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One Minute Manager

  • 29 August 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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One Minute Manager

Our Director, Jo Eady, was recently invited to be an after dinner speaker at a number of Crop Consultant Australia (CCA) forums across Australia.  With the topic of People and Personalities - Making the Most of Your Business Relationships, a challenge was to make the session relevant, timely and practical so that those who attended could take away some here and now tips and tools to use in their business and with their clients.  In addition to the MBTI refresher workshop, Jo also facilitated a session of wisdom sharing where she asked the audience to think about something they do in their business that is key to its success.  There was no shortage of tips. And Jo shared the wisdom of the One Minute Manager. Read here about One Minute Goals, One Minute Praisings and One Minute Re-directs.           

Brand You - 8 Tips

  • 20 April 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Brand You - 8 Tips

We are definitely in the IT revolution right now.  Everywhere you look, there is a new tech initiative launching, a new tech start-up on the front page of the newspaper, an invention to save you time and a blogger using IT to tell you the latest and greatest in your industry and yes, they are all useful.  In amongst all this ‘gadgetry’, I think a great opportunity exists right now for you to brand and profile yourself!  To stand out and attract the people you want and to be a positive influence on others, there are eight tips to help …     

Are you Leading Above the Line?

  • 6 January 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Are you Leading Above the Line?

Living and leading ABOVE THE LINE is a powerful place to be.  This is the world of our true or 'higher self'. It is where we are able to move into a place of power - good and effective power that is! When we live and lead ABOVE THE LINE, we take charge - we choose our responses (rather than auto react) to people and situations, we take ownership or what is happening and accept what is happening, without feeling sorry for ourselves or feeling like a victim.  A few year ago I completed the challenging program of Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway based on the work and book of Susan Jeffers. This is where I was first introduced to the Above the Line Model.  it was an Ah ha moment for me and it has had a profound impact on me, my life and work.  And as a result on those around me too. Take a look here to see the model .....

Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway!

  • 5 January 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway!

One of the Best Books. I vividly recall reading the book, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers.  It was from this book that I claimed the mantra - "No matters what happens, I can handle it!" This mantra and belief have popped up in my life to date many times over and I have also shared it with others.  

Fear is a Part of Life. Once you take on board that Fear is a part of life and you can't make it go away, then really anything is possible. Just got to learn to have it along for the ride. Many people get caught up in fear based self talk and it literally stops them in their tracks.  And sadly they never move out of their comfort zone to try something new.  Pushing through your fear threshold is what life is all about.  Question for you - when was the last time you felt fear and did it anyway?  Be honest. Read on to see the 5 Truths of Fear and see how these work for you.

A Simple Meditation Technique

  • 5 January 2018
  • Author: Jo Eady
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A Simple Meditation Technique

Meditation or "dhyana" is a form of concentration. It allows your mind to to focus on one thing and to detach from what's going on in the world around you.  Its like finding a safe place in the eye of a storm.  And when practised regularly it can contribute to the relief of stress and anxiety - things which build up in all of us over time. Let's face it, not a day goes by when we don't feel some sort of stress, so to be able to pause for a few minutes each day and sit in stillness has to have benefits.  Benefits Research tells us that regular meditation creates a calmer person, decreases feelings of anger, supports our nervous system, helps us sleep better, regulates our emotions and helps us to develop greater concentration.  With all these benefits, who wouldn't want to give it a go. We include meditation as part of all the Leadership Programs we develop - YES right alongside topics such as communicating for success, developing your brand, dealing with difficult people etc etc and people love it!  Here is a simple meditation technique for you to try, love to hear how it goes for you.....                

   

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