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Questions for My Dying Father

Tweet               I’ll never forget when Dad called to tell me he had a brain tumour. That night, I woke up and couldn’t get back to sleep. A million things were running through my … Continue reading

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“2 Chairs” decision making

Tweet The first time I used the 2 chairs game as a decision making technique was when I was invited to go to the Australian Institute of Sport on scholarship for a year straight after finishing high school. Frankly I … Continue reading

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Using Death as a Compass

Tweet “But time, is on your side, it’s on your side, now” Cold Play Sadly Coldplay were lying. It’s never on our side. When I think about flying, it’s essentially a tin can thousands of meters above the earth travelling … Continue reading

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How to solve any problem in 20 mins – The Value of Extreme Questioning

Tweet Quick Background: I learned about the Extreme Questioning process from┬áLiz Wiseman (author of┬áMultipliers) at her one day workshop at the Growth Summit. Obviously I’m a big fan – this is my 3rd blog post on this book! Here’s no.1 … Continue reading

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How to Discover “Native Genius” – Taking action on Multipliers

Tweet This is a follow up on my previous blog post, the 4 Key leadership learnings from Multipliers. On Monday this week, Adam organised a “Native Genius” session for one of our Bluewire Media monthly meetings. It was a cracker! … Continue reading

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4 key leadership learnings from “Multipliers” (by Liz Wiseman)

Tweet The premise of Multipliers written by Liz Wiseman, is that any leader can be placed on a spectrum between being a Multiplier (good) and being a Diminisher (bad). (If you’re interested in finding out your style, try this questionnaire.) … Continue reading

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