Strong Leaders Are Lifetime Students

Entrepreneurial leaders do not have a mindset that adapts to failure.  In fact, when things go wrong, entrepreneurs don’t call them “failures” they call them “glitches, mistakes, or setbacks” approaching the decision-making process knowing there’s a strong likelihood that it could go wrong. This doesn’t dissuade them – to the contrary they just do the best they Read more about Strong Leaders Are Lifetime Students[…]

Success system

Wouldn’t it be great if success could be reduced to one simple formula? Well, many believe it can and so do I. Obviously the definition of success is relative; but essentially, for every one of us achieving a desired and worthy goal is an important endeavour. I was thinking about this recently as I listened Read more about Success system[…]

Success Secrets from the Masters

After talking to gurus from Brian Tracy to Dr. Wayne Dyer, Author Michael Jeffreys distilled 8 Secrets to Success they all agreed upon.  These secrets are still good today and are as follows: Take 100% Responsibility for Your Life – In a society where people blame everything from their parents to the government for failure, Read more about Success Secrets from the Masters[…]

Procrastination busters

Change the way you view the task We are more likely to procrastinate if we feel that an action is unpleasant or difficult. For example some people have an aversion to paperwork that is almost a medical condition! Often these tasks are compulsory, but some can be done away with once you examine their validity; Read more about Procrastination busters[…]

Life is feedback

As we rapidly approach the end of another year, this is the time we look back at the past 12 months, and assess our success. How will we view our achievements? A core presupposition in the neuroscience field is that there is no failure, there is only feedback. Another variation on that theme is that there Read more about Life is feedback[…]