If you want to scale your business then you have to set your staff up for success, you have to let go of control and empower your team.
The culture of your business is key for long term success. When you live your Vision, Mission & Values you will attract the right staff and clients which will help you build a business you are proud of.
Have you ever wondered how a plane can navigate it’s way from point A to point B even when the weather is really bad?
A plane has dials so a pilot can check the condition of both the weather and the plane and so should your business.
Learn how to stay a head of the game in business and in life. Are you innovating or are you dying?
In life you either get people who wait for opportunities or make opportunities. In this video I share with you how I make the most of the opportunities around me and how you can too.
In this video I share with you the 7 step success formula that I have used to great success in my life both personally and professionally. During the Master Your Destiny event on the 25th & 26th of July I will dive deeper into this and many more techniques to help you move from where you are in life to where you want to be. Get your tickets from www.masteryourdestinynow.com and enter the discount code WAIMA for a $235 discount.
Sometimes, it can seem as if the world is always facing off against that next challenge. That the ‘simple life’ so many crave drifts further and further out of their reach in a world full of devastation, terror, drought and destruction.
Bombarded with horrific images on the news and economic fears, it’s easy to get swept up in a wave of despair, especially if circumstances closer to home are also putting you under pressure.
Habits are not only an integral part of who you are as a person but also create significant impact on the legacy you leave behind.
‘Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones’ – Benjamin Franklin
In this video I share with you why I do this and why you should do something for others too.
Type ‘mental health’ into your search engine and the first thing you will notice is the desperate need for this issue to be addressed in the work place.
It’s being reported that 22% of the 55,000 Australians in uniform (approximately 10,000 personnel) suffer some form of mental health issue and that we are facing a ‘tsunami’ of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).