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Productivity Book Promotion #BeBetter

As an executive and productivity coach, it isn’t very uncommon to have a book published on productivity. This was my first ever book and my next book on Success Principles will be published later this year. Given we are all back after a long summer, a great long bank holiday weekend, it might just be the right time to kick-start your productivity habits. I have developed a 7 pillar framework which looks at – Defining what success actually means – Looking at your values and purpose – Defining the here and now and status quo – What do you want to achieve? – Define your stepping stones. – Plan your actions, as a plan is no good without actions – #BeBetter There is a lot more in the book, about trusted systems, healthy bodies, and spirits; it covers habits and routines, productivity tools and more. Let me know if you like the ideas or want to have a chat about the book or how this could be applied to your executives and teams. Best thing. The book is FREE to download from AMAZON this week! Promotion is on until Thursday.

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Inspirational Thought: Goals

Your goals are the road maps that guide you and show you what is possible for your life. ~ Les Brown This is simple isn’t it? Set your goals. Think about what you want to achieve. And those goals will be the sign-posts on the way to master your life. In coaching we call these stepping stones. Little achievements to master life and achieve your dreams. Carry on. Best wishes, Volker

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new week, new clients – new decisions

I do not believe it is another week. Besides a very busy day at work, I met with a “client” for Career Coaching tonight. The goal setting process combined with a good NLP technique and the Buddhist view in combination with gut feeling – how do you do that? You start analytically and write down the pros and cons of the existing and the new job. Purely to find out what your clients likes, dislikes, what scares her/him. S/he gives so much away by talking about it and by using certain terms. Then you start the goal setting process, stepping stones and the approach of “if you had already achieved what you aim to achieve in this lifetime, how would you have got there“? By internally going where you would like to be in order to look back as if you had lived through your decision already, helps you to get a different perspective on it. Try going backwards on the different timeline, going via stepping stones you set before? Ever tried? You then have the choice of deepen the “what did you achieve” question with some “how did you achieve it” and “why did you achieve it”. Get some

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