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‘Can you please come in to discuss your results?’

I can’t describe my entire thought process when I heard these words. This was a phone call I received from my Doctor in early 2019. I was 54 years old; I have a daughter who was only 5 at the time. I have never in my life had to go in to discuss results in person. I knew this was going to be bad news! I booked an appointment ASAP but still had to wait 2 days and 2 sleepless nights to get the results. 

I spent those two days operating on autopilot. I somehow got my daughter to school each day, I sat through work meetings and I think even contributed in them, I got dinner on the table each night all the while I obsessively going through all the possible scenarios in my head. The rational side of me was telling myself not to stress, wait until I know for sure before I worry, after all I have had symptoms for years and I am still alive and well- but in this situation all logic and rational goes out the window. My darkest thoughts- which would creep into my head at night was thinking about how life will be for my daughter without me, I had her at 49 my plan was not to leave her at 54. 

Rewind a few years further. I have had discomfort in my stomach for years, a history of glandular fever, rose river fever, irritable bowel syndrome and a leaky gut. Initially I was put on antibiotics, after some time I switched doctors. Everything started to improve then the unexplained weight gain hit. Nothing worked. When I got 15kg above my comfortable weight I decided to talk to my doctor who assured me it was because of ‘my age’.  I began to research stomach reduction surgery as it seemed like my only course of action. I insisted on getting a referral to a gut specialist. The specialist had to run some routine tests to determine whether I would be eligible for the surgery. 

And that is when I got my phone call. The phone call that turned my life around. In the course of testing for a ‘cosmetic surgery’ is when the specialist found Adenomatous polyps.  If left, these growths have a high chance of turning to cancer of the stomach and intestines. He wanted them removed within days. As relieved as I was that it was not as bad as I had feared, I knew this was serious. 

After my surgery I had a discussion with the specialist to understand what I needed to change to reduce these polyps forming again. He told me it is not about making drastic diet changes, I don’t have to completely cut out alcohol, or become a strict vegan, or quit sugar, or eat completely organic, but I do need to consider the quality of the product I choose to put in our bodies his advise was research sugar, additives put into meat products (he advised only purchase meat from a reputable butcher); research where I buy my fruit and vegetables from and quality of the water I drank and lastly, review the chemicals I used in my home.  His advice was amend those things and a long life you may have. 

Research I did – in abundance! 

During my recovery, while I was most motivated to make some lasting changes, I spent so much time researching .  There was one phrase that kept popping up: ‘Alkaline Water.’ I discovered that largely due to the foods and drinks we consume our bodies are becoming too acidic (low pH). A lot of serious illness can be attributed to having low pH levels in our bodies, and it is important for our health to keep our pH balanced. Alkaline (high pH) water can help stabilise our pH levels by counterbalancing the acidity in our diet. Ok I thought, I am going to give this a go!

Overwhelmed was an understatement when I decided to purchase an alkaline machine. There were so many products out there and such a huge difference in price. I read a lot of articles from sceptics, but I was in a desperate position and I didn’t see any articles saying it would hurt you. I noticed a lot of companies were putting information out there to discredit their competitors, they sounded like our politicians, saying more about what the other party was not doing and less about what they would do. Honestly, had I not been on bedrest I would have put it into the ‘one day’ pile.  I decided with confidence on the machine that produced variant ph levels of water from tap water. 

I started drinking my alkaline water. I’m sure each person is different, but for me I felt the changes straight away. To name a few I had more energy, I found it easier to consume than regular tap water and I didn’t get the bloated feeling afterward. The machine I purchased produced water with different levels of pH and after about a year of putting it into the ‘to do’ pile I finally got around to experimenting with the other settings. I wish I had done it sooner! I have not bought a single cleaning product since I started using the high acidic water for cleaning (it is a natural but powerful disinfectant that is stronger than bleach and used for sterilisation in some Japanese hospitals), another setting cleans meat, fruits and vegetables prior to preparing them (I have been amazed by what washes off them when washed in the right pH water), and I have even began experimenting in making my own beauty products and elixirs with amazing results that is saving me hundreds of dollars, let alone great results. So, in addition to creating a healthier version of myself, I have made my home free from toxins and chemicals, I’m saving money on beauty and cleaning products and saving storage space throughout my house.

