It’s Our Thinking That Makes All The Difference!

100% of the time “success” has nothing to do with who or what we know. Rather, it has everything to do with what we are thinking.
It is our thoughts, perceptions and reactions to situations that is the key to unlocking all of our potential and revealing our best selves! Maximising this potential is what determines our success.

Are You Facing a Business Challenge?

My name is Vincent Byrne and I work with Business Owners, Service Professionals and Senior Executives. They typically come to me in order to address issues that they are having in operating their businesses, be it in dealing with difficult relationships, gaining clarity in plotting a business direction or overcoming obstacles to the business being successful.

The people that get most from our conversations are those who are open to learning and who are not looking for a quick fix but rather see and understand that the key to achieving whatever success means to them is entirely in their own hands. Our conversations seem to consistently bring up new ‘aha’s’ which, when given the space, people discover for themselves and are more likely to implement. I have found over the years that dispensing advice has limited value and so the true path to achieving tangible results is to help people towards their own realisations by holding the space, being curious, challenging and occasionally offering some relevant learning.

If this sounds like something that you might find of value, why not follow this ‘What’s The Problem?‘ link, complete some preliminary information and I will get back to you to start a conversation to see if I can indeed help you with your current challenge.

It’s Never Too Late

I was in the middle of writing my weekly piece this evening when I saw this short film on Facebook. I was intrigued because it was posted by actor, Ashton Kuchar and shared by my friend Fiona. I watched it and it really grabbed me, so I abandoned my original plan. I...

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Momentum is the Key

I heard a quote today from Theodore Roosevelt which struck a chord with me. It goes as follows: ‘In any situation the best thing you can do is the right thing; the next best thing is the wrong thing; but the worst thing you can do is nothing at all’ The reason it...

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Giving Yourself An ‘A’

Benjamin Zander is the principal conductor at the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra. I first came across him a couple of years ago when I saw his TED Talk entitled ‘The Transformative Power of Classical Music’. Whether you are interested in classical music or not I think...

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