Friday, 23 September 2016

It's not what I say, rather what you hear yourself say to yourself

The opening minutes of my presentations always include the statement: It’s not what I say that’s important, rather what you hear yourself say to yourself, and then do your own unique work.

This philosophy is integral to all my work with clients. And, it's the key to you gaining your most value from The Appreciative Leader handbook, now with the designers and printers, with expected publication within the next 30 days.

There will only be 150 copies of this signed, numbered, limited edition handcrafted guide. I've chosen this number very carefully based on my decades of experience with Dunbar's number or as Seth Godin rightly calls it here, Dunbar's Law.

I have also chosen this number due to my increasing boredom with social media, the media in general, and the associated obsession with the masses. In my case I prefer to have meaningful and highly valuable and mutually rewarding relationships with a few people, rather than trying to engage with many people.

Become 1 of the 150 and you'll also be able to enjoy the benefits of the exclusive Appreciative Leader Community which are outlined here.

You'll see at the link above details of how the 150 copies are available:

24 already spoken for. Should you have emailed me and/or completed the special survey then you are among the 24 people and therefore you don't need to take any further action. I'll be in touch with you very soon.

18 via online seminar. Registration desk open.

18 via wine and wisdom evenings.

18 via full day master-classes.

15 via conference package.

15 via tailored leadership team master-class.

15 through membership of an online master-mind group.

7 through membership of in person master-mind group in Ballarat.

20 via a bespoke program for 1 organisation.

All the details here.

Be remarkable.
Ian
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