and other ramblings of a small business owner

Posts Tagged: improvement

Feed Forward not Back

I went to a very interesting event in Truro this afternoon. It was run by Enterprising Women which is an organisation for women in business. After a couple of inspirational talks we were taught the Feed Forward technique. Feed Forward is a technique to help you continue to improve – in whatever area you wish […]

Still working on being brilliant

I’ve just completed the fourth week of my 90 days of brilliance plan and I’m still hanging in there. I started off by preparing very detailed weekly plans and sticking to them very closely, but that has tailed off somewhat. Instead I’m now setting overall goals for each week, giving myself much more flexibility day-to-day. […]

Pushing past that comfort zone!

I’ve had a couple of days of doing things that stretch my comfort zone. Thursday evening I went to my first book club meeting. I felt quite nervous beforehand because I really didn’t know what to expect, but of course when I got there it was absolutely fine. It turned out that I already knew […]

Confidence boosting link

As my current reading is on the subject of confidence I’ve been doing some looking around for related websites. The BBC has a good secton on improving your confidence, which includes some practical exercises to boost your confidence. Definitely looks like it’s worth spending a bit of time there and seeing what they have to […]

How’s your vision?

I had a brilliant meeting with my partner this afternoon. All of the ‘self-improvement’ books I’ve been reading recently say that to be successful you need to have a clear vision of what you want your work and lifestyle to be in the future. One of the tips is to imagine where you want to […]

What’s it all about?

Thanks for reading my first post on Brilliant Business Books. I’m very excited about starting a new blog. The main thrust of the blog is going to be reviews of the business-related books that I read. You’ve not doubt heard the phrase ‘prolific writer’, well I’m a ‘prolific reader’. I read a lot. And because […]