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What have you already tried? – the question that turns your plans

In February 2021, I met a consultant who wanted to sell us leadership training. A young man with a lot of energy and ambition to show how good his product is. We sat for an hour in our company office, and the presentation started. And he talked, talked, and talked. So many words and I … Continue reading What have you already tried? – the question that turns your plans

Reviewing project – The forgotten step everyone need’s to execute

Recently I have spoken to a colleague of mine. We have discussed if the project must be reviewed after it is completed. My colleague insisted that reviewing a project is lost time that will not serve anyone except the project leader. No one reads these reviews, he stated. Therefore, they are useless, and other similar … Continue reading Reviewing project – The forgotten step everyone need’s to execute

How re-creating curiosity  can help  you  achieve better results

Did you see the curious kid on the playground? Do you ask yourself why kids are so curious while most adults are not? Can you assess your curiosity level and be honest to yourself about how curious you are? Were you more curious when you were younger? These are only part of the questions asked … Continue reading How re-creating curiosity  can help  you  achieve better results

Seven Career coaching lessons for success in life and work

One of the main reasons people fail to achieve success in work and life is because they do not plan. To achieve success, you need to start from one point and move in a structured way to the end. The best careers happen because people have structured plans on what they are searching for at … Continue reading Seven Career coaching lessons for success in life and work

Your promotion was given to someone else – now what?  

In life, we race about almost everything – better places in the cinema, tables to the window in the restaurant on the seaside, comfortable sit in the airplane, the next role we want in our career. Sometimes we win, and sometimes we lose. While not being able to get the best places in the restaurant, cinema, or on the next flight to your favorite destination, being … Continue reading Your promotion was given to someone else – now what?  

Using NO at negotiation as a start of a positive process toward success

Several years ago, I was part of a company's team - leader in the FMCG industry. The sales team there was the strongest and most successful one I have ever seen in my life. People almost always reached their targets, and when they did not, they created and executed robust plans to achieve results. At … Continue reading Using NO at negotiation as a start of a positive process toward success

Ten things you can do to stay organized and do not lose direction

In the busy world we live in; often time is not enough. According to an APA report from 2020, fifty-three percent of the US people struggle with finishing all the things they have on their calendars. And things get even worse if you combine professional with personal tasks. We need time and often, what we … Continue reading Ten things you can do to stay organized and do not lose direction

Six simple techniques to save time

Today we often talk about how much everyone struggles with having enough time to do everything. Managers and leaders have changed the office environment to the home office, teams have started working with different schedules, and priorities have been switched, but everyone struggles with finding enough time. More than 13 000 articles from the last four … Continue reading Six simple techniques to save time

Five simple rules to follow if you want to set and achieve goals

Years ago, I was part of a company in the FMCG industry where I had to write, achieve and report progress every quarter. In the beginning, I was shocked. People wanted me to plan, then to promise, and at the end, to achieve what I have promised. Two quarters and I have had a list … Continue reading Five simple rules to follow if you want to set and achieve goals