A fairground ride into the future

Fairground rides roller coasterHow has 2017 been for you?

A roller coaster ride, or a more predictable ride on the carousel?

When you started the year, which did you want?

It’s worth starting to think about 2018 and what you want from it. Even though you can’t see what’s coming, you CAN influence what turns up. One thing for sure is that the future will more likely bring what you keep thinking of, than what you don’t.

So start thinking and focussing on what you really want for the next year. And you know enough by now to realise that this means thinking about what you DO want rather than what you don’t want.

So what are your dreams for the coming year?

What do you want to achieve?

What do you want to be doing?

How do you want to feel?

You don’t need to tell me your answers, but you DO need to tell yourself.

I wish you success in realising your dreams and may health and happiness be your constant companions along the way.

From all of us at People Alchemy, our heartfelt very best wishes to you and your families for Christmas and the New Year.

By Paul Matthews – Speaker/Author/Expert on Informal Learning and Workforce Capability
Author of bestsellers “Capability at Work: How to Solve the Performance Puzzle
and “Informal Learning at Work: How to Boost Performance in Tough Times
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About the Author:

People Alchemy’s founder and managing director is Paul Matthews. Paul’s key skill is in making the ideas come alive with stories, and making sure his listeners receive practical tools and tips to take away and implement. He excels at reducing complex theory down to simple concepts and then articulating these in a way that everyone can understand, and more importantly, use to get better results for themselves and their organisations. Paul is a regular speaker at HR and L&D events and exhibitions covering topics such as harnessing the power of informal learning, capability at work, workplace performance, and how L&D can be effective in these tough times. He is also invited to speak on management and leadership, and how they impact on capability and performance at work.

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