40-Day Business Leadership Peak Performance Programme Day 28: More Meaning

What would you do?

I probably upset you by cutting the session, short yesterday. I hope so! So what did you do the homework or did you simply jump forward a page to get the answer. Honestly, don’t cheat yourself on this little exercise. If you let me tell you the answer you will not gain Continue reading

What are the new keys to growth and profit really?

Andrew Priestley is the UK Head Coach for The Key Person Of Influence Brand Accelerator. He talks about a typical case study.

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Last Friday I met with an ambitious ex-corporate entrepreneur who has a passion for health and started a business that employs three people and is doing about the £243k mark.

Basically, Mark (let’s call him Mark*) was a bright ambitious, heavy hitter in corporate working about 80 hours plus a week, personally responsible for a team of 23 and under immense pressure to perform. Then he noticed more and more that he was tired. Continue reading

40-Day Business Leadership Peak Performance Programme Day 27: Adding Meaning

Did you get the concept of movies, yesterday? Remember Steve’s movies? Steve ‘imagined’ that his colleagues would see him return a stale muffin to the café and ask for a replacement and then they would go back to the office and tell everyone at work that he was a tight wad. He imagined talking with his office manager and it not going well.

The problem with movies is you’re making it up. But often it doesn’t stop there. You add to Continue reading

40-Day Business Leadership Peak Performance Programme Day 26: Movies

Steve’s muffin

Steve is a lawyer. Picture this. We are sitting in the legal precinct of town on the second level mezzanine near a café. Steve and I have ordered coffee and muffins. We’re talking about issues in his business when I notice Steve playing with his muffin.

“Steve, what’s wrong with your muffin?” Continue reading

40-Day Business Leadership Peak Performance Programme Day 25: Noisy Dogs

What would you do?

My next door neighbour has two large guard dogs. He keeps them in a small enclosure smaller than our shower recess! And they bark and howl all day. They never seem to leave the enclosure. Plus my neighbour goes to work all day. In the morning he lets the dogs out Continue reading

40-Day Business Leadership Peak Performance Programme Day 24: Options

Yesterday was all about how to shut down your chatter. There are four key steps. Continue reading

40-Day Business Leadership Peak Performance Programme Day 23: Self Talk

You talk to yourself right?

When people talk about the mental game they are usually referring to inner dialogue or self-talk. Self-talk is normal and shows up as positive self-talk, neutral self-talk or negative self-talk.  Continue reading

40-Day Business Leadership Peak Performance Programme Day 22: Shutting down your chatter

Yesterday we talked about chatter. Do you get chatter? Everyone gets chatter. But do you know what chatter is now? And do you recognise your chatter? Continue reading

40-Day Business Leadership Peak Performance Programme Day 21: Chatter

Today is a red-letter day. Today you are going to learn a game-changing awareness tool.
I have already introduced you to a coaching client called Ron. Each week I do the coaching session at Ron’s house. Ron has been collecting problems and he has identified a problem he wants to work on: late paying customers. Late paying customers are measured in debtor days – the amount of time that elapses between the time the invoice is sent until the time Continue reading

40-Day Business Leadership Peak Performance Programme Day 20: Pit Stop 2

Unbelievably it’s Day 20 and time for a pit stop to review. The big, big takeaway its to check if you are reading these blogs or actually leaning in and applying the information to your situation. I want you to listen carefully. This is some of the material I use in my £10,000 leadership programme. The tools I am sharing here are used by clients worldwide to get remarkable results.

But I want to emphasise NONE off these tools work. They really don’t. Unless … Continue reading