I have made several changes since my health scare, I’ve become an advocate for natural oils, I use doTerra and am in love with their products and their ethos of giving back, but the use of the adjusted water has had a massive  impact on the health of myself and my family- my 86 year old, very set in her ways, mother has even been converted.

My advice to anyone who is looking into improving their health with alkaline water, essential oils or any other product: as overwhelming as it is, please please do your research. Not all products are made equally, expensive does not always mean quality and cheap does not always mean inferior. I would much prefer to see people make the change than be disheartened by all the information out there so I, of course am happy to share my research and personal experiences to anyone for free, no catches, that is passionate about improving their health and wellbeing. If you are one of those people feel free to get in contact with me at [email protected] 

Love Life ️ Love YOUR Life

Ferne Eliz King 

Want to learn more?

I specialise in prioritising and sequencing initiatives, projects, programs to facilitate businesses to achieve their aspirational future along with easy and clear practices to manage strategic change and tactical change.

I have over 30 years’ experience as a globally renowned consultant and have managed over 2.5 billion in programs of work as well as set up complex portfolio management offices.

My goal is to help individuals and businesses of all sizes achieve their aspirational future with key focuses on:

  • Prioritising and sequencing to achieve goals; essentially doing the right things, at the right time, in the right way
  • Critical thinking for strategic and tactical change
  • Shift in mindset, principles, and practices
  • Attain clarity in your focus, improved prioritisation and decision making
  • Advice for merger and acquisitions – day one readiness and beyond

To learn more follow me through Patreon https://www.patreon.com/FerneElizKing888

Alternatively, you can contact me for a 1:1 coaching session.

Love Life Love YOUR Life

Ferne Eliz King

About Ferne

My superpower is to ignite change and inspire actions to achieve the imaginable future of individuals and businesses. The first step is facilitating you to unlock your curiosity.

 

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Mindset The secret to shifting your finances from fine to fantastic

Mindset The secret to shifting your finances from fine to fantastic

Mindset The secret to shifting your finances from fine to fantastic

We all wish for wealth. We want to be able to pay off a home without feeling the financial pressure, we wish to be able to live the life that will fulfill us and those we care for and the world around us. We want to be able to splurge occasionally without feeling guilt. We want to stop living in scarcity mode! But… If you are honest with yourself, you have probably caught yourself thinking about having so much more. You don’t dare to dream it for risk of being avaricious, but it pops into your mind from time to time. There is a stigma around wealth and how people perceive it. I am challenging you today to shift that mindset if you have it.  It does not serve you.  There is NOTHING WRONG with dreaming big, in fact, I believe it is critical for success.

How much would you like to earn to live abundantly?
What would the experience be, how would you live, what impacts would you make, what legacy would you leave .. so many questions.

Shifting your Money mindset
Your money mindset is how you approach and make decisions about your finances. Your overall mindset towards money can have a big impact of your success so the first thing we need to do is address is any stigma you have around money. What is your earliest memory of money? Was it positive? The answer is almost always no, whether it be overhearing your parents worry about the bills, being deprived of something you really wanted because of money such as a school camp, a trip to the movies, or a toy that everyone else seemed to have, or overhearing trusted adults speak negatively about other people’s wealth. What we heard influences us.  How many heard “money does not grow on trees you know”? While it is very healthy to be exposed to the concept of money and budgeting from an early age, it may also put you in scarcity mode, it may stop you from putting yourself out there for fear of how others may perceive your success.

A big part of this journey is to be comfortable in yourself and remember that ‘those that mind don’t matter, and those that matter don’t mind.’

