Wednesday, 13 December 2017

The shift from knowledge to relationship workers

A great insight from the book 'Humans Are Underrated' referenced in my previous post here is about the shift from knowledge to relationship workers.

This is a common topic in my conversations with clients and a key to success in this purpose age.


"In all past ages profit was the key driver.

Knowledge was power.

During the Industrial Age society became part of the economy, arguably our biggest mistake as a human race.

It’s meant we have plundered the earth’s resources.

In the current age purpose (our reason for being in business) is the key driver.

Trust is power.

Profit is seen as it should be, a result of being good at business, not a reason for being in business."

The above is from my ebook 'Meaningful Work and The Meaning of Life'.

Should you acknowledge the shift from knowledge to relationship workers then you will find my ebook a must read. You can download it with my compliments by scrolling down here.

Be remarkable.
Ian

Monday, 11 December 2017

Humans are underrated

This is the book I'm currently studying.

It will definitely make my recommended reading list.

While I love how technology can enhance the human experience I'm tired of all the technology talk about digital and data being the be all and end all and so I'm drawn to books like this.

A key insight so far is that human interaction rules our lives.

The author says "It's even more valuable than we may realize. In a surprising number of ways it holds the key to our value."

Who will you become? What will you do next?

Be remarkable.
Ian

Friday, 8 December 2017

Are these 6 school problems also in your business?

These problems exist in organisations too. Are they in yours?



Who will you become? What will you do next?

Be remarkable.
Ian

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Monday, 4 December 2017

What you're accountable for and what you're not

I'd guess that the number one topic I have conversations with my clients about would be accountability.

When it's said and done I'm accountable for my intentions, feelings, thoughts and behaviours. So are you.

We all get into trouble when we try and take accountability for other people's intentions, feelings, thoughts and behaviours.

Who will you become? What will you do next?


Possible Next Step:

Take the Reasons, Relationships, and Routines Guarantee Results complimentary course from here where you can watch the compete/collaborate video and download the Changing What's Normal book.

Be remarkable.
Ian