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High-Performance Habits

By: Dr Justin Coulson

“I need a volunteer!” is always a statement that guarantees most people will suddenly stare at their shoes or the ceiling. But when I add the statement “And they need to be the fittest and healthiest human specimen in the room”, most people feel immediately safe. “I’m off the hook,” they think as they immediately scan the room for someone to dob in. Read more

The Balance Myth

By: Sabrina Peters

I regularly find people saying to me, “I just don’t know how you balance it all?”. Read more

COVID-19 and Our Foodie Culture. Will It Ever Be the Same?

By: McCrindle

Aussies enjoy eating out. It could be brunch on a warm Saturday afternoon, dinner at a family restaurant or making reservations at the new, popular spot all the food bloggers have been talking about. It is a quintessential cornerstone in our culture. Read more

Why A Consistent Customer Experience Is The Key To Building Trust

By: Michael McQueen

 “Our trust in technology has rested in a confidence that the technology will do what it’s supposed to do, nothing more, nothing less.”
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How To Make Millennials Work

By: Michael McQueen

The need for industries and brands to stay relevant to the next generation has always been important, but today it matters more than ever.
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What Is Your Appetite For Failure?

By: Michael McQueen

“Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.” – Winston Churchill
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3 Keys to Identifying Friction in Business

By: Michael McQueen

Nothing turns a customer off more than friction. In fact, nothing turns an employee off more than friction either. If businesses are to remain indisruptible in the years to come, identifying friction is paramount, so here are 3 key questions to help you find it.
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3 Keys To A Culture Of Boldness

By: Michael McQueen

Few things are discussed with more enthusiasm in the business world of our day than innovation and creativity. However, implementing innovation within organisations is a much more challenging task.

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How To Teach An Old Dog New Tricks

By: Michael McQueen

‘You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.’ This old proverb has been renowned and repeated through the decades, declaring that it is impossible to retrain someone or something that is aged and set in its ways.

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