Surround yourself with people that will celebrate your success and be proud of you.

Take a moment to consider these questions.

  1. What is the worst thing that could happen if you succeeded in earning all the wealth you could imagine?
  2. What is the worst thing someone would say about you? Does that person really matter?
  3. What is the best thing that could happen with your abundance of wealth? How could you use that wealth for good?
  4. What are the best things that people would say about you?

Do your answers to 3 & 4 outweigh the answers to 1 & 2? If so, congratulations, you are on track to shifting your mindset. I often say in my bloggs… the experience you imagine when realising your goals needs to outweigh your fears.  If your fears outweigh the experience of the gaol you will fail to achieve what it is you dream for.   Either up the anti on the experience of the goal, or decrease your fear – balance the scales in your favour. 

Creating a positive relationship with money

  • Be positive, and use positive language (and believe it)
  • Be thankful when money comes to you, in your wage, in a gift, if you find 2$, be thank ful and say it out loud, say it to yourself, believe it
  • Don’t focus on your problems, focus on your solutions (focus on the things you can control)
  • Break bad habits by keeping your goals in mind (e.g. go from spending less on take away food to have more money for bills, to spending less of take away to have more savings to purchase something that will help you achieve your goals).
  • Know where you are right now in your financial situation, be real about your starting point
  • Think of 6 month, 12 month and 5 year financial goals
  • Write your goals down and keep them where you can see them everyday
  • dont be afraid to ask for help if needed, but I find that 90% of people have it within them to make this shift, others do not alter your mindset, you do

It is okay to dream, it is okay to set your aspirations high, it is okay to want more. Greed is the root of all evil, but money is not!

 

Ferne Eliz King

Love Life Love YOUR Life

Want to learn more?

I specialise in prioritising and sequencing initiatives, projects, programs to facilitate businesses to achieve their aspirational future along with easy and clear practices to manage strategic change and tactical change.

I have over 30 years’ experience as a globally renowned consultant and have managed over 2.5 billion in programs of work as well as set up complex portfolio management offices.

My goal is to help individuals and businesses of all sizes achieve their aspirational future with key focuses on:

  • Prioritising and sequencing to achieve goals; essentially doing the right things, at the right time, in the right way
  • Critical thinking for strategic and tactical change
  • Shift in mindset, principles, and practices
  • Attain clarity in your focus, improved prioritisation and decision making
  • Advice for merger and acquisitions – day one readiness and beyond

To learn more follow me through Patreon https://www.patreon.com/FerneElizKing888

Alternatively, you can contact me for a 1:1 coaching session.

Love Life Love YOUR Life

Ferne Eliz King

About Ferne

My superpower is to ignite change and inspire actions to achieve the imaginable future of individuals and businesses. The first step is facilitating you to unlock your curiosity.

 

Rejig Focus To Take Inspiring Action

Health & A Clean Green Home

Ferne Eliz King Chit Chat

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Establishing a trusting relationship with employees

Establishing a trusting relationship with employees

Establishing a trusting relationship with employees.

‘Once bitten, twice shy’, the reason few will have complete trust in your management at the onset of their employment. Sadly, most people have encountered a negative experience with a manager or supervisor at some point in their career, so as a manager, do not assume trust, it is your job to gain the trust of each of your employees. We know about the amazing things that happen when employees trust their superiors. It creates a culture of satisfied and motivated employees which is important for productivity and revenue. Personally, I don’t believe trust is hard to earn if you work with integrity and compassion, and you will find the more trustworthy you are, the more you will in turn, trust your employees.

Regardless of your current situation with employees there are a range of strategies you can implement to your management strategies to gain, regain or renew a trusting relationship with your employees.

