Training

It is not possible to effectively train staff on-the-job except on a one-to-one basis, which makes implementation across the company time consuming and less likely to show an immediately visible change in productivity. This means that the results are more difficult to measure as quickly. In addition, unless...

Inevitability Thinking Wins

When deciding on your plan of action it is vital to set yourself up to succeed. All too many people set ambitious goals and develop detailed plans to achieve them, only to find that the plans do not lead to the goal. It’s a bit like deciding to drive from London to Glasgow, mapping out the most effective...

Time Management: The Sales People

There are three key factors that every sales person within most industries really should place as golden rules in their daily routine. Sales people have to be available for customer calls, so this needs to be allowed for in the schedule. Although it is important to avoid interruptions in your day, if your...

Planning

Planning is crucial. Nothing really important or complex can be achieved unless you plan it. A goal without a plan is like a ship without a rudder, eventually disaster is assured. We have looked at managing your time and getting the most out of every minute of the day, so now we need to tie that efficiency...

What feelings did I consistently experience in last year?

During the course of our lives we all feel a mixture of emotion on a daily basis. Sometimes we are happy, sometimes we are sad, sometimes angry other times at peace. We give them a myriad of different names and we attribute to them a variety of causes. It is clear that we work to achieve things and to be...

On Goal Settings: A Rounded Life

It seems to me that there are more books on success than any other subject. We are all seeking it in one form or another, regardless of the language we use to define it. There are courses, seminars, books, CDs, DVDs, novels and movies about success. But what is success? In reality it can mean virtually...

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