The differentiation between important and urgent can easily get blurred, especially when we’re caught up in the moment and everything seems important and urgent. But is that really the case?
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Within each and every one of us is a valuable resource, a font of wisdom and an intelligence that goes beyond all that we have learned in our education and further training. This vast well of knowledge, that can easily be accessed, is our inner Intelligence or Spiritual Intelligence. As business owners and leaders, integrating […]
Thriving in business starts with your personal definition of thriving. For some, it is purely monetary gain, financial wealth and being perceived as a success in the world. For others, it includes definitions such as expressing the truth of who they are through their work and all that they pursue; balancing time spent “doing” their […]
Resistance is Created Through Lack of Clarity – So Where Do You Feel Resistance And What Is It Telling You?
Its not usual to use a quote as a title but this one again from my friend and mentor Peter Thomson came to mind this morning as I was reflecting on some recent work with a client who seems to be procrastinating and changing their mind half way through a decision on a regular basis. […]
It seems to me that having clarity is one of the most beneficial gifts for ourselves and our business that we can have. Clarity in who we are, what we are for, what our business is for, values, vision and mission as we’ve spoken about before … But more importantly, clarity in our thinking; knowing […]
Anyone who knows me is very aware that I don’t have the build of an athlete, let alone an Olympian, however I do work with a personal trainer at least once a week as I recognize, as I’m sure you do too, that as a business owner it’s not just the actual business that has […]
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I have known Yvette for a number of years and met through our membership of the IPP. Yvette is an astute business woman and her passion for the industry she works in shines through at all levels. It is a pleasure to hear her speak at conferences as she always has something new to impart and the delivery of her material is always given with hunour and patience.
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Thanks for all of your help, goes without saying we couldn’t have done it without you!
The changes in Team HR have also been hard emotionally and it is still rocky but we are making progress. I’m very appreciative of all your help and guidance through the past few months.