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9 Questions To Ask Yourself In Discerning Your Strengths

9 Questions To Ask Yourself In Discerning Your Strengths

As business owners, and directors of our own lives, it’s important that we know what we’re working with. I mean really know! And while I’m aware that you know how to complete a SWOT analysis for your business, the question is: when was the last time you did one on yourself?

Leo D'Angelo Fisher Of Business Review Weekly Receives A 'High Class' Response For His review Of The Invisible Partnership

Leo D'Angelo Fisher Of Business Review Weekly Receives A 'High Class' Response For His review Of The Invisible Partnership

Upon the release of our book The Invisible Partnership: How to Work with Your Spouse Without Getting Divorced, Leo D'Angelo Fisher - Senior Writer & Columnist at Business Review Weekly wrote a review entitled 'Married to Work.' The impact of Leo's review, along with the authorship of William and I, have reverberated far and wide —

Have You Ever Thought… What Am I Waiting For?

Have You Ever Thought… What Am I Waiting For?

Over the past few weeks, I’ve had many extraordinary conversations with clients, which could only be described as ‘life’ reality check moments. The big questions like ‘why are we doing what we do?’ ‘Is it really making a difference?’ ‘What impact is my business really having?’ ‘Am I doing what I’m supposed to be doing?’

Have You Ever Thought… What Will I Achieve in the Next 90 Days?

Have You Ever Thought… What Will I Achieve in the Next 90 Days?

There’s no doubt that this question conjures the thought of a ‘paint-by-numbers exercise, Business 101 or 90 Days for Dummies.’ However, not every business owner will take the time to plan out the next 90 days—whether this is for their business or for their life.

CelebrityDialogue Interviews The Invisible Partnership

CelebrityDialogue Interviews The Invisible Partnership

William de Ora and Louise Woodbury are the authors of "The Invisible Partnership" and "The Invisible Entrepreneur". They have been happily married for 16 of the 17 years they have been working together. They run a consultancy called Quantum Dynamics and teach couples how to work together without getting divorced.

Have You Ever Been Told You Are... Being Unreasonable

Have You Ever Been Told You Are... Being Unreasonable

This is a subject close to our hearts and a principle by which we live, both personally and professionally. One of our favorite quotes is by George Bernard Shaw: “Reasonable people adapt themselves to the world. Unreasonable people attempt to adapt the world to themselves. All progress, therefore, depends on unreasonable people.”

Have You Ever… Capitalized On Your Uniqueness?

Have You Ever… Capitalized On Your Uniqueness?

I realize this blog title might seem a little out of context, and go against the school of thought that no business, or it’s business owner is unique. So, let me explain...

Have You Ever… Asked Yourself the Question, "What is Success?"

Have You Ever… Asked Yourself the Question, "What is Success?"

As we enter a new season (whether it be autumn or spring), there is no better time to be asking or revisiting this question: What is success? Because, if you are willing to allow yourself to speak the truth about what success is for you, it gets you off the fence and propels you into action.

Have You Ever… Had Your “What If?” Question Become a Reality?

Have You Ever Had Your 'What If?' Question Become a Reality?

Last week one of our clients, Rosalyn Manipis and her husband Jowel, flew to the New York Toy Fair to check out the newest and latest toy trends ready to be unleashed into the market. Their business is an online toyshop, and if you have children or know of anyone who has children,

Have You Ever... Had an Elephant in Your Living Room?

Have You Ever... Had an Elephant in Your Living Room?

One of my consulting sessions this past week was with a company run by two families. The two guys have been friends for a long time and now their wives are involved in the business, managing the day-to-day activities, whilst the guys are out doing what they do best, building relationships.

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