Tag: coaching

Build Your Personal Brand through Content Marketing

August 20th, 2015   •   no comments   

Building Personal Brand with Content Marketing

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Do you spend a lot of time online? Have you written, commented on, shared and tweeted lots of content on social media?

If so, what are you doing to build your personal brand?

I know I know. You already have a day job. You are already busting your guts for your company.

How can you possibly have any bandwidth to build your personal brand using content?
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How to prevent yourself from dying a slow death

July 31st, 2015   •   no comments   

Breaking Out of Your Comfort Zone 1

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Have you heard the story of the frog in a boiling pot?

Well, if you drop a live frog into a boiling pot of water, it would immediately leap out and save its life. If, however, our webbed protagonist sits comfortably in a pot of room temperature water which is slowly heated up, it would be slowly boiled to death.

Frog legs, anyone?
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10 Steps to Reinventing You

July 12th, 2015   •   no comments   

10 Steps to Reinventing You by Dorie Clark
Dorie Clark wants to reinvent you (image via HBR Facebook)

You’ve slogged hard for years. Maybe even decades. Somewhere along the way, you lost your mojo.

Maybe work isn’t as fulfilling or meaningful as before. Or you realise that you haven’t made any progress in years.

What should you do under these circumstances?
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Why We Need to Ask the Right Questions

June 12th, 2015   •   no comments   

Asking the Right Questions
Courtesy of Life Hacks

Do you know what’s the best way to generate great ideas? Or find the solutions to that nagging problem?

Simple. Start by asking the right questions.
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The Secret to Achieving More in Life

April 2nd, 2015   •   13 comments   

The Secret to Achieving More in Life
Courtesy of Providence Counselling

Do you know what’s the best way to hack your life to achieve more?

Nope, it isn’t multitasking.

By now, you would have heard experts telling us that task switching leads to lower levels of concentration, flow, and efficiency. The time needed for us to “restart” each time we switch from activity A to activity B is actually counterproductive.
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Thrive: Book Review

December 18th, 2014   •   1 comment   

Arianna Huffington Thrive
Courtesy of AARP

How do you define success? Can it be measured by wealth or power alone?

Apparently no. Not least according to Arianna Huffington, founder and editor of Huffington Post Media Group – one of the world’s most influential news and information brands.  In her latest book Thrive, Huffington proposes that there is a “third metric” which quantifies success by one’s well-being, wisdom, sense of wonder, and ability to give.
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12 Qualities of a True Leader

August 31st, 2014   •   no comments   

12 Qualities of a True Leader
Not exactly the best illustration of leadership (courtesy of Joe Lafferty)

What is true leadership all about? How should a real leader distinguish herself from the rest?

While there are plenty of leadership models around (including some which I have previously blogged about), it may be useful for us to think of true leadership as a list of vital traits which such a person should exemplify.
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The Sales Bible: Book Review

July 9th, 2014   •   no comments   

“Everyone wants to succeed at sales. Most people don’t. It’s not that they can’t. It’s just that they don’t know how.”

Filled with motivational quotes like the ones above, Jeffrey Gitomer’s The Sales Bible is a hard-hitting, no-holds-barred compendium of ideas and techniques to boost one’s success in sales.

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The Power of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies

June 27th, 2014   •   no comments   

The Power of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies
Courtesy of Fearless Men

You woke up late. As you rushed to get ready for breakfast, you stubbed your toe against a table.

“Ouch! #%*@&!”
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7 Traits of Successful Adventurers

May 11th, 2014   •   2 comments   

The first guys to scale Mount Everest (courtesy of National Geographic

Imagine for a moment that you’ve set yourself a momentous quest. Like scaling the highest mountain in the world, trekking across the Antarctic on a dog sled, or venturing into the deepest darkest forest of the Amazon.

In the same breath, consider something less physically formidable but perhaps no less challenging. Like undertaking a major project at work, starting a new job, or building a business.
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