Have you heard it takes 21 days for form a habit? Perhaps you’re the wiser, having read the details of psychologist Pippa Lally’s research at the University College of London that suggests habits take much longer, up to 254 days, or about 66 days on average. That’s as far as most people get. But to really understand habits, especially why some are so elusive, you must understand the x-factor…automaticity. (more…)
What would change if you worked here? A stadium.
Shed the typical world of work for a moment and re-imagining your job as play, professional play that requires a stadium. Highly inspired, infinitely more accountable. Here are a few reasons you should play in a stadium and five essential elements needed to make it happen. (more…)
Today, I enjoyed a thought-provoking webinar on innovation and distinction hosted by Stephen Shapiro and Scott McKain. During the call, Scott related a story from a Tasmanian cattle farmer that surfaced a terrific key action for anyone working to build enduring customer relationships. (more…)
Great news today! IRUNURUN was featured among the top apps for goal achievement and habit development by productivity and leadership expert, Michael Hyatt. Click here to read the full post on Michael’s site.
* Most intuitive.
* Only to use gamification.
* Only to use the method of trusted accountability partners he teaches.
Thank you, Michael!
As a leader and influencer, you know that a big ‘why’ matters. When the going gets tough, and it always does eventually, people are more likely to carry on and give their best if they have a big reason for doing so. But, have you ever struggled to sell your ‘why’? Have you wondered why some people just don’t get it? Here’s why. (more…)
If you are a professional speaker, you probably know the number one issue holding your business back. It is the simple fact that people don’t do what you inspire them to do. Inspiration is great, but it isn’t the currency of impact. You need people to take action.
In a previous post, I introduced the notion of work-life performance, an alternative to the work-life balance conversation that so often is more about working less than working and living amazingly well. So how does work-life performance work? Let me introduce the Iceberg Principle. (more…)
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