“Any leader who asks the right questions of the right
people has the potential to discover and develop great ideas.”
As the top quote suggests, asking the right questions is an essential skill in
making progress. An add on could be the power of asking great questions of yourself.
Questions like these:
What is the most important use of my time now/today/this week/this month?
How did this become a problem to begin with?
What’s the one thing, if consistently done, would transform my team/business?
What’s the one thing, if consistently done, would transform my life?
What can I/we do to make things better now?
If we spent as much time designing and considering great questions as we do talking about
problems, we’d be better off.
Food for thought,
Upcoming Training – Rock Your Work And Have A Life!
Most people are struggling with the speed of change, the resulting uncertainty and the
pressures of modern day living and working.
Over the past 12 months I’ve had the opportunity to work with more people in improving
their results in their careers, businesses, teams and personal lives.
I am more convinced than ever that there are certain principles which will guarantee you
better results in your chosen field – but only when you consistently do them.
And therein lies the rub. Knowing it is not the same as really doing it. Doing the right things
consistently is the key to getting seriously better.
But what are the right things?
If you’re interested in dipping your toe in the water with some of my work, I’d recommend
In it I take you through the key principles of success in The Digital Age and best of all, I put
you through a 4 week ‘hands-on’ process to help you cultivate new habits.
Here’s what a recent participant said about TimeShift:
“This training helped to bring real clarity to my way of working. It helped to sharpen my
thinking. I’d estimate a 50% improvement on ability to get more of what matters done and
60% improvement in my clarity of mind. Other areas that benefitted were my sleep, energy
and communication with my team”. – Bill Walsh, CEO, Aspire (Finalist Entrepreneur Of
The Year 2014)
It’s not Time Management. That’s over.
It’s a paradigm shift in how you see your life and time.
It’s a blend of Life, Mind and Results Management. If you’re looking to shift gears in 2017,
this course will really make a difference.
Only 1 workshop during Q1 – Starts 31st January in Dublin.
More information and booking here.
If you have a team, TimeShift could be the perfect training to do together. Get over the hassle
of trying to introduce new mindsets, language and understanding in 1 go. A few companies
used it exactly for that in 2016 with great results. It’s also a great team bonding experience.