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Are you smarter than a 4 year old?

I think I’d say no. I may have more knowledge, but very often it is that knowledge that holds me back. I have a four year old that lives every day believing anything is possible and any obstacle in his way is in fact a tool which he can use to create something positive. Yes, children make great inspirational business coaches...
March 16, 2010 769 Reads share

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MR. Topsy Turvy’s Job Rant

I have started to read my two little boys the Mr. Men books at bedtime. They love them and it gives me a chance to reminisce about my childhood, as I also loved them...
February 5, 2010 1,885 Reads share
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Getting adults to eat vegetables …..

Today I meet many jobseekers and businessmen faced with these situations. Examples include cold calling (definitely the new Brussel Sprout) or networking (Turnips) which would be very beneficial but get little action.
January 12, 2010 1,602 Reads share

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New Year’s Revolution

I have decided that New Year’s Resolutions are out this year. In these challenging times I have decided to launch a New Year’s Revolution this year. Christmas is truly a super time to reflect and celebrate the successes of 2009. But now the presents have been handed out, the turkey eaten and mince pies are no more, I turn my attention to 2010.
December 24, 2009 688 Reads share

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Don’t Quote Me, Quote Them! 20 Inspirational Quotations That Motivate

Anyone who follows me on Twitter will know that I love my inspirational quotes. If you are seeking employment or spend a lot of time working alone, inspirational quotes can help pull you out of a slump and get your motivational juices flowing again. Here are 20 Inspirational Quotes that motivate me..................
December 4, 2009 1,110 Reads share
4 Tips to Implement a Rewarding and Inclusive Wellness Program in Your Organization

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Rewarding poor performers – are you guilty?

Do you reward under-performance? It may sound strange but it is a regular occurence in organisations. And of course the problem is that we don't think about it as "rewarding" and we certainly don't consider the impact it has on our high performers.
November 24, 2009 1,141 Reads share