On 14th October 2012, Felix Baumgartner became the first human to sky-dive from the edge of space when he stepped off the platform of his balloon-lifted capsual at an altitude of 39,045 m (128,100 ft) and fell back to Earth at speeds of up to 1,342.1 kilometres per hour (833.9 mph), which corresponds to Mach 1.24, making him the first human […]
What can Colonel Saunders, Walt Disney and Thomas Edison teach us about success and our own approach?
Quit a lot, as it turns out, including 5 key steps.
There is no doubting the huge success of the Olympics and the tremendous support they gathered. But was it always plain sailing? And what can we learn from the organisers’ approach?
We know that when we achieve things we should pause and take a moment to reflect upon and celebrate our achievements. It’s a great idea and we know that doing so is a neat idea.
However, the reality is that it even when we do achieve great things, is all too easy for us to spend so much time and energy focusing on what we have not achieved rather than what we have achieved!
I was speaking recently with a friend and we got to talking about hobbies, things that we do purely for our own enjoyment and pleasure. Now, this friend likes to indulge in his artistic side but he confessed that he found he was not getting the enjoyment he had expected from his hobby. After we […]