Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Habits of Happiness

The Dalai Lama has always been known to have a very peaceful and serene appearance – not only from the outside but also from within. It is said that, after nearly 2000 years of practice, Buddhist monks know that the … Continue reading

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The Eureka Phenomenon

I have previously written about multi-tasking and how it impacts productivity. Recently, I came across a very similar article written by Dr. Marla Gottschalk, a noted Workplace Psychologist and career coach based on East Lansing, Michigan. It instantly struck me … Continue reading

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The Lizard Brain – Resistance to Change

As the owner of a small or medium business owner you clearly don’t work normal hours. Every day is spent on your business (if not in your business) and you are doing all to make it grow. By getting into … Continue reading

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Short Fuse, Big Bang

This post could be seen as a plug for the globally renowned consulting company, Deloitte. In some ways it is because this is actually a 3 minute video prepared by Deloitte Australia and uploaded on their You Tube site. The … Continue reading

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Stay Connected

If there are any two words that can create a big difference in the revenue generation process of small and medium businesses, they are in the title to this blog – Stay Connected. Scores of management practitioners have emphasized the fact … Continue reading

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