Actions and Intentions

There’s a great proverb that reads “The road to hell is paved with good intentions” which means that it is not enough to simply mean to do well, one must take action to do well. Easier said than done isn’t it? What do intentions and actions mean? Actions are activities we do or the acts we carry out that are measured by their completionIntentions are goals or plans to be carried out with a purpose and a reason or objectives Most of us are the same, in that we can have great intentions of what we want to do often procrastinating and not carrying out what we intended. Here are SIX steps to use to help you fulfil your goals and be accountable. Write down your intentions – If you just think about your intentions without writing them down, you’re less likely to action them. Writing them down documents are

Just Imagine…

Your business with extra professional attentionSupport so you can strategically grow your businessHaving help building a vision for how your business can look now and after the pandemic Imagine having a qualified and experienced coach and mentor acting as an accountability buddy Imagine having a support person to help you reassess your situation to create new opportunities Imagine having someone providing you with the confidence to face new challenges ahead Imagine having someone to help you find solutions to problems to focus on the best way forward. It’s so hard to imagine the future of your business during these uncertain times, but we need to, don’t we? Doing nothing isn’t an option, but it’s hard to do something when we don’t know what the ‘something’ is that we should or need to do. There are a few ways in which we can imagine our business: Consider possibilities – what’s plausible

Perseverance and Persistence!

How persistent are you with perseverance?How purposefully do you persevere? Did you know that with determined perseverance you will succeed?Did you know that if you persevere you will win in the end? Persistence is about doing something, anything, despite difficulty or complexity of the situation to achieve success or to achieve a goal. Perseverance means continually being determined and commitment to dedicate time and focus to finish the task. It’s a great way to get things done and done right! However, HOW can we persevere and be persistent when we aren’t fully energised or motivated, particularly now when things ‘out there’ are so unknown? Here’s some steps you might want to consider: Be clear about what you want and why - if you are clear where you are going you won’t stray off onto another track which becomes a dead-endHave a positive mindset - this is where spending time developing

Being Creative and Doing it Different!

We know the most constant thing is change, and never more so than now during COVID-19! It seems that everything is different and may not ever be the same. Sometimes this can feel overwhelming and stressful, however, change whilst partly is unnerving, it can also be exciting and invigorating, almost enticing us to think differently and inviting us to be creative and consider doing things different and maybe better than we did before. Each business, industry and service and has, is and will be affected in some way or another. Everyone of us, and not just in business needs to change the way we do things. Having to do things differently impacts us on every level, emotionally, physically, mentally, practically, personally and professionally. The benefit we’ve also had and have, is that we’ve had and have time to execute that change and the change process of thinking different, providing our