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The Dynamic Dozen of Real Estate Sales

Real Estate Team Behind with Blonde Woman in Front Holding Keys and Sold For Sale Real Estate Sign Isolated on a White Background.

In the highly competitive world of Real Estate, a high functioning sales team is vital, followed closely by quality listings to satisfy their hunger to sell. One high profile South East Queensland agency turned their struggling sales team full spin into a dynamic force within months, using the guiding force of Talent Dynamics profiling techniques.

Profiled by Rebecca Mitchell, Talent Dynamics Master Trainer and Performance Consultant from Brisbane, this team of twelve real estate professionals achieved some surprising results.

From Flagging Sales…

Sluggish sales and unmet targets were an early warning sign that the team were falling out of step, despite a strengthening property market.

The General Manager knew every individual had the qualities of a great salesperson, yet somehow their motivation was lagging their ability. So he brought in Talent Dynamics Master Trainer, Rebecca Mitchell to decipher the cause of their failing KPI’s.

Each rep took a Talent Profile test. The GM had assumed all profiles would be Stars– known for their prowess as promoters and delivering results, or Supporters – able to reap sales with their Blaze energy leadership. But the Talent Dynamics profiling results proved different.  From the eight reps only three were Stars and one a Supporter, complemented by a Deal Maker, two Traders and one Accumulator.

By understanding how their Talent Profile powered their performance, the team identified changes that would take them into rapid flow.

But what quickly turned their team into a “dynamic dozen” was working together to change how each person went about selling that also complemented the others.  Their new goal: to increase revenue by $100,000 over the following 6-12 months.

The Stars came up with the strategies to help the Deal Maker, Traders and the Accumulator, instantly inspiring and reducing competition between them. Each eased into action – and their natural flow.

To Flogging It!

Over the following weeks, the sales team completely changed their focus and responsibilities. The Deal Maker shifted to partnering with other agencies and financiers in the region.  The Trader took over the ‘walk ins’ and incoming phone and website enquiries. The Accumulator concentrated on telesales and follow-up sales, as well as reporting weekly sales figures. The Supporter took over the Office Manager role and recruited a small team of three commission-only sales agents who worked closely with her – running information evenings, connecting with the local Chamber of Commerce, promoting their office and running monthly events.

The three Stars continued with traditional listing strategies by marketing direct to home owners. They also featured at the monthly events, each month in turn, which further developed them into their own area of expertise; one in apartments, one in standard priced houses and the other in executive homes and house and land sales.

Within six months the team had exceeded their initial $100,000 target! They are now set to increase their bottom line by $500,000 by the end of this year.

This shining real estate firm has jettisoned their motivation and their performance to new levels by embracing Team Dynamics at its best.


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DT’s Tower: The Importance of Scale

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See that picture of a tape measure?  It will be important.

I’ve been thinking and writing a great deal about getting things done lately.  The reason being is that I’ve been laying the groundwork for growing the business.  I thought it might be useful to share some of my thoughts with this.

Growth means growing in size.  Seems obvious?  On the surface maybe, but me being a Lord I get my kicks out of the detail.

Growing Pains

So what exactly is ‘growing’?  Well turnover and profit would be a really nice answer.

But that’s not the answer I’m afraid.  That is the measure.  You can only tell that you are growing if turnover is increasing.

“Ah ha DT, I hear you cry.  You left out profit”

Well yes because profit is a result of how well you are doing what you do.  If you are an example of efficiency your profit will be higher but you are not necessarily growing.

True growth means that you are doing more of what you promise to do, what you are good at.  Where you deliver value.

So you have the same amount of time.  But you are doing more (hence why I’ve been thinking about getting things done).  I’m not a fan of working 24/7.  I need recharge time.  My iPhone gets better treatment than me sometimes! :D

So I think true growth means ‘making time’.  Feel free to argue.

