The Six Principles of Influence
On any given day, each of us is confronted with a myriad of situations that can range from the mundane to the unusual. We quickly recognise, process, and react to these situations in a relatively automatic fashion. We have... read more
Three Types of Goals
Goals could be categorised into 3 types: 1. Type One is the goal that you know you can and will attain, if you just put your mind to it and get busy on it. You know what to do;... read more
True Wealth Comes From Cash flow
A lot of books, tapes and seminars are filled with theories on investing. The problem with people teaching theories is that theories often do not work. I do not teach theories. Everything in Money Secrets of the Rich, and... read more
Turning Your Business into a Well-Oiled Machine
“Almost everyone who starts their own enterprise will end up as an exhausted failure rather than a successful developer of their own private money machine,” says business visionary Michael Gerber who also says most people who go into business... read more
What to Do When Your Customer is Ready to Explode
When things go wrong, customers get upset. Sometimes they blow up in anger. Here are five steps to keeping your cool when your customer is ready to “explode”! Step One: Let them blow off steam! No one is rational... read more
When Service Goes Wrong, Bounce Back!
Nothing is more crucial than how a business fixes things after they’ve gone wrong. Find out how you can actually improve customer loyalty simply by the way you handle problems. We all try to get things right, but life... read more
Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
All over the world people are enthralled with the American (and Australian) TV program “Who wants to be a Millionaire?”, where, by answering a series of questions correctly, the contestant can walk away with a million dollars. No doubt... read more
Why 80% of People Fail to Achieve Goals!
Setting goals is easy. . . the latest research indicates that achieving them is not! Over 22 years, Stephanie Burns, Australia’s leading adult educator has taught literally thousands of individuals a variety of intellectual and physical skills. Consequently, she... read more
Why Most Small Businesses Go Under
Most businesses fail. Eight out of ten often in the first five years. Most small business owners have little or no sense of demographics, finances, advertising, franchising or, managing. Mostly they have no purpose, no ideas and no image.... read more
Your Home is Not an Asset
With the Australian property market continuing to go gangbusters it’s pretty hard to convince anyone that their home is not an asset – particularly if they’ve bought into a choice suburb in a major city like Brisbane, Melbourne or... read more
Beware: The Stock Market Analyst’s Report
On my last tour of Australia many people were keen to discuss the stock market. They were anxious about the reliability of information available on the business channels – especially the information provided by market analysts. Understanding analysts I... read more
Standing in the Heat – Strategies to Boost Your Team’s Performance
By Blair Singer In a time when pressure is rising, when economic uncertainty seems to be everywhere, when families, communities, companies, nations and regions seem to be battered by never-ending waves of change, turmoil, adversity and challenge, it seems... read more