I will be in Melbourne on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th of December and have some available time. If you would like to meet with me while I’m in your neighbourhood, feel free to contact me and we can make a mutually convenient time. I will be the guest speaker at the CPA/ICAI Discussion Group [...]
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No matter how old you are, you can still take an active part in influencing brain plasticity. Intelligence is a dynamic process that can be favourably influenced by choices you make. Imagine how much work you could get done in a day if you told yourself you only had a half-day in which to do [...]
The IT gurus have informed us that there have been more than 500¹ posts made on this blog since June 2011. That averages at around one blog post every single day. Not too many business blogs offer this amount of information, value or consistency on such a regular basis. We’re pleased and delighted to have [...]
Who gets in your face and tells you that given your skills, you could do better? Who gets in your face and tells you, you have enough talent to really make a difference? Who gets in your face and asks you what would happen if you doubled the speed with which you work? Could you [...]
Last week I was in Canberra delivering five, half-day Master Classes for CPA Australia at their Congress at the National Convention Centre. Here’s just a few photographs….
What women (and men) want What do women want? What do men want? What does everyone want? To be noticed. To be liked. To be listened to. To be spoken about. The same is true for your business brand. You understand your business brand, you created it, you’re obsessed with the nuance behind it. Your [...]
So rancorous are relations between the government and the opposition that even the humble Christmas party invitation is being used as a political weapon. At least in Labor's case.Phillip Coorey, Sydney Morning Herald chief political correspondent
So rancorous are relations between the government and the opposition that even the humble Christmas party invitation is being used as a political weapon. At least in Labor’s case. With the festive season approaching – and for many in this place, the temporary lull cannot come soon enough – the usual round of Yuletide knees-ups [...]
This is a very long read but well worth the effort. You will not be disappointed if you are interested in the psychology of learning. Click this link to go to the NPR website and listen rather than read the transcript. Transcript from show broadcast on NPR Radio Today in Your Health, how different cultures [...]
There is a plethora of myth surrounding what makes a good manager. Here’s just a few of the many points I shared with the delegates from the Chinese Institute of CPAs in Brisbane yesterday. What do you do? You must change your mindset. You’re not in the accounting business. You’re in the business of attracting, [...]
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