Making Time

“Hang on DT, I’ve been with you so far but making time?  Its a universal constant! You can’t make it”

Well, no.  Grant me a little hyperbole.  When I say ‘making time’ what I’m looking at are the two sides of the Talent Dynamics square.

Systems allow you to save time and improve efficiency.  In essence you make time by doing what you do more effectively.

People allow you to add time and improve how much can be done.  In essence you make time by employing people to do ‘stuff’ (dazzling use of technical terms).

Trouble is… you can’t grow effectively by focusing on only one side.

The downside of systems (unfortunately there are some) is that they simply exist.  Something needs to go in one side… data, projects, money, ideas etc, to be turned into something else… graphs, completed projects, more money, results etc.

If you don’t have enough to go in to the system, the system is not going to be as effective as it can be.  Many systems sit in our businesses not being used effectively.

The downside of people (and as an introvert I can talk at length) is that they increase costs.  Unlike a system which only has a set up time, people take recurring time and money to get the best out of them.  Yet they think for themselves!  They don’t just exist.  If something is going wrong, they’ll spot it.  If something needs to be done, they’ll do it (as long as they are fully engaged with what they are doing).

The Importance of Scale

Remember the tape measure?  That is one way to demonstrate size.   But it doesn’t really show what need to be done to get there.  Hence the old style weighing scales.

For true growth, the importance of scale is balance in ‘making time’. Systems to ensure that the minimum effort is expended for the maximum result (and quality) and people to ensure that more can be done whilst keeping variety, initiative and values in the business.

If you are on one side of the Talent Dynamics square you’ll be better at one side than the other, systems or people.  That doesn’t mean that you can ignore the balance!  Far from it!  You actually need to put some thought into the opposite of what you are good at.

A systems heavy company won’t need many people but the people they do have need to be tip top to manage the systems and add a bit of diversity into the production line.

A people heavy company will need lots of simple systems to ensure that everyone is pointing and moving in the right direction.

What do you think?  Is the secret of growth in getting the balance right?


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A Labouring Lord – Rauri’s Story

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by Dianne Caldwell

When I first spoke to Rauri, he was 18 years old, working part-time with his Ju Jitsu trainer teaching students and supplementing his income by working in a laboring job he didn’t particularly enjoy.

So I asked him what he would truly love to do…

Rauri’s voice shone with excitement.

“What I’d really love to do is move away from the job I don’t enjoy so I can teach Ju Jitsu full-time to teenagers….”

It turned out Rauri had been practising Ju Jitsu since he was 12 and was now highly trained. He credited both the physical and mental benefits of the sport as completely transforming his life.  Ju Jitsu was far more than just a sport to him.

“Ju Jitsu is not just a martial art, it’s a way to change your life, and I want other children to experience the same amazing life and health benefits which Ju Jitsu brings.”

There was just one problem: he didn’t know how to turn this passion into a successful full time career.

Lord Profile

 

Rauri’s profile was a LORD: 40% Steel. 24% Dynamo. 24% Tempo. 12% Blaze.

There were 2 obstacles stopping him from seeing his full potential and turning his passion for martial arts into a reality. These were his age, just 18, and the peer and societal pressure to “get a regular job”.

Together, we sat down and looked at his desired outcomes, then we established a series of key action steps for him to take to move toward his dream. These small, detailed tasks aligned with Rauri’s Lord profile perfectly.  Once he could take the dazzling dream and break it down into bite-sized chunks, the whole process was a lot less daunting.

First Rauri would contact his Ju Jitsu trainer and ask for support and at the same time, he would also put together his plan.

Getting Fast Results

Here’s the funny thing when you move toward your goals. Everything conspires to help you! In this case, Rauri’s trainer just so happened to know a teacher who was really keen on having martial arts training at her school. The next step was easy.

Rauri submitted his proposal to the teacher on the board at the school & after just 2 – 3 short weeks after shyly vocalizing this idea to me, his semester program is now in the process of being approved!

