Category: Paul’s Monday Tips

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But that’s obvious!

One of the biggest mistakes in our communication is thinking that since it's obvious to me, it should be obvious to everyone...
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LNTV: Dr Nigel Paine and Paul Matthews on behaviour change

Learning Now TV April 2024: Dr Nigel Paine and Paul Matthews talk about permanent behaviour change.
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How to do more in less time

Personal productivity is more about rhythm than perpetual motion. Working out when you are at your best is important.
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A trick with your eyes you can use to relax – instantly

Here is a very quick way to relax. It only takes a few moments to change your state using your peripheral vision. Let me explain.
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Using magnets on your team

Do you remember playing around with magnets and iron filings? People in an organisation are like that - lining up and following invisible cultural forces. ...
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Dealing with cultural permafrost

Permafrost is ground that is frozen. The top thin layer will thaw during the summer and flowers will bloom, but the underlying permafrost stays the ...
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They are such an idiot!

We are often incensed by how stupid, ignorant or (insert your own adjective here) other people can be. But are they really?
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What did you learn this week?

Monday motivation: What did you learn this week? What we learn changes who we are.
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Are you the enemy?

Think of the people who manage you. What do they do, or insist that you do that gets in the way of you getting your ...
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A simple hack for New Year resolutions

A different way to think about what you want to do differently in 2024: don't focus on doing it. What!!??
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