Posted on July 20, 2014

Overcoming Mal-illumination and Sunlight Deprivation. “Light has an enormous range of biological effects. The excitement today is in learning how to use them to cure depression and disease.” Smithsonian Magazine For thousands of years mankind was almost completely dependent upon the sun for light. Before Edison invented the incandescent light bulb, man was basically a […]

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Posted on August 4, 2014

Stickability, now you won’t find this word in a dictionary as I have made it up. This is what I believe is one of the biggest factors that most people overlook when trying to reach their own goals and dreams. Sticking to what we all started all of those years ago is really the key […]

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10% of Something is better than 100% of Nothing

Posted on June 20, 2014

You and I both know people who spend all their energy telling you what they are going to do without actually doing it. I too am guilty from time to time but one thing I have learned is that 10 percent of something is better than 100 percent of nothing. This is not an editorial […]

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Glen Levy on Fight Science

Posted on June 6, 2014

“Kill this dummy “, they said to me “with this”, they handed me a blow dart and pointed to a beam suspended from a wall 13 feet height, “from there”. It was going to be one of those days. When I was asked to do the next installment for the Fight Science series, I was […]

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What are the 9 Behaviors of Truly Loyal Customers?

Posted on March 14, 2014

There is a big difference between customer satisfaction and customer loyalty. Customer satisfaction is always an opinion, assessment, snapshot. It’s the answer to the question, looking back in time, “Are you happy with what we have done for you?” Have we met your expectations? Have we fulfilled the conditions of satisfaction? In fact, the traditional […]

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What to do on your birthday

Posted on December 14, 2013

By Mike Handcock Hey, today is my birthday – and no I didn’t write this on the day. I have many better things to do… For example: I never work on my birthday – that’s something I have held to for about 15 years I always do what I want – not what others want […]

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9 Quotes from ‘The Hobbit’ that social entrepreneurs can relate to

Posted on December 7, 2013

(The first of a series of posts ‘Reluctant Leaders and Unlikely Heroes’) Our family are huge Lord of the Rings fans and we have been waiting for The Hobbit movie for what seems like FO-E-VA. The big day finally arrived and we were not disappointed – the Jackson-Tolkien mash-up rocked as always and heaps of […]

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4 Steps to doubling your income

Posted on November 28, 2013

  The key to double your income is a healthy and happy attitude. Have you ever wondered what makes a successful and happy person? If you double your income, will you feel good about things? There are millionaires that still live a lonely life. Then there are people that just can’t get what they want out of life, whether […]

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Small Business Management Consultants

Posted on November 21, 2013

  For most people, owning your own business sounds like a dream come true. You get to be your own boss, choose your hours, and make all the important decisions about how you’ll allocate your resources. That’s how it sounds… Any real business owner knows the truth. That running a small business is much more […]

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Small Business Coaching Basics: 8 Key Elements of A Top Notch Business Plan

Posted on November 14, 2013

  “It’s in my head.” That was Jim’s reply when I asked to see his business plan. He’d paid me $25,000 to consult with him about his fledgling company. I was shocked… It was not that his business plan was terrible or even wildly unrealistic. He just straight up didn’t have one. Let me bring […]

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Numbers as signs

Posted on November 11, 2013

So there I am sitting writing my blog, idly wondering whether doing this is a good use of my time or not. It was at the very moment that I had that thought that I saw the time (1.01pm) and the date (11th). That was it. There was my answer. I was being told by […]

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Posted on October 28, 2013

33,333. I had been waiting for that line up of 3’s on my milometer for some time. After all, I’m not likely to see it ever again on my car. I was curious to discover where I would happen to be at the very moment that the last ‘3’ appeared to complete that line up. […]

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What milestones signal your progress

Posted on October 21, 2013

  I have spent significant portions of two days in airports. I was stuck in Birmingham airport in England from 12pm to 8.30pm because flights were stopped by snow. I spent a recent evening at a friend’s place in Utrecht, Holland, before flying out of Amsterdam and now I am in Hong Kong airport on […]

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The right place for right things

Posted on October 14, 2013

  It comes in many shades and sizes and has good and bad qualities, it just depends on how you look at it.Christine Cornege Have you ever noticed how many names we give everyday common green grass? The other day I was doing some gardening and noticed how many blades of grass I had to […]

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Nothing comes easy

Posted on October 19, 2010

I am constantly approached by people when I am speaking at an event and asked the same two questions “How easy is it to become rich?” and, “How can I become rich really fast?” I am still amazed at the thought process that must be going on in these people’s heads. You see the prize […]

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