Zero in on what works Think back to a time you achieved something ‘mega’ – it could even be as far as when you were in secondary school… Now ask yourself ‘how did I achieve that?’ Okay I’m laughing again because one of the successful times in my life was when I was in secondary […]
Imitate a successful person Last week, I talked about understanding your personal strength and developing your structure to suit your uniqueness. This week, I want to take that a step further by adding on the layer of Role models & mentors. Another way to develop a system/structure that works is to look for someone who […]
Understand who you are Get up, look for a mirror and stare at it keenly. Make a note of at least 3 features you really like on your face that you have never noticed on that of your close friends and family. I asked you to do that because I want you to begin to […]
Question your processes & procedures In developing a structure that works, people often talk about systems. It’s actually one of my favourite words but I must admit, the word systems in itself is sometimes as vague as the problems we are trying to solve.
Structure releases you When my children were a lot younger and I was invited to birthday parties, I found the parties I enjoyed most were those with just one exit door – I simply sat near the door. I knew that as long as the kids didn’t go past me at that door, they were […]