Monthly Archives: October 2016

Delusions of Impotence?

I was thinking the other day about the movie Pay It Forward (if you haven’t watched it, stop reading and go find yourself a copy first – this post contains multiple spoilers; oh, and have the tissues ready). I was musing specifically about the scene where young Trevor is having his 13th birthday party and a…

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What will my life be like in 5 years?

Here’s a tool that I use a lot, when I’m faced with a decision about whether or not to do something, maybe a new product or programme, or perhaps signing up for an event or course. What will my life be like in 5 years if I do this? Whenever you are faced with a…

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Setting Off Bombs!

Last week I let a prospective client get away with the old “Oops, sorry, I can’t afford it after all” move.  You know the one – at the end of the discovery or strategy session, or at the end of the sales call, they are all enthusiastic about working with you, can’t wait to get…

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Me and My Money …

Apologies for the slight similarity to the title of the excellent Robbie Williams song “Me and My Monkey” – although actually my relationship with money has been a bit of an out-of-control thing over the years, so maybe that’s why I chose it! I was thinking as I lay in bed this morning, pondering what…

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