Joanne Love

High performing teams have one thing in common - a leading light, just like the one that shines brightly from a lighthouse. A light that helps others to complete their journey.  A light that guides the best pathway of action, and a light that stand courageous in its conviction, regardless of storms or other challenges it may face.Read more...

“There are still days I wake up feeling like a fraud, not sure I should be where I am.”Read more...

Wonder Woman is back, yes! The new release of this movie brings back childhood memories, and the impact that Wonder Woman had on me. As you can probably imagine, I am dying to see this movie.Read more...

August 29th, 2004:Read more...

Zoe, my PA owns a cute little pooch called Ziggy. Zoe’s relationship with Ziggy could be considered obsessional, but given she lives alone, it’s understandable.  With my busy life and travel schedule of late, I have had my PA tag along on business trips, to help with the workload. While this has been perfect for me, it has meant that she has had to rely on the good will of others to look after Ziggy.  Her constant worry has been, will her little pooch pee on her homestays carpet or bark incessantly in the early hours?Read more...

“Pussycat, pussycat, where have you been? I've been up to London to visit the Queen.Read more...

Be it sport, business or just life in general, we are often thrown curve balls that have the ability to hit us for a six and take the wind out of our sails. For some people it happens every day, whilst for others it could be just every so often. Regardless, how we contend with these curve balls, can see us rise to the occasion and be successful, or fall in a heap and never reach our objectives. Even the great Muhammad Ali had to work hard to create firm conviction to overcome many hardships.When I was younger, I loved the lines that Muhammad Ali would sprout before matches. I didn’t realise it at the time, but he was the master of using Mantras. He would use these affirmations to keep himself positive and propel greater performance, and use negative sayings towards his opponents to gain the psychological advantage. Like Muhammad Ali, the one thing nearly all successful people have in common is a Mantra.Read more...

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