July 2013

25
Jul

A compassionate yet unreasonable friend! by Ian Kinnery

“A compassionate yet unreasonable friend” is one of my favourite definitions of a coach. The Oxford English Dictionary defines compassion as “feeling or showing sympathy”. A great coach will always be compassionate. A great coach will understand how his client feels, on a deep and respectful, intimate level...

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18
Jul

Intentionally Get Better! by Ian Kinnery

There has been some revealing research over recent years about people who display great mastery of a skill set or subject matter and one of the recurring themes is that of “10, 000 hours of practice”, which being crudely précised says that we need to practice for a long, long time before we reach a level of mastery. The Beatles and Mozart are often cited examples of this.

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11
Jul

Think! by Ian Kinnery

This week’s thought comes from Keith Cunningham, one of my coaches. Take 30 minutes out of your schedule to actually THINK this week! Think....I promise it will have a profound impact on the level of success you are able to achieve in your business and life.

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03
Jul

Value! by Ian Kinnery

It is the value that businesses provide that allows them to remain in business. The value that a business provides is what customers choose to pay for. Customers are prepared to give something that they have, usually time or money, in exchange for something that the business provides.

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