Personal Development

The 1-2-3 Punch: Motivation, Productivity, and Performance

By - May 24, 2019

Heidi Souerwine’s tips on overcoming inertia, avoidance and procrastination
Leadership

Is Your Leadership Adrift?

By - May 25, 2017

Set your course by the stars, not by the lights of every passing ship – Omar N. Bradley One of the dangers I have observed over my years in leadership is the leader who tends to stray off course. It’s an easy trap to fall victim to and I have been there myself a few... Read more »
Personal Development

Is it Time for You to Spring Forward?

By - May 25, 2017

We all need to spring forward into action, rather than procrastinate about why we can’t, says Rhonda Scharf Springtime always gives me a boost. It’s when I feel most motivated to clean my house and my car, and get my garden ready for planting. I love the feeling of putting away my Canadian winter clothing... Read more »
Project Management

Be Results Driven

By - January 25, 2014

‘A professional is someone who cares about results, not just the activity. The only catch is that it takes a certain kind of person’. Michael Hammer, author of Re-engineering the Corporation Successful leaders do not think “What are the tasks I have to do today?” They think “What are the results I have to achieve?” Their... Read more »
Project Management

How to Deal with Procrastination

By - September 25, 2012

Facing your fears might just be the way to eliminating procrastination for good.   Jeremy Lazell, a successful journalist, used to be a self-confessed procrastinator. In a recent Sunday Times article, he described how in two years he’d managed to write three pages of his novel. Until that is, he attended one of my training... Read more »