Characteristics of a trustworthy manager

  • Know your values, know the values of the individuals in your team, know the values of your company – articulate them, demonstrate them, celebrate them
  • Honest: Even when it involves delivering sensitive or difficult information. Be compassionate, but aware that in business, people want the truth even if it hurts. Stand in the shoes of the receiver.  NEVER DELIVER BAD NEWS ON A FRIDAY, in fact never deliver any news on a Friday. 
  • Integrity: Simply do what you say you will do.
  • Respectful: This involves some self-awareness as many people may not even realise that they are not demonstrating respect to others. Simple gestures such as stopping a task to provide your undivided attention to someone, making eye contact, acknowledging people as you pass them.  When there is a conversation in play – give it your all.
  • Approachable: If you aren’t liked, you aren’t trusted.
  • Compassionate: Always remember your employee’s are human beings with feelings, opinions, aspirations and, personal lives. Treat them in a way that you would expect a loved one of yours to be treated by their managers.
  • Supportive: Even during the difficult times or when mistakes have been made

Actions of a trustworthy manager

  • Be a person when you introduce yourself. Use your name, not your position
  • Acknowledge mistakes and failure happens (even by you): Create a secure environment in which employees are comfortable owning up to their mistakes to ensure they are rectified as a team promptly. Learning together and sharing failures will help your design thinking and innovative approaches to problem solving. 
  • Show respectful interest in your employees lives. Personal lives can affect work performance. During difficult times employees are more likely to open up to managers that have shown a genuine interest getting to know them. The compassion you have during the difficult times will not easily be forgotten in the good times.
  • Ask more than tell: What is the most effective way to build trust? Ask, Ask Ask! Simply asking your employees as individuals what would build their trust, how they prefer you to give recognition or feedback. It is a lot more effective than guessing.
  • Listen: We typically do not hear 60% of what has been said, listening, hearing and understanding are important skills to learn in management. Be quiet and allow time for the speaker to talk. Paraphrase what you have heard back to check understanding.
  • Model the behaviour you expect: There is no quicker way to lose the respect and trust of an employee than adopting the ‘do as I say, not as I do’ attitude.
  • No unpleasant surprises: No one likes to be surprised with a performance review, bad news, redundancy, or anything of that nature. Transparency and communication are crucial for building trust.
  • Praise your employees often. This small but incredible gesture is often forgotten, meaning most employees are only hearing from you if there is a concern. Being praised releases dopamine and oxytocin. Organisations with a culture of praise are 20% more productive and profitable.
  • Confidence: Treat them as though you trust them. Trust is a two-way street, if you want your employees to trust you, you must be willing to do the same for them. Give them the freedom to complete tasks without micromanaging them and allow them to develop their own ways to achieve.
  • Confidentiality: This is basic management, but especially important. Be mindful of what you say about one employee’s performance or personal circumstances to another. Office gossip spreads like wildfire, and one slip of the tongue could lose the trust you have built up within minutes.
  • Be silent: Give you employees the chance to think, problem solve and contribute their ideas. If you have all the answers, no one will grow.

Trust can be earnt be establishing a relationship and demonstrating strong communication and respect. Trust goes both ways; the more trustworthy you are, the more trustworthy your employees will be. The smallest of kind gestures, such as buying a round of coffee or shouting a lunch will go a long way.

Love Life  Love YOUR Life

Ferne Eliz King

Want to learn more?

I specialise in prioritising and sequencing initiatives, projects, programs to facilitate businesses to achieve their aspirational future along with easy and clear practices to manage strategic change and tactical change.

I have over 30 years’ experience as a globally renowned consultant and have managed over 2.5 billion in programs of work as well as set up complex portfolio management offices.

My goal is to help individuals and businesses of all sizes achieve their aspirational future with key focuses on:

  • Prioritising and sequencing to achieve goals; essentially doing the right things, at the right time, in the right way
  • Critical thinking for strategic and tactical change
  • Shift in mindset, principles, and practices
  • Attain clarity in your focus, improved prioritisation and decision making
  • Advice for merger and acquisitions – day one readiness and beyond

To learn more follow me through Patreon https://www.patreon.com/FerneElizKing888

Alternatively, you can contact me for a 1:1 coaching session.

