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How strong are your muscles? Your ability to lift weights or perform well at different sports is not just about the skills, knowledge and mentality you establish through learning andContinue Reading
Recently during our quick morning catch-up, I asked everyone in the team to take a little slip of paper and write down the best personal qualities they wanted to demonstrate.Continue Reading
In the previous post, we explored the surprising and remarkable facts about some of the longest living businesses in the world. The insights we gain from Japan’s family businesses suggestContinue Reading
Challenges of being a ‘boss’ In the profit-driven business world, it’s easy to perceive your team, your suppliers and your marketplace as tools for your business to make more money.Continue Reading
Each year, up to 20% of salaried workers may leave their jobs. While some of these people leave their secure jobs to start their own businesses or for new excitingContinue Reading
Bhutan is known as one of the happiest countries in the world. It’s also known as a country that measures the happiness level of its citizens (Gross National Happiness) asContinue Reading
So many companies today talk about creating a great company culture. They may invest a lot of money or time on hosting company events, drafting up company handbooks or callContinue Reading
Small things we do are often far more powerful than big things. Let’s look at why. 1. Small is easy When we want to achieve something, we are inclined toContinue Reading
As business leaders, we make many decisions all the time. I wondered how many decisions the average person actually makes in a day. The research on that number covers aContinue Reading
Marketers know it. They often use funnel visualisations to see how they are achieving their goals. Generally, having highly effective funnels makes your campaigns achieve more, saving you from potentialContinue Reading
He’s done it all. He’s uber-successful, he’s well-liked, he has great influence, he disrupts, he leads, he takes adventures no one else has taken…. That’s Sir Richard Branson, an entrepreneurContinue Reading
…it’s often regarded as one of the most challenging things to do at work. But we all know that it is important to keep learning and improving. And we doContinue Reading
Learning From Rio Olympic Games Rio 2016 Olympics commenced with an amazing opening ceremony this weekend. Medals are already being awarded to those who conquered the mastery to be atContinue Reading
Three Common Ways We Limit Our Own Improvement If we ask anyone, they’d likely agree that they want to improve their lives. Not many would say they are totally satisfiedContinue Reading
When I heard the news that Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook announced he would give away 99% of his Facebook shares to good causes, I was overjoyed. It was not justContinue Reading