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The Path Of Least Resistance
In his book ‘How to Win at the Sport of Business’, Billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban talks about ‘the path of least resistance’. He talks about it in relation to how easy/hard your products & services are to get. So many businesses make you jump through a million hoops just to get your stuff, and it makes you wonder how much money you’re leaving on the table just due to ...
Dealing with negative staff members
Transcription G’day guys, Ray Corcoran here. Today we’re going to be doing a video about negative staff members and how to deal with them. It’s a bit of a touchy subject, but it’s something that needs to be addressed, so we’re going to talk about it in today’s video. Okay. I was speaking to one of my business coaching clients the other day, and he was talking about one particular ...
How to get important stuff done – one quick but powerful technique
Transcription G’day guys, Ray Corcoran here, founder of KR2 Business Coaching. Today we’re going to be talking about getting important stuff done. Just one technique that I found to be really effective. And that’s the topic of this week’s video. In this week’s video I want to be talking about how to get important stuff done, and a technique that I learnt from Tony Robbins.
How limiting beliefs are stopping you from growing your business
Transcription G’day guys, Ray Corcoran here. Today we’re going to be talking about limiting beliefs and how they could be seriously affecting how much success you’re having in your life and in your business. Basically we all have a set of beliefs, and they affect what we do in real life. We might have certain preconceptions about the way the world is, or whatever; and that affects how we interact with other people ...
8 Experiments Which Prove How Irrational We Really Are
We love this blog post by Zoltán Gócza at Shows how irrational we really are when it comes to buying stuff. I’m sure we all like to think that we buy things based on our careful analysis of the price and benefits, but really we are a little more illogical than that. This irrational behaviour is hard-wired into our brains and isn’t going to change any time soon, so think ...
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