When Rauri reported back to me he was bursting with joy.

“I’ve done it!” he said.  “I’ve achieved my dream!”

Rauri’s big dream was there all the time, but for him it seemed as insurmountable as climbing Everest. All he needed was some reassurance that this dream was 100% achievable, and then some specific guidance on how to break the dream down into less daunting tasks.  Once Rauri was clear on the way forward he achieved clarity, and that was down to the help of Dianne Caldwell, the ‘Flow Consultant’ and the Talent Dynamics profiling tool.

Rauri’s story is a perfect example of how the Talent Dynamics Profile Test & Debrief has empowered a young person to know & understand their strengths to a point where they take the appropriate action they know will get them into flow.

The plan is in progress and we will update you again on the ongoing success of Rauri’s actions!

We’ll leave the final words to Rauri…

Firstly thank you so much, you have, and will continue to have, my gratitude for all the help you’ve given me. It’s been absolutely wonderful and I’m so glad you have taken the time to provide me with all your advice. I started with an idea but no knowledge or ability to bring it to life. Talent Dynamics gave me the direction in which to head and the impetus to do so, by providing clear action steps and manageable goals as well as excellent and highly personalized coaching along every step of the process. Can’t recommend it enough to anyone with a desire to realize their ideas and dreams.”


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DT’s Tower: Who You Gonna Call?

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Unfortunately the answer isn’t always “Ghostbusters” which turned 30 this month.

Shameless use of popular culture segue over, the point of this blog is to pick up where I left off last time with my Delegation Game.  I thought it might be useful to show how I am attempting to solve a problem that would take me out of flow very quickly if I’m not careful.

I might have mentioned :) but I’m a Lord.  As a raging introvert (extroverts can be raging, why not intorverts?) the ‘people’ side of the Talent Dynamics square is not my strong point.

In fact according to my profile report I have 0% in Blaze energy.  I’m reposting the square as proof.

Impressive I know.  This really makes it hard for me to delegate but even more so… it makes it hard for me to know who to call.  My first instinct is to do the task myself.  My second response is to think about training or learning how to do it if I can’t do it at the moment.  My third inclination is to park it until I have time to think about it…

… which never happens.

My Solution

Despite being introverted I am known to speak.  Sometimes at length.  Building on the flowchart that I shared last time I am identifying all the things that need to be done which I can’t do or don’t have time to do.

I’m using a spreadsheet so I’m definitely in my flow here.  I’m then matching people who I can talk to who are either already part of my team, have some expertise in the area or show no signs of struggling with this particular item.  Then I work down the list (making it a task which comes easily for me) and:

  1. See if someone in the team is interested in helping
  2. Investigating solutions with those with expertise
  3. Asking how others who don’t seem to struggle solved the problem

Now there are still gaps.  But whereas before it was a mountain of ‘stuff’ now I have specific things I need help with.  During networking or casual business conversations I can talk about these issues and in all likelihood I will either get suggestions OR (best scenario) I will happen across someone who can solve it.

The point of all this is that I now ‘know’ who to call AND have a process to follow to stop delegation tripping me up in future (in theory).

HAPPY BIRTHDAY GHOSTBUSTERS!


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Una’s Spotlight: Another New (Tax) Year

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By Una Doyle

Sometimes life just throws you a curve ball and there’s not really very much you can do about it.

That’s what happened to my partner and myself this January when he started to feel unwell a couple of days into the New Year. Roll on a few weeks and he was rushed into hospital seriously ill and since then it’s been a long recovery, now about 95% complete.

So it’s now April, the start of a new tax year and we’ve decided that this will be our New Year.

A chance to start afresh. A chance to put in place the plans we were so excited about back in late December!

There are times in life when you have to admit you are not in control and this was definitely one of them. How do you react when life throws curve balls at you?

  • Get mad
  • Lie down and cry
  • Carry on regardless

Well I briefly experienced each of those at one time or another, however they’re not necessarily constructive!

