Learn from your mistakes

Accepting and learning from your mistakes

Tasha Horton People

Mistakes are unavoidable  We all make mistakes there are no two ways about it. Whether our failures are big, small or a massive faux pas they don’t exactly present themselves as an awesome learning opportunity. We often live our lives to avoid mistakes by sitting in our comfort zone, but mistakes don’t always have to be seen as catastrophic failures.   My maths …

mental health

Look after your mental health not just your business

Tasha Horton People

Last week on the 10th of October was world mental health day. The objective was to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world to mobilise efforts to support them. 1 in four people are diagnosed with a mental health issue.    Mental health in the workplace  As adults, we spend a large proportion of our lives at work. It’s no …

How to Prepare Your Business for the Outside World

Paul Webster Advice, People

No business operates in a vacuum. Outside forces impact nearly all aspects of every business. But how can you make sense of all that’s going on? Thankfully, there’s a simple but effective answer. PESTLE analysis is used by some of the world’s top businesses to analyse the world around them. It stands for Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal and Environmental. …

How to improve your business RIGHT NOW!

Paul Webster Advice, People

Businesses need to constantly improve if they are to succeed. But how do you know what to keep and what to change? Fortunately, there’s a fantastically easy solution to this problem that you could do right here and now. SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) is one of the most popular tools for assessing the internal environment of a …

How to make a GREAT presentation

Paul Webster People

Almost everyone has to deliver a presentation at some point. But what separates the bad from the great? Here are our top tips for delivering fantastic, persuasive presentations that will keep your audience engaged! Don’t use too many words! Too many words will send an audience to sleep. Limit the amount of words on each slide to the absolute minimum …

The future

100 years of change. Some good some bad.

Tasha Horton People

1917 to 2017 100 years of change  Since 1917 the world has changed tremendously. 100 years is a long time and a lot has happened. Here’s a look at how the world has changed in the last 100 years and some of the top headlines of the time. Some changes are good and some are bad and we’ve made some …

Is your Business Strategy right for you?

Paul Webster People

Business Strategy can seem like a complicated subject. Often it can be difficult to pin down. What’s the right strategy for you? Fortunately, Henry Mintzberg (an acclaimed business author) suggests that strategy is made up of 5 different elements: Plan, Ploy, Pattern, Position and Perspective. Your business may be using any combination of these different aspects to strategy, and this …

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The Slight Edge. The simple life-changing philosophy

Tasha Horton People

What is the Slight Edge   The slight edge principle is about being successful – at work, at home and at life in general. The slight edge principle so easy that you already possess all the skills needed to implement it in your life. It is one of the easiest tasks you will ever embark on, however, it is also easy not to do. The slight edge is all …

How do I make a GREAT Business Plan?

Paul Webster People

Business Plans are often essential in making projects and whole businesses go from idea to reality. But what does an investor need to see in order to say yes to your proposal? This guide will take you through setting out your business plan to make your ideas come to life! Executive Summary By far the most important page of your …