Love Life Love YOUR Life

Ferne Eliz King

About Ferne

My superpower is to ignite change and inspire actions to achieve the imaginable future of individuals and businesses. The first step is facilitating you to unlock your curiosity.

 

Rejig Focus To Take Inspiring Action

Health & A Clean Green Home

Ferne Eliz King Chit Chat

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How many people are you helping this month?

How many people are you helping this month?

Selling My Services!

What would happen if we begin to measure success by the number of people that we have helped instead of a dollar amount? I know money is important and ‘good feelings’ don’t pay the bills. But I have recently explored this concept and while it may not be for everyone, I thought I would share what I have discovered.

I have always loved what I do and I get a massive kick out of people doing something different tomorrow because of their engagement with me today.  I am finding myself more motivated than when my focus was meeting financial targets.

To state the obvious, by helping X number of clients, I am still going to be generating X amount of revenue, but this mindset shift has helped me with my Achilles’ heel, the one area of my job I have never felt comfortable: Selling My Service!

I know I am not alone. No matter the passion, or how amazing you are at what you do, the reality is: Selling makes a lot of people uncomfortable.

Entrepreneur and self-made millionaire, Dean Graziosi explains the secret to selling is to “change what selling means to you. Start thinking “I’m happy to sell them this because I know it can make a positive impact on their life” …I love what I do and the service that I offer. I know I’m making a difference for people, so much that I feel I’m doing a disservice if I don’t get them to take action.”

Let’s refresh the way we look at generating the revenue we need to live.

How will your product or service help your client? What would be the consequence to your client if they did NOT purchase your product or service? Keep reminding yourself of that consequence, you are HELPING your clients improve their quality of life. Your business goal is to offer an amazing product or service that will be of value to your clients.

So instead of thinking and experiencing “doing what you love and watching the money follow”, amend this to “do what you love and see the difference you make to peoples lives” – and be proud of that services and valued for the payment you receive for it.

How many clients do you want to help this month, what is the value of that service to them, be proud!

Ferne Eliz King

Love Life  Love YOUR Life

Want to learn more?

I specialise in prioritising and sequencing initiatives, projects, programs to facilitate businesses to achieve their aspirational future along with easy and clear practices to manage strategic change and tactical change.

I have over 30 years’ experience as a globally renowned consultant and have managed over 2.5 billion in programs of work as well as set up complex portfolio management offices.

My goal is to help individuals and businesses of all sizes achieve their aspirational future with key focuses on:

  • Prioritising and sequencing to achieve goals; essentially doing the right things, at the right time, in the right way
  • Critical thinking for strategic and tactical change
  • Shift in mindset, principles, and practices
  • Attain clarity in your focus, improved prioritisation and decision making
  • Advice for merger and acquisitions – day one readiness and beyond

To learn more follow me through Patreon https://www.patreon.com/FerneElizKing888

Alternatively, you can contact me for a 1:1 coaching session.

Love Life Love YOUR Life

Ferne Eliz King

About Ferne

My superpower is to ignite change and inspire actions to achieve the imaginable future of individuals and businesses. The first step is facilitating you to unlock your curiosity.

 

Rejig Focus To Take Inspiring Action

Health & A Clean Green Home

Ferne Eliz King Chit Chat

Create the Tiny Life You Crave

Setting Achievable Goals in Business

Setting Achievable Goals in Business

Setting Achievable Goals in Business

“People with goals succeed because they know where they are going…” – Earl Nightingale

There is an art to setting business goals. When a business fails to achieve a goal, fault is often put on the actions taken along the journey, when in fact the goal itself is frequently problematic. The goal you set is just as important as the actions you take to succeed… So take the time to carefully establish your goals before you begin to chase your dreams!

Before you set a Goal

Articulate the vision and the purpose.

Be very clear in one short paragraph or less of the vision and the purpose of the goal.  Describe the experience you and those affected, impacted, by the goal will experience.  What will be different for you and them when that goal is realised. 

