You don’t have to be a golf fan to take some positives away from Sergio Garcia winning The Masters in Augusta yesterday. In fact you don’t even have to like sport full stop. And you can take it from me, having not picked up a golf club for over 13 years, there will be no
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Bamboo. It’s a funny kind of plant. You can plant it, tender the soil, feed it and nourish it. Nothing happens for about 2 to 3 years. Then suddenly, it will grow about 18 feet in around 3 weeks (These are approximate figures but I cannot be bothered to wiki it) Our lives and especially
The self-improvement industry as you may well know, is still a booming industry. Some branches of it, like coaching and mentoring are billion dollar machines. Why? Well, because coaching and mentoring, with the right coaches and mentors, is getting people results. But there is one aspect of it that irks me. The quick-fix syndrome that
This post is as much for me today as it is (Hopefully!) for you. Sometimes, as a writer and blogger, these posts are a timely reminder for me too. So I have to be frank with you and say in all earnest, I haven’t being do the message in this post as often as I should.
A couple of years ago I decided to leave where I was working and start my own coaching business. It was a big decision to make. Apart from earning a great salary, enjoying super working conditions and working with people who I was friends with and liked, it also meant a major upheaval as it meant leaving