Community

Eliminating modern technology pressures

Eliminating you technology worrys and frustrations.

Stop technology keeping you awake at night The biggest worry most business people have is to be successful (whatever it means to them) while keeping up with the exponential growth of new digital technology? Eliminating technology pressure is an excellent place to start. If you’re new to marketing, digital technology or running a business and…

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Hard times requires feedback commitment

Good leaders are prepared for hard times.

At the heart of hard times is feedback Feedback is the breakfast of champions, and in hard times that is what is needed. When you give others feedback, it should be brilliant, caring, and helpful. When they provide you with feedback, it’s irrelevant, uncaring, and unhelpful. It is interesting how your feedback is right, but…

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Improving leadership creates opportunities

Make improving leadership a priority goal.

Improving control of your leadership future Improving your leadership journey requires you to take control of many things. Worrying about not being able to implement a few changes in your lifestyle is just one tiny example of fear, the sort of doubt that causes us to procrastinate. Leadership is about making others better a result…

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Believing establishes successfull outcomes

Seeing is believing.

Believing in yourself is critical Worrying about not being able to implement a few changes in your lifestyle is just one tiny example of fear. The sort of doubt that causes us to procrastinate and stop believing in ourselves. A lack of belief in yourself will limit you no matter how high the ideas or…

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Killer-phrases inhibit forward progress

Killer-phrases can lead to ill-health.

Killer-phrases often heard, prevent progress You only have to walk down the main street of most communities, and you will listen to killer-phrases from all sorts of people. Often they contain no logic, but unless someone challenges them, they end creative conversations. Conversations which will move a community,  its businesses and non-profit organisations in the…

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Values shared outperform values imposed

Make your values matter.

Building a culture of good values may be the best thing you ever do  Do your personal goals and those of your stakeholders align with your values?  If they don’t align, people procrastinate and little progress will be made with your planning efforts and most other aspects of your business. Congruence relates to job satisfaction,…

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Complacency costs community sustainability

Complacency kills communities and businesses.

Many are happy with their town or village Work-life balance is a bit of a misconception. You are never genuinely balanced life, even though you might be feeling great, complacency costs you and the community sustainability. The thing is you should be striving for it as a concept. The trick is to ensure you are…

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Growing communities requires key pieces

Growing communities requires entrepreneurial activity.

In growing communities, every town and village will improve if you plant the right seeds, fertilise and water them. Dreams are the forerunner to community growth It can be hard to start growing communities, mainly if it has been stagnant for an extended period. It can be even harder to find an appropriate starting point.…

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Local businesses often need supporting

Sometimes local businesses need all the help they can get.

When local businesses are in trouble Snap non-performing local businesses out of it. Stop any procrastination, inaction because of fear and start them taking action. To turn around a business might be easier than you think, but it must happen. Many communities ignore their struggling companies; they believe businesses in trouble deserve to die or…

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Healthcare valued community services

Regional community healthcare is critica

Value the professional healthcare services you have Healthcare one of the most valuable assets in every community’s value chain. All too often people take for granted what they already have, or worse still they discount the value of people and services already provided. The following story may help to get the message across. About nurses, someone…

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