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Title: The Pareto Principle, or


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How to be…
G.R.E.A.T
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m b a
mba-consulting.co.uk
3
Words of reassurance…
George Bush
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Why do we need G.R.E.A.T?
Harris poll of 12,000 workers found only 50 of
time spent on mission critical.
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Information overload
  • 40 of workers interrupted more than 6 times per
    hour by intrusive communications.
  • The average knowledge worker spends 150 hours per
    year looking for lost information
  • Knowledge workers spend 13 years in meetings.
    Half of which is wasted!

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In the long run, we tend to hit what we aim
for. - Henry Longfellow
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If you dont know where you are going, any road
will take you there
George Harrison
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Sometimes I feel like a back seat passenger in
the car of my lifes journey
Chris Hansen, MBA course delegate
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G
.oals
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Why are goals so important and how do they work?
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Past
Present
Future
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Yale Study
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First rule of goal setting
Have Some
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  • My goal is …
  • … to get fit
  • … to lose weight
  • … to get a better job
  • … to earn more money
  • … to learn to speak French
  • … whats wrong with these goals?

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Get Smart!
S pecific M easurable
A chievable R elevant
T imebased
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R
.isk
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If you never make a mistake, you never make
anything
  • Tom Watson
  • Tom Peters
  • Mel Gibson

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Thomas Edison Sir Isaac Newton Clive
Sinclair Charles Babbage David Beckham
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Dont give up your day job …
  • - Dr. Len Fisher the Dunkability Zenith
  • Cornell Uni incompetent people are
    incompetent at recognising incompetence
  • The Blonsky
  • - Buck Weimer of Colorado UnderEase Pants
  • - Robert Lopez work on Cat ear mites
  • -Nijmegan Bristol University Using magnets to
    levitate frogs.
  • - The Mathematician Odds of 710,609,175,188,282,
    000 to 1 that Mikhail Gorbachev if the
    anti-Christ.

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Quantity is more important than quality
We seek a State of Fluency
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E
.nergy
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Energy
Time
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Energy
Time
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  • When is your best time of the day? When are you
    most creative, thoughtful and inspired? Organise
    yourself to make the most of your energy peaks -
    even if these are at 600am

Stephen Bubb, Chief Executive, ACEVO
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Peak Time
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Peak Time is …
A space in time free from interruptions to allow
you to focus on quality
Used by ASDA /
KODAK /
News International
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A
.ttitude
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Whether you believe you can, or believe you
cant … youre probably right
Henry Ford
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Put your hand up if you regularly hear a voice
inside your head …
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Self Talk
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  • Your internal monologue (your thinking),
    strengthens and reinforces belief, by
    strengthening those neural pathways concerned
    with belief
  • Belief affects performance

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Self talk is usually negative. Why? Because
of over 100,000 nos
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Poor Performance
Negative Belief
Reinforced Negative Belief
Worsening Performance
Self Talk / Thoughts
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But we werent born with this programming …
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Roger Bannister
6th May 1954 37 300!
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Good Performance
Reinforced Positive Belief
Positive Belief
Better Performance
Self Talk / Thoughts
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Whether you believe you can …
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… or believe you cant
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…how can you not be right!
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Fast track reprogramming
  • 750,000 words in the English language
  • When asked how we are we say…?
  • Try this …

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FANTASTIC !!!
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The power of belief Maslows corpse
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A programme for positivity
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Use your Whole Brain Employ the sub conscious as
well as the conscious mind
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Anyone scared
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Your sub conscious cannot tell the difference
between a real event and a strongly imagined event
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Visualisation
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Edson Arantes de Nascimento
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Arizona State Basketball Team
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Liu Chi Kungs piano
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Two (unlikely) people I really admire
  • Victoria Beckham (the world brand)
  • Arnold Schwartzeneggar (strongest man, the
    biggest actor, the Governor)

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How do they do it
  • They think big
  • They visualise
  • They focus on what? not on how?

3
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T
.ranquil
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What happens to you when you are …
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Stress Management Toolkit
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Stress Reduction Kit
BANG HEAD HERE
Place Stress Reduction Kit on wall Bang
repeatedly with head Stressful situation will
disappear simultaneously with consciousness
1 2 3
Directions
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Liven up your meetings by
  • Repeat someones idea in a baby voice
  • Write he FANCIES you! on your pad-
  • nudge and point with a pencil!
  • Pull out a large roll of 20 notes and
  • DEMONSTRATIVELY, count them.

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Clear Objectives
  • Must you be there?
  • Are your priorities interrupted?
  • What is its purpose?
  • What are your desired outcomes?

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Clear Structure
  • Lose matters arising
  • Timed agenda
  • Attend only part
  • Eliminate AOB

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Work Smart
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5common behaviours guaranteed to increase your
stress (and that of your colleagues)
Regularly work late Travel during the rush
hour Be honest with everyone. All the time.
About everything. Try to finish your to-do list
by Friday Always make sure that you have the last
word
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
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Learn to Love Incompetence
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- These are actual excuse notes teachers have
received, spelling mistakes included-
My son is under a doctors care and should not
take P.E. today. Please execute him. Please
excuse Lisa for being absent. She was sick and I
had her shot. Please excuse Ray Friday from
school. He has very loose vowels. Please
excuse Tommy for being absent yesterday. He had
diarrhea and his boots leak. Please excuse
Jimmy for being. It was his fathers fault.
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Dont take yourself seriously
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Take the work seriously but yourself lightly
  • The General
  • The Politician
  • The Florist
  • The Policeman
  • The Airline Pilot

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You cant have too much fun!
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…or can you?
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