Awesome Library

I put this together to inspire you to build your library, consistently read books and educate yourself. The sole purpose of reading is to advance your self-education and continue to improve yourself. For example, I make sure that I read for 30 minutes a day, and I think it’s one of the best habits I have, and that’s why I’m sharing it with you here.

A Picture Speaks A Thous and Words

“There are three things to leave behind: your photographs, your library and your personal journals. These things are certainly going to be more valuable to future generations than your furniture” – Jim Rohn

How many photos have you got of your parents from the past 6 months? How many of your gr andparents? Brothers? Sisters? Children? Think about this, once they are gone you can’t do anything about it, the time is now!


How to Become an Expert in Your Industry

I recently stumbled across a great list of things to do if you want to become an expert at something. The list could be extended by adding other tasks, and it would be great to hear your thoughts on what you think could or should be added.

The Effect of Your Associations and Environments


The more I read books written by super successful people the more I am able to synthesise key points and key learnings. This is one of the major points that comes up time and again – who you hang around with matters!

What I am about to discuss is mentioned specifically by Jeffrey Gitomer, Darren Hardy, Jim Rohn & Nigel Botterill (my mentors). To add context to this I have reproduced a small section from The Little Gold Book of YES! Attitude.