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This might seem a bit of a doh! type question, yet when I ask my coaching clients to describe their ideal clients they often have trouble doing just that. Often the phrase I hear most is “Everybody who wants what I have to offer”.

“I wanna be a (insert your own wanna here) so much”. This is a phrase I hear quite a lot in my line of work. My reply to that is always “So what is stopping you?”

The small business owner (or free-lancer) is often the sole person responsible for time management, tasks, projects, deadlines, paperwork and what seems like five million other responsibilities that can have a tendency…

Not in Competition

In order to be Amazing in our business maybe we should concentrate on being the best we can be, providing outstanding service to our customers rather than being obsessed about what our competitors are doing…

If you take the time to turn can’t into can, you and your team will reap the rewards.

As I referred to on a previous post (LinkedIn? Locked Out More Like) many people join LinkedIn because they have heard it is an important place to be as a business professional…

Back to Basics

I have been involved with the successful 020 London for the last six years and recently I have worked hard to help set up Whatswhat.ie and put that on the right path for future successes…

Generation Y, also known as the Millennial Generation, Generation Next or Net Generation; is generally marked by an increased use and familiarity with communications, media, and digital technologies…

The skills associated with project management are directly relevant to services businesses. The management form is often seen as being associated with IT and Engineering, but every business can benefit from understanding how to deliver their projects more effectively.

Are you a people pleaser? Do you go out of your way to be nice to everybody in the hope that they will like you? Does it work for you? Or are you so busy pleasing everybody that you’ve no time to notice whether they do or not?