Escape the 96%: Transform Your Business into a £1m Powerhouse – #0032

From the 5.5m private businesses in the UK, only 4% will ever hit the £1m mark. So, that tells me, 96% of business that don’t hit this milestone fall into 2 camps. Those that are happy to stay smaller (and that’s cool), and then those that strive to get to 7 figures and for whatever […]

Yes Man! Saying ‘Yes’ in a ‘No’-Focused World – #0030

If you land on any “success guru” socials at the moment, the chances are they have posted something recently about the “power of saying no”. Like many things on Tikok and Insta, there are trends in success based content. 2023 and 2024 so far seems to be about saying “no”. We’ve all seen the content, […]

Bin The To-Do List & Do THIS Instead – #0029

Avoid where possible from working from To Do List, here’s why Research shows that 41% of To Do list items and never completed. Even after a really productive 8-10 hour day, not completing the list results in anxiety and stress being taken, unnecessarily into the evening at home.   Priorities “All Wrong” To do list […]

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Who’s the Biggest Clown of Them All? – #0028

I once had 2 friends that were in business together. Both had very similar educational background, and almost identical upbringing. Both fun to be around, both outgoing, their business was doing OK, but could have been going better. I won’t name the industry or my friends, but keen for change, one of the partners (let’s […]

Beyond the Board: Building a Winning Company Culture, Jenga-Style – #0027

With Christmas come and gone, if your house is anything like ours at the festive break it will involve 2 things as a constant year on year; over eating…and board games. The overeating I can get on side with, but board games aren’t my thing. I don’t see them as fun, and its probably because […]

Struggle With Motivation? Then Follow My G.A.M.E – #0026

Many years ago, I, like a lot of people in their younger years incorrectly thought that motivation was something you caught. Back then I wasn’t involved in creating and building companies, it was course work at Uni, or exam revision. I thought “being up for it” was an exterior set of circumstances, or the stars […]

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