They say that life is a rollercoaster (or was that 10cc?) and for others it’s a merry-go-round. Perhaps now is a good time to jump off and use this time of change to step off, to pause, breathe and refocus. Jeff Burns gives his thoughts in his latest Blog post.
Within the world of business, the importance of good mentors and role models cannot be emphasised highly enough. A good mentor can open doors, share their experiences (good and bad), offer ideas, be a sounding board, and challenge and inspire you. Read how Jeff’s friend and mentor inspired him to become gooder at magic.
Over the years we have taught hundreds of people how to juggle. Usually in an hour or less. Learning to juggle can help open up conversations that moves people forward, has a host of health benefits, is great fun and it might be simpler than you first thought…with the right coaching!
Last month I attended a conference and one of the speakers asked the audience to raise their hands if they were overthinkers. Most people – around 90% of the room, including me – raised their hands. I was amazed by this and didn’t realise that overthinking was such a common problem. So, here are some practical things that have helped me manage my overthinking.
No one can disagree on the goodwill and brand awareness that Lego has developed since its creation nearly 70 years ago. But what can this teach us about safety? Let’s explore some thoughts.
People often ask us “Do you still get nervous before a show?”
We have performed thousands of times in many different countries. Each event, venue and audience is different, so it’s an interesting question and one that we think about quite a bit.
Are your safety events inspiring people? The dictionary definition of ‘inspire’ is to fill someone with the urge or ability to do or feel something. And yet a common feeling during safety meetings is the desire to be out of the meeting! Read on to find out how to inspire your safety audience.