Entries by Clint Seares

Learnings from the Book “Essentialism” by Greg McKeown

There is a lot that leaders and business owners can learn from “Essentialism” by McKeown that I thought this summary be of interest. The Summary of the Summary “Essentialism is a disciplined, systematic approach for determining where our highest point of contribution lies, then making execution of those things almost effortless.” “The way of the […]

Self Esteem Vs Self Compassion

I recently watched on self compassion vs self esteem. I realise now why people tear others down. To have self esteem means that you have to feel above average and some people might achieve that by maliciously attacking others. Everyone can’t be above average all the time, that is  a statical impossibility and as a […]

Do your scares of the past limit your future?

Kintsugi is the Japanese art of mending precious pottery with gold. It is said that the bowl has increased value after repair because it has become unique, it has a rich history and the repairer has an affinity to it because they were able to repair it. You see, just like this bowl, we have […]

How to Create New Year’s Resolutions for Success

What’s your New Year’s resolution? A topic of conversation that will challenge us for at least the ext month. Either at Christmas office parties, around the smoke of a BBQ or over a coffee at our local café, we will discuss our dreams for next year. Health, money, freedom or even companionship; the dreams will […]

Let’s think creatively

I recently attended Sally Martin’s Art exhibition and was prompted to write about the importance of thinking creatively. While you might be thinking that creative thinking is not required in your roll, or you just can’t be creative; I would like to suggest that it is both imperative that we all think creatively, and that […]

Four Steps to Managing Stress

I have been working with a client recently on her ability to manage stress more effectively and I thought I’d share some of the key ideas: what is stress, how do I compare and what can be done. The importance of managing stress cannot be under exterminated. On Average, 1:5 women and 1:8 men will […]