Category Archives for "Focus & momentum"

Maintaining Your Laser Focus

Maintaining Your Laser Focus

I’m positive you’ve heard of the 80/20 rule, also known as Pareto’s Law.  This states that 80% of your results come from 20% of your activities. That’s great as it sheds light on the 80% of your time that isn’t delivering much for you but it doesn’t make you laser focused. Let’s take it one […]

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The 4 Steps To Getting Things Done

One of the most common challenges I hear people talk about is knowing what to work on first. Quite often this turns into choice paralysis as they fail to make significant progress on anything because they simply aren’t sure of where to focus. Sound familiar? It’s always the important “stuff” When you examine this choice […]

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The one thing I get asked the most

As most of you know I am a working mum, I like picking my girls up from school, watching them in school events, having plenty of quality family time, I continually market my business including a reasonable amount of networking each week, I look after numerous networking groups which involves supporting the teams and helping […]

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Build some early momentum

Most B2B businesses will see a drop off in their rate of new client acquisition at this time of year. This is because people will start to delay decisions until after Christmas as they will be focused on the list of “things” they need to get done between now and then.  This actually gives you […]

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How was it for you?

We are well into October which means we are rapidly approaching the last 2 months of the year.  I expect you set yourself some goals for your business back in January.  Have you achieved them?  With only 2 months to go before we hit 2014 there isn’t a huge amount of time left to make […]

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How you do anything is how you do everything!

I love that phrase because it’s so true.  We’ve all met people who say they’ll do certain things but then never do them, and that reflects really badly on your perception of them and thus their credibility. Someone said something to me a little while back that I have remembered ever since.  I was having […]

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