With the economic downturn and the pandemic, many businesses will close.
It is likely that the selling prices of businesses will decrease significantly.
If you do want to get as much as possible from the sale of your business, you need to find ways to increase its value. I work with a team of industry experts who have many years of business experience and practice in advising business owners to identify how to add value to the business while preparing for sale.
More than ever, there are today three types of leaders at the top of large organisations. They are psychopathic & narcissistic leaders, older leaders moving forward self-actualisation and young business leaders who see leadership as a skill to influence others.
With the constant degradation of the global economy and the latest pandemic, we are now seeing many “shoot from the hip” leaders who have no time for communication, negotiation and diplomacy. They, unfortunately, appear at both ends of the leadership spectrum.
Squeezed in the middle are the wise, older leaders who want to make a difference to the people they lead as well as spending time on their own personal development.
To progress, you need a coach who can see who you really are and how far you can go. My passion is Innovation. I am visionary, creative, unconventional, and forward-thinking. I am the secret weapon of most of my clients..
The outcome is the possibility to enjoy your later years at the helm of your corporation.
A business friend once told me that, unfortunately, it took a heart attack at the age for 40 to make him realise the way most of us do business is not healthy. In his case, it was the constant stress due to running a small business that caused the heart attack… and forced him to re-evaluate his life.
With so many misconceptions about self-hypnosis floating about, I thought I would give you a case study along with information about what self-hypnosis really is, and how you can use it as a valuable tool to improve your life.
Jerry has been working in the Hospitality industry for 25+ years. He took over the business from his father and grew it into a successful company that now has over 20 employees. A few years ago, Jerry was a typical stressed-out executive.