As you may recall, in October I wrote a post headlined ‘[CONFESSION] A guilty secret +the biggest experiment I’ve done in a decade’. There was a huge response to it – thank you so much to everyone who commented and reached out to me – it means a lot to me.
As you may have read last week, I’ve enacted a zero-tolerance policy on stress & pressure in my business. As a result, I’ve spent today in a most enjoyable way; doing yoga, going out for coffee with my girlfriend, designing a new model I’ve been thinking about for a while…
TL;DR – This article is about how I’ve come to a major crossroads. Understanding the principles has made a huge difference in my life, but like everyone, I still run into issues, obstacles and challenges. I’ve now been led to the point where I’m ready to embark on the biggest experiment I’ve done in over a decade, and likely the biggest transformation of my working life.
When I first realised I wanted to be a coach and trainer, I had a problem…
I was terrified of public speaking.
If you’d have told me then that 20 years later, I’d be speaking at the NATO Defense College, I would have run a mile.
At the end of what has been one of the strangest years in living memory, it’s not surprising when people ask me what the secret is to have a low-stress Christmas and a genuinely happy new year. In this article, you’re going to discover my top three tips for enjoying the holidays and the year ahead.
I’ve been passionate about language ever since I was a little boy. I loved learning new words, writing stories and making rhymes (I later became a musician and played in rock bands, but that’s a tale for another day).
― Kenneth H. Blanchard