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10 Ways to Recharge Daily

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How Leaders Create Resilience

The definition of resilience: the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. Building resilience is a hot topic. Not only would we like people to [...]

Doing What’s Necessary Instead of What’s Nice

Are you doing what’s necessary instead of what’s nice? Here is a simple exercise: Part 1: Take a piece of paper and write the down the top [...]

How to Sleep. And Why.

Sleep. It seems really simple and yet most of us aren’t doing it right. Research shows that up to 65% of adults in Australia either don’t get [...]

Five Things You Do Every Day if You’re a Leader

Are you a leader or are you just managing people? Even if your title says ‘leader’ there’s an easy way to tell the difference. Here are five of [...]

Level Up Your Coffee Game

Coffee can be amazing. It might just be the ultimate superfood. It tastes great boosts cognition decreases perceived exertion stops us from getting [...]

Thinking Fast and Slow, by Daniel Kahneman

Thinking Fast and slow is a classic read by Daniel Kahneman. At its core it’s about how our hardwiring often forces us to take auto-pilot responses [...]

10 Things that Happen When You Stop Drinking Coffee

Coffee. Java. Cup of Joe. Brew. Jitter Juice. A hug in a cup. Morning Tequila ok I made that last one up completely . It’s the one thing that [...]

Five Things Companies Would do If They Were Serious About Productivity

This is a message to all leaders. And I say ‘leaders’ because it is those of you who have influence in an organisation. The time has come for us [...]

Choice Theory by Dr William Glasser.

Choice Theory is an amazing book that delves into the basic drivers of our behaviours and relationships. It tells us some really interesting things [...]

Self Control: How to Build It and Keep It

Is this the most important ‘muscle’ we have? If Walter Mischel’s famous marshmallow experiments show us one thing it’s the number one factor [...]

How Athlete Mentality Can Help You Thrive in the Workplace

When I worked with sporting teams we had a saying about players that had an exceptional work ethic. We called it 'Athlete Mentality'. In the circle [...]