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What to unlearn is just as important as what to learn

We put a lot of energy and planning into what to learn, but do we ever consider what we need to unlearn?

You might think to yourself, why do I need to unlearn anything?

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7 resources for new people managers

Are you a new manager? perhaps, aspiring to be one? or an established one looking to evolve your skills? Then check out these 8 resources to learn the basics of being a great leader.

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Leadership lessons: The Sir Alex Ferguson approach

A legendary figure in world football and probably all of sports management.

Sir Alex Ferguson lead the Manchester United football team for 26 years, winning a list of awards so long I couldn’t list them here. He’s considered one the greatest and most successful managers of all time.

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We are not here to take part, we are here to take over!

What is the line between extraordinary and ordinary? perhaps it can be best summarised as those who accept the world as it is and those who change the world.

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The cost of kindness

There isn’t one, it’s free.

So why not be good to your fellow human, wave at people, say hello – be a kind person.

It cost us nothing to be kind to another human and it even might make you feel a little bit happier too. When you see someone who looks down, then fire them a smile or when someone looks like today is not their day, then a simple hey, how are you? can go a long way.

You can change someones world in a moment with an act of kindness, an act at no cost to any of us but it’s rewards can be limitless.

You can feel good, make others feel good and put some more good out into this world, because we honestly need more of it. You’d be surprised at how kind many people are, can be and will be when you make a little effort.

Remember the cost of kindness is always free, so why don’t we use it a little more?

Here’s my act of kindness to let you know:


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