Complete a SWOT analysis.

“Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats.” Don’t skip this step! It will get you thinking about your challenges and how to best overcome them. 

Know your Industry.

What direction do you believe your industry is headed? What will the future look like in 2, 5 or 10 years? Make educated predictions about your industry and use this insight establish goals that will move you in the right direction.  What issues have occurred historically?  What has been solved for and succeeded and failed, use these insights to help form your opinions. 

Know your Competitors.

It is vital to understand your competitors. Use them as a benchmark to strengthen your point of difference and set goals to exceed and lead in your industry. What are their strengths, their weaknesses. 

What is your point of difference?

What makes you different, what do you do in your business that is different?  What is it that gives you a point of difference? 

What is your values you will live by and expect others to also do?

What are your values and what are the non negotiables.  The tighter you have this, the stronger your point of difference will become.  Hire to it, partner to it, collaborate to it, align customers via it.  Do not let this be your achilleas heal. 

Setting your Goals 

Objectives:

It needs to be clear with each goal, exactly what is the objective of EACH goal.  The goals you set should by challenging but realistic. Your team will not support and will not be motivated to work towards a goal that is too far out of reach. The goals you set should be achievable within 3 years and you must have the resources needed to succeed.

Measurable – Key Results:

How will you know when you have succeeded? Use figures to make your goals measurable. What percentage do you want to increase sales by? Without this detail a growth of 0.2% and 20% will both be considered an achievement. How will you know you have achieved the goal? 

Relevance and Priority:

Keep a visual reminder of your vision or mission to ensure the goals you set align with your corporation’s values and objectives.  Demonstrate the link between this goal and objective to the priorities of the vision and purpose of your business unit and anything that is bigger or broader than your division.  Connect the dots. Prioritisation is a critical element to gain stakeholder support.  

Timely:

What is the timeframe for this goal? When will you need to achieve this by?  What needs to come before it for success, what needs to come after it for continual improvement? 

Actions & Translate those action to Receiving and Embedding Change Safely and Sustainably .. the thing that will be different:

Actionable steps need to be planned to bridge the gap between now and success with ‘checkpoints’ along the way. If you want to gain more clients, by what percent? By when? What action will be taken? Setting goals is not a task that should be rushed, those involved in the goal setting process must be given ample time to reflect and respond.  Often the receiving and embedding doing the ‘thing’ that will be different is overlooked.  We all need to become masters of change in our current environments.  Dont fail in the last 10% when the receiving and embedding the change is the thing that will determine 100% of the success.

 

Ferne Eliz King

Love Life  Love YOUR Life

Want to learn more?

I specialise in prioritising and sequencing initiatives, projects, programs to facilitate businesses to achieve their aspirational future along with easy and clear practices to manage strategic change and tactical change.

I have over 30 years’ experience as a globally renowned consultant and have managed over 2.5 billion in programs of work as well as set up complex portfolio management offices.

My goal is to help individuals and businesses of all sizes achieve their aspirational future with key focuses on:

  • Prioritising and sequencing to achieve goals; essentially doing the right things, at the right time, in the right way
  • Critical thinking for strategic and tactical change
  • Shift in mindset, principles, and practices
  • Attain clarity in your focus, improved prioritisation and decision making
  • Advice for merger and acquisitions – day one readiness and beyond

To learn more follow me through Patreon https://www.patreon.com/FerneElizKing888

Alternatively, you can contact me for a 1:1 coaching session.

Love Life Love YOUR Life

Ferne Eliz King

About Ferne

My superpower is to ignite change and inspire actions to achieve the imaginable future of individuals and businesses. The first step is facilitating you to unlock your curiosity.

