The Most Important Question You Will Ever Ask

Not asking this question, is like jumping on the first train you see at the station, but not knowing where it’s going, or even knowing where you WANTED to go!

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Getting to the point

Frequently at the mercy of information overload, I find myself placing greater value on “bite-sized” pieces of information. Not only are they more accessible – I’m far more likely to read, watch or listen to them in the first place – but they are also likely to be more effective at the same time. Condensing…

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Do You Put The ‘Pro’ in Procrastination?

If there was a boy scout badge, professional certification or ‘lifetime achievement award’ for procrastination, would you nominate yourself (…if you could find the time, of course)? Does watching this video make you wonder if the creator was peeping in through your windows watching how you navigate through the day? Well, if you’re laughing or…

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4 Questions for Navigating Change

Drawing on our own personal experience and those of our clients, Gina and Chris suggest four questions that can help you navigate through a significant period of change. Whether it be a new job, a new home or a new relationship, we all feel uncertain – and fear – at venturing into something new. These…

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The Fastest Way to Better Answers

In this podcast, Sam and Chris explore a simple idea that can have a dramatic impact on your perspective in the moment, your enjoyment of your days and lasting effect for a more fulfilling life. Yes, it’s that important.

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8 questions you must ask at the end of each year

It’s that time of year where I can’t help but start looking forward to the next calendar year. So many hopes and dreams, and a chance to begin anew. A time to reignite my passion and recalibrate my direction. And where do I always start? By looking backwards. Of all the self-growth practices, perhaps none…

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Practice Active Listening

Have you ever noticed that moment when the person you’re speaking to suddenly seems to mentally drift away, their eyes glaze over and you know they’re not listening to you any more? Do you do that to others? In this podcast, Sam and Chris discuss three levels of listening and offer practical tips to ensure…

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