Jamie Cunningham

The 5 Things (not so secretly) Sabotaging Your Success

Most of the time, when you react to a situation, it happens by default. And that reaction will mostly depend on what you’ve practised the most. (i.e. what you’ve done and seen others do.) In other words, your programming.This may be a good or bad thing with regard to success, or whatever you are trying

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The Hard Truth Every Business Owner Needs to Hear

The most direct and lasting path to changing your business is changing you. It’s not the easiest path – in fact, it can be quite the opposite – but it is one of the best, and for good reason. So what does that mean for you? The Hard Truth The simple hard truth is that

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Ways to Create the Life You Want (that are backed by science!)

It’s a little cliche and, at times, a bit hard to buy into, yet I still firmly believe that we (you, me and everyone else) can create whatever kind of life we want to have. And obviously that includes your business. Although we all have different starting points in life, we all live in the

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Employee Ghosting is a Real Thing, But Here’s How to Fix it

Type the term “employee ghosting” into Google, and you’ll end up with 166,000 results, most of which take the angle that a phenomenon once reserved for the dating game has, somehow, snuck up on business and permeated our unsuspecting, open-plan offices like the stench of a rotting corpse. In truth, employee ghosting has been going

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Using Trello to Create Checklists You’ll Actually Use

Systems, while not the answer to everything, can certainly be one of those things that brings a great sense of control to your business.The trick is creating them in such a way that:1. They work,2. People use them,3. You can keep them updated and relevant.And doing those three is not always easy.For us and many

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How to Create a Marketing Plan That Works (Part 3)

Caution! – If you haven’t watched Part 1 and Part 2 of this video series, be sure to do that now, before jumping into this one. When it comes to creating a marketing plan that works, one of the major causes of floundering teams is a lack of cohesiveness in their planning for execution.I’m not

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How to Master the Inner and Outer Game of Business Growth

On September 30, Jamie was interviewed by Eric Dye of the Entrepreneur Podcast Network about dealing with growing pains and managing the internal and external challenges that come with growing a successful business.With tips from our business coaching toolbox Jamie painlessly describes what specific characteristics and skillsets are needed for an entrepreneur to have successful business

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How to Create a Marketing Plan That Works (Part 2)

Caution! – If you haven’t watched the first video in this series, be sure to do that now, before jumping into this one. Not doing so could cost you thousands in wasted marketing dollars (not to mention wasted time). OK, Now that you are armed with the thinking and knowledge to ensure your marketing is

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How to Create a Marketing Plan That Works (Part 1)

The marketing blueprint is really about getting inside your customer’s mind to understand how they think. When you can understand how someone thinks, you can speak to them in a way that is going to make a connection. That’s what marketing is all about.Too often companies make the mistake of marketing in a way that

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The Truth About Accountability

A culture of accountability has many advantages. Among them are: an increase in team performance (obviously)  high morale (because people are growing and getting shit done) lower stress for you the leader (because you’re dealing with things proactively) ; and business results (when a team is thriving and executing, result have to happen – it

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Jamie Cunningham

3 Recruiting Elements You Need To Hire Great People

< To give yourself the best chance of attracting and recruiting great people, you need to have 3 critical elements in place. The good news is this stuff is not rocket science or necessarily hard to do. Sure it will take a bit of time, but that will be well worth it considering the results

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