Case Studies

There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t met yet

Posted: 21st December, 2023 in Case Studies, Marketing Services, Motivation, PR & press, Strategy & planning

When I think of Christmas, I imagine many people find it to be a time of joy, celebration and togetherness. They jump at the chance to meet up with their families and friends, to relax and enjoy the festivities.

This is the Christmas we frequently see portrayed in countless films, advertisements and marketing campaigns. It is presented as precious moments when we create beautiful memories. Everyone is happy and everything is perfect. 

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Get your MOJO* back on track – Guest blog by Ashleigh Tobin, Health and Mind Coach

Posted: 5th September, 2023 in Case Studies, Motivation, PR & press, Strategy & planning, Tips & Tricks, Training and mentoring

Ever wondered where that girl inside you has gone? Remember her – she had energy and motivation and time to spare? She was curious and feisty and always up for learning and adventure.

It might be a while since she’s been around but I promise she’s not gone, she’s just buried under laundry, Team meetings and the responsibility of getting your loved ones through life!

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Stand like Peter Pan

Posted: 23rd August, 2023 in Case Studies, Communications, Customer Service, Motivation, Personal effectiveness, Sales , Tips & Tricks, Training and mentoring

More and more often, I am being asked by trainees “How can I change my stress levels and my mood when I am having a bad day?”

As something I hear frequently, I have a keen interest in learning more about the topic. Especially as our mood can really affect our work and overall health in many ways. From our productivity, motivation and stress levels, it can greatly influence our overall attitude to others. As a result, it can impact our interactions with others.

Naturally I will always answer the question and give some tips. Yet, mindful that other trainees often have good ideas, I decided to put the question to a group on a recent workshop.

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The Pomodoro Method

Posted: 5th July, 2023 in Case Studies, Motivation, Personal effectiveness, Strategy & planning, Time Management, Tips & Tricks, Training and mentoring

One may ask, what do tomatoes and time management have in common? And where is the connection?

Many people will know the Italian word for a tomato is “Pomodoro. The story goes back to an Italian Writer and Consultant, Francesco Cirillo, designed the notorious “Pomodoro time management technique” back in the late 1980’s.

A university student at the time, Francesco was struggling to concentrate on his work. He was getting easily distracted, his productivity levels were low and he would often procrastinate.

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The “illusion of choice” in managing appointments

Posted: 21st June, 2023 in Business start-up, Case Studies, Communications, Customer Service, Personal effectiveness, Sales , Strategy & planning, Time Management, Tips & Tricks

Sometimes in life, what can feel like a real headache can have a simple enough answer. We are so engrained in the day to day running of our business that we don’t necessarily slow down, stand back and consider what we are actually doing.

We take the hard road out of pure habit, without thinking about the consequences of our actions.

I remember mentoring an amazing your lady who was setting up her business. Mary (fictious name) told me she was experiencing a real problem trying to balance client appointments.

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