I love writing how-to articles and sharing strategies, insights, techniques and tips that help with improving performance and creating more engagement.
Read on to find out why I enjoy writing them, and how applying the contents of these how-tos can spill over to all areas of your life. Get in touch if you’d like to talk about how I can help you implement the strategies, insights, techniques and tips to your work and life. And subscribe to my newsletter to be notified when I publish new posts and articles.
Why do I love writing how-to articles?
I have an insatiable curiosity about the world, and human beings in particular. I love learning about how our minds, bodies and imaginations work, and how we can learn, grow, develop and flourish.
But theory only gets us so far! We need ways to translate theoretical knowledge into practical steps. And that’s where my how-to articles come in.
My goal with each article is for you, the reader, to walk away with at least one straightforward action that will make some kind of improvement to your work, relationships and life.
The "spillover effect"
Time and time again, I have seen the “spillover effect” at work when someone dedicates themselves to their personal and professional development.
What’s the spillover effect? Well, when we make a change for the good, it doesn’t “stay put” in the area where we implemented it. Instead, the benefits spill over into all areas of our lives. For example, if you hone your communication skills with intention of becoming a better leader, you’ll also become a better friend, family member, partner and parent. Or, if you’re working on becoming a better listener for your friends, inevitably your colleagues will experience this for themselves.
And by making a change for good in ourselves, we can trigger the domino effect. As we improve, we can inspire and help the people around us to make a change for good themselves. This helps everyone experience the benefits of positive change. What’s not to love?
Access to all of my how-to articles
Reading Time: 5 minutes If you’ve read through my previous series on how to have great ideas, ‘involve others’ will be a familiar strategy for you. There’s an excellent
Reading Time: 5 minutes Welcome back to my “How to have great ideas” series. If you’re looking to learn new ways to generate great ideas, you’ve come to the
Reading Time: 5 minutes Hand-in-hand with prioritising your ideas, it’s vital to align your actions to your vision. When we don’t align things properly, we waste an awful lot
Reading Time: 7 minutes Welcome back to the “How to have great ideas” series. My previous article covered the first strategy for having great ideas, which is to have
Reading Time: 4 minutes As leaders and managers, we often have a secret dream of finding the one great idea that will turbo-charge our teams and deliver extraordinary results.
Reading Time: 7 minutes We’re shifting focus slightly in this post, to look at a strategy that will keep our thinking and idea generation as broad and open as
Reading Time: 5 minutes So far in the series, we’ve looked at strategies that directly apply to our thinking. In this post, we’ll look at a strategy that helps
Reading Time: 7 minutes A large part of modern work and life centres on communication. But how often have you been surprised when someone misinterprets something you’ve said? When
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