So I thought it would be useful to look at this from a Talent Dynamics perspective taking each of the energies in turn to see what could be helpful in your professional and personal life.

Spirit

Trusting in each other, honest and open communication and having each other’s back was essential during this period. We never lost sight of our primary purpose during this time which was to get him well enough to come home and then well enough to fully live life again.

“How clear are you and your team on your purpose? Do you prioritise your activities accordingly or just do the most urgent tasks, reacting to those who shout the loudest?”

Dynamo

Motivation

I am a Star profile with pretty equal Dynamo and Blaze energies. When the ‘proverbial’ hit the fan I immediately went into emergency task mode. Being able to instantly come up with ideas to solve problems is useful – as long as it’s not overdone.

“How effective are you and your team at problem solving? Do you spend time to establish what kind of problem it is that you have?”

Innovation is not always the solution… For instance in this particular situation Blaze and Tempo elements turned out to be more important.

Blaze

We both had to ask for help a lot more than usual. It was important to have the support of family and friends both emotionally and practically. In fact, it was the practical help that was required the most!

Thankfully we were also able to call upon some team members we’d worked with previously to help out with the business. And a cleaner was definitely essential too ;)

The vast majority of doctors and nurses that we dealt with were fantastic communicators and that made such a massive difference.

How substantial is your support network? In the event of an emergency who could you call upon? How effective is communication in your organisation and/or family?  What could you do now to be prepared with team members and/or freelancers to stand in when required?

Tempo

Once the initial heart-stopping emergency was over it was a case of constantly reprioritising and rescheduling personal and work activities around his recovery. It took a while for me to realise how much time it actually took to not just visit but travel to and from the hospital and to do (or delegate) the activities he would normally do.

“How aware are you of how long things really take?”

This is important to manage your own workload as well as when working with team members. If you don’t know, simply use a kitchen timer or one on your smart phone to measure frequent activities. If you haven’t got high Tempo energy in your profile you may be surprised by what you find!

Use this knowledge to help you understand the return on investment you get from your activities, consider whether they’re really necessary and if they are, who is best placed to do them.

Steel

Understanding the measures being used to mark my partner’s recovery was very helpful, otherwise we would have been completely in the dark about progress.

“How effectively are you measuring progress on the projects and processes that are most important to you?”

Also related to Steel was the adaptability required by my partner (a Lord profile) to adjust to his circumstances while in hospital and then recuperating at home. Lots of uncertainty, noisy and unfamiliar surroundings and people didn’t make this easy, so it was important for me to provide support by being physically there and communicating effectively to alleviate that.

This applies to changes you may be looking to implement in your workplace!

“Do you consider those that may have high Tempo and/or Steel energy that will find change more challenging, no matter how much they may buy into the concept of it?”

Be sure to connect, listen and constantly over-communicate before, during and after the change.

Have you been dealt some rough hands recently and if so how did you handle them? I’d love to hear your views, please comment below.


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DT’s Tower: Divergent, Profiling and Talent Dynamics

Divergent

I recently went to see the film “Divergent” in the cinema.  The plot in summary:

“In a futuristic dystopian Chicago, society is divided into five factions: Abnegation (selfless), Amity (peaceful), Candor (truthful), Erudite (intelligent) and Dauntless (brave), based on their personalities. Beatrice Prior is in Abnegation, the faction that looks after the poor and the factionless, as well as runs the government; though she has always been fascinated by Dauntless.

Young 16-year old citizens have undergone aptitude test using a serum to indicate which faction they would really fit and which they would need to choose on the Choosing Ceremony.   Beatrice’s test has resulted different attributes of several factions (Abnegation, Erudite and Dauntless), which means she is Divergent. Since Divergent people can think independently and government cannot conform their thinking, they are considered threats to the social orders. These are the reasons why she needs to keep her true test results a secret.”

