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Isle of Man TT: A Lesson in Health, Safety & Taking Risks to Achieve Great Results

My son, Matt, is currently living in the Isle of Man & this year he has had opportunity to witness the Isle of Man TT Races for the first time. As a result, so have I. I cannot believe how … Continue reading

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What Is Personal Greatness?

The start of any new year fills Social Media feeds & websites with encouragement, looking forward, how to be better, how to hit your personal goals etc. On the whole I find these encouraging & very helpful for re-focussing on … Continue reading

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Study The Finer Detail

Sometimes we have to get close enough to see the full detail … & when we do we are amazed. Take care until next time …

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Breaking Free From The Old Skin

Millipedes; centipedes; spiders; scorpions. All of these carry their skeleton on the outside of their body (exoskeleton). In order to grow, they must shed this outer framework, releasing their new body. However, during this process they are very vulnerable. They … Continue reading

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Teamwork Suffering in Downturn

I have just read a very disturbing, yet unsurprising article reporting that 12% of workers admit to having become more insular during the recession.  At the very time when companies need greater interaction and greater interdependency (teamwork), individuals are seeking to … Continue reading

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Do We Already Have the Resources In-House?

No matter how much business operators try to convince me, I have never fully bought into the idea of using outside, contract staff.   Let me explain … There are times when new people bring a different dynamic to what we do … Continue reading

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Our History Determines Our Success: True or False?

Lately I’ve been thinking about how our achievements in life are shaped and moulded by our history and experiences, with some of the strongest stimuli for success or failure being in our childhood years. I know this can be an … Continue reading

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