 

Rejig Focus To Take Inspiring Action

Health & A Clean Green Home

Ferne Eliz King Chit Chat

Create the Tiny Life You Crave

Succeeding in your Business Goals

Succeeding in your Business Goals

Succeeding in your Business Goals

The most effective way to progress in business is to set goals. There are many circumstances behind a goal that is never achieved, and often the reason is centred around ineffective planning and a loss of motivation. The road to success is not always a smooth one, but there are a range of methods and strategies to stay on track and to keep motivated when things get difficult.

Remember Your “Why” & What Values Drive You

What is the outcome from achieving this goal? Always remember your why, write it down and display it where you can be frequently reminded, especially when you hit bumps along the road.  Also describe your values, what are the guard rails you will apply to get to your why.   Be acutely aware of your values, this will determine the pace and journey you take to get to your goal. 

Spread the Word

Publicly communicate the goal to ensure you have people to hold you accountable. Accountability is one of the more effective motivators. Set up a digital calendar where those involved in the project can track its progress, know their role and deadlines and access resources.

Use the Stairs

Use a staircase to map out the chronological actions that must be taken to bridge the gap between your now and success.  Break down your goal and determine small, measurable subgoals and celebrate each achievement. As an example, if your goal is to increase revenue by 10% in 12 months, the first step could be redeveloping a revised marketing campaign and launch it within 8 weeks.

What swimlane are you in, what swimlane are others in

When several individuals or teams are involved in working towards a goal, it is important that each of them are clear of their role, their swimlane! Regular briefings are necessary, particularly on large scale projects to reflect on what is and isn’t working, alter the path when necessary and track progress.

Identify the Resources Needed

When the goal is set, the journey to success is mapped out be very clear on the skills required to bring the outcome to life, identify gaps and deal to them early.  Align team with similar or same values. 

Stick to your Deadlines.

Create a realistic timeline, and stick to it.  Be very clear what priorities come before this activity if there are constraints, be clear on where this activity sits within your overall priorities.

Celebrate the successes, and learnings as well.

Reward yourself and your team each time a target is met within the deadline and also when there has been a significant learning. 

Reflect and Revise Along the way.

It is rare to have a completely seamless journey to success in anything we do, being agile, creating a great team dynamic to reflect, revise, regularly, make it part of your weekly ways of working.  Recognise when something isn’t working and needs to be changed – not take weeks or days, address when the issue is identified.

Listen to those around you, even those you dont align to

Listening is a core skill for success, good, bad, indifferent.  Listen to between the lines, listen to the detractors, listen to the advocates.  Form your own opinion after listening. 

Imagine the feeling, the experiences you and others will have when the goal or outcome is realised.  Is the excitement of the goal larger than any fear you have to achieve it?  

If you have a fear that is greater than the feeling of excitement to realise the goal – address that fear now or you will never realise your goal. 

Love Life  Love YOUR Life

Ferne Eliz King

Want to learn more?

I specialise in prioritising and sequencing initiatives, projects, programs to facilitate businesses to achieve their aspirational future along with easy and clear practices to manage strategic change and tactical change.

I have over 30 years’ experience as a globally renowned consultant and have managed over 2.5 billion in programs of work as well as set up complex portfolio management offices.

My goal is to help individuals and businesses of all sizes achieve their aspirational future with key focuses on:

  • Prioritising and sequencing to achieve goals; essentially doing the right things, at the right time, in the right way
  • Critical thinking for strategic and tactical change
  • Shift in mindset, principles, and practices
  • Attain clarity in your focus, improved prioritisation and decision making
  • Advice for merger and acquisitions – day one readiness and beyond

To learn more follow me through Patreon https://www.patreon.com/FerneElizKing888

Alternatively, you can contact me for a 1:1 coaching session.

Love Life Love YOUR Life

Ferne Eliz King

About Ferne

My superpower is to ignite change and inspire actions to achieve the imaginable future of individuals and businesses. The first step is facilitating you to unlock your curiosity.

 

Rejig Focus To Take Inspiring Action

Health & A Clean Green Home

Ferne Eliz King Chit Chat

Create the Tiny Life You Crave