The film deals with one of the big objections to profiling, individuality and conformity.  How can a test capture the unique characteristics of an individual?  Can you really reduce a person to a category?

The short answers are “it can’t” and “you can’t”.  But underlying these questions is a more powerful question.  ”Why take a profile test in the first place?”

In the film the answer is because that is how society is ordered.  On the surface this does seem like a good idea, and fits with Talent Dynamics’s philosophy.  People doing what they are good at are more productive and happier.  If you can understand yourself to a greater depth, you will grow.

Now, in our society it is not compulsory to take a profile test.  So why take one?  Again it is down to understanding yourself and others.  In Talent Dynamics it is about finding out your route to Flow, a route to a more focused, productive and stress-less work/life.

The film’s profile offers no recognition of individuality.  If you don’t conform to one of the profile types (or Factions) then you are dangerous as the profile is there to control you and society.

And this is where people often get unstuck.  The Talent Dynamics profile is not an end point but a starting point.  It’s not trying to put you in a box.  Here’s why:

  1. Your profile is made up of characteristic ‘energies’ Dynamo (Creativity), Blaze (People), Tempo (Timing) and Steel (Information).  Within the profile is an energy frequency or mix as EVERYONE is different they will have a different mix of these energies.  The profile is simply a trend towards the strongest energy.
  2. Sometimes a profile will resonate with you more strongly than the test result.  A profile debrief with a Talent Dynamics consultant can help challenge the results and unpick why you are drawn to another profile.  It could just be that the profile is wrong!
  3. The profile describes how you work, not who you are.  I am a Lord in a creative industry… doesn’t mean that I can’t be creative but my approach is more methodical and slow than a Creator (though I have quite a bit of Dynamo in my profile).  Your profile can help you find a role you are better suited to OR let you explore different ways of working to the strengths of your profile that will naturally help you into Flow.
  4. Although many people who take the Talent Dynamics profile test have an ‘a-ha’ moment when they get their results, the profile is not a quick fix or a one shot answer.  It is a road map that can help you learn more about what makes you tick, guide you through challenging situations or when making important decisions.

Oh … and the film is pretty good too! :)

How about you?  Do you try and conform to the Talent Dynamics profile or are you ‘divergent’?  How do you approach this?


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Talent Dynamics for Selling – January Sale!

Opportunity January Sale!

Are you in Sales? Do you have accountability for the Sales team?

Are you looking for ways to dramatically improve your teams Sales?

I know its taken longer than a ‘while’ to make this available but here it is, finally! Its also launched alongside an unbeatable ‘January Sale’ opportunity but for a very limited period only!

The all new Talent Dynamics for Selling E Guide.

If you are familiar with Wealth Or Talent Dynamics you will already know about the incredible way you can powerfully create Flow with teams, using it. Teams collaborate with ease, productivity speeds up, financial results improve dramatically and people have more fun!

Click here to view the first 4 pages of the brand new E Guide!

What’s in it?

In this 20 page E guide, you will discover that with all of the technology and information so easily accessible to customers these days, the old way of selling is becoming less and less relevant.

Discover in this E Guide:

  • 5 key Steps to Selling in this new age
  • How to change your focus from closing windows to opening doors
  • The 3 roles of a Sales Conductor during the sales process
  • Managing yourself
  • Understanding the 4 primary frequencies
  • How to identify your potential clients TD frequency
  • The buying habits of each of the Frequencies
  • The essential do’s and dont’s when selling to each of them

How to get your copy

In the month of January a select group of our Consultants are offering a never to be repeated opportunity!

Click here to find out which Consultants can supply you with this incredible deal!

This offer is open until the 31st January or until all the packages have been sold out, whichever happens first! There are only 50 packages available worldwide, so if you want to be one of the lucky ones, click here to see which Consultant near you has a promotion running.

