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What happens when we give collaboration a chance

What happens when we give collaboration a chance

Fear, Mindset
More connected than ever? We live in a hyper-connected world. There are apps today that help solve problems you didn’t even know you had and enough social media networks to keep you busy all day. But are we missing out on real, human relationships? Collaboration over competition We’ve been brought up with Darwinian ideas that only the fittest survive - it’s ‘each man (or woman!) for themselves.' But the truth is, even at a very basic level, the vast majority of businesses are part of a much bigger value network made up of various providers, manufacturers, logistics businesses, distributors, retailers as well as the customers themselves. The ability to communicate, collaborate and connect with others is fundamental to any single business' success. So… why is it so easy to forget…
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The 7 Misconceptions Keeping You Stuck

The 7 Misconceptions Keeping You Stuck

Mindset
Today’s guest post comes from Wildfire Women speaker Ebonie Allard, who is busting these misconceptions we've probably all experienced from time to time - and helping us get unstuck. Take it away Ebonie! I hear you, you feel overwhelmed, like you’ve never got any time, like you can’t remember who you really are any more and if you’re honest, life feels hard! But, what if I were to tell you that there are 7 misconceptions that are keeping you stuck? There may well be many more, but these are the seven biggest misconceptions that I see over and over. It is my intention to help you get clarity, feel more confident, have greater courage and as a result also be calmer more of the time, so that you can live by your…
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One Way To Tackle Your Public Speaking Fear

One Way To Tackle Your Public Speaking Fear

Confidence, Fear
Today's guest post comes from Annik from Pony Express Speakers Club - who knows a thing or two about facing up to the fear so many of us have... public speaking. Take it away Annik! One of my clients threw a little tantrum the other day. She felt nervous about speaking, and wanted those nerves gone. Immediately. I think some of us can relate to that, right? As speakers, it can be frustrating to feel the familiar sensations of fear time and time again, perhaps long after we tell ourselves we should be over it. The racing heart, the shaky legs, the sweaty palms. We want them gone. Banished. So we can get on with the important business of communicating our message. So we can feel free. Growing up, I…
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