Purchase 5 Talent Dynamics profiles for your team and each team member, as well as finding out about their Talent Dynamics Profile, will also receive a full 20 page version of the brand new Selling E guide.

Normally this package would cost £645 to purchase but for the next few weeks or until all the opportunities have been taken up, you can purchase a package for just £325!

Special Opportunity

Thats a saving of well over £300!

5 x profiles  x £99 = £495

5 x E guides x £29.99 = £149.95

Total Value = £644.95

One off investment during this promotion only = £325.00

This incredible E Guide wont even be available to purchase from our online shop until 1st February, so if you want to get your hands on some copies right now for your sales team, then this is how to get them!

To access one of these packages, click on the consultant in your location using their contact details or contact us on info@talent-dynamics.com telling us where you are based and we will find a consultant to help you.


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Talking Japanese!

I was in Tokyo recently, running a Talent Dynamics Accreditation workshop. My second trip within a few months and I really loved it. The people in Tokyo are the most polite and gracious I remember meeting. The food is divine, the weather warm and there is much to see and do!

The only downside to the trip was that I dont speak Japanese!

When I was with my translator, life was easy. He took me to restaurants and shops and ordered for me, told my taxi drivers where I was going and translated the entire workshop for me… but when I was alone, I was alone. Unable to read or communicate in Japanese. I nearly missed my plane home due to my poor communication with the taxi driver…

It made me think about, how often in our teams, we speak Japanese to one another! Not literally of course but how we think because we communicated a particular point, it was received in the way in which we intended it! Then when the outcome is not achieved blame the other person for not doing it right or not having understood it properly.

I realised if I had taken the time to learn even a little Japanese, I would have been so much more effective in Tokyo! In order to improve the results in your team’s, you really need to improve your communication to each other and the best way to do that is to learn the language that your colleague speaks…

First, you need to know their profile or Energy Frequency, as each frequency has a preferred style of communication. Its the way they like to communicate to you and the easiest way for you to communicate with them!

Communication Styles

Dynamo

Dynamo’s go through information quickly and want to get to the point. They will use vocabulary which is forward-moving and they will not want to work through the particulars of the detail or subject. They want to get through to the meat of the subject as soon as possible.

With a Dynamo you will want to focus in quickly on a few key points. You will want to highlight possibilities and big picture ideas or items that will grab their attention and give them a good overview of what you expect.

Blaze

The Blaze is an extremely social person who places the highest importance on relationships with others. They thrive on interaction and can develop relationships with people that will last for long stretches of time. They love to chat!

Blazes are all about variety and connections with others.  Auditory communicators – they love to tell stories, and can relate experiences well to others through colorful examples that will resonate with many.

Tempo

The Tempo frequency prefers a consultative communication approach, talking through things with others, even if it is just with one other person. Tempos are all about rock-solid, proven methods. They enjoy the security that comes from looking back and discussing together what has been done, was done right and was effective and reproducible.

Tempos are concerned with perception, wanting to have all of the peripheral information available to them, as opposed to the Dynamo for instance, who is more concerned with the big picture.

Steel

Steel frequencies are very analytical, preferring to crunch data and see the end results of their efforts. They are not concerned with interaction or social aspects of the job, and the feelings of the situation do not enter their radar screen.

Steels tend to see things in black and white, done or not done. Numbers and details fit nicely into their scheme of things. They can often come across as being pessimistic to Dynamo or Blaze frequencies by paying so much attention to black and white details, and are usually very meticulous, making sure that everything is going according to plan. They are more focused on loss rather than gain – the opposite of a Dynamo or Blaze.

Communicating the Final Words….

My last words to close the workshop, I attempted in Japanese. I had my words translated, I practised pronunciation with my Japanese friend and although I had to read it out, it was really well received, in that I had at least made the effort to communicate with the new PC’s in their own language.

Finally I would just like to end with….

今、あなたは新しい言語を発見した。学習とその改善をお楽しみください

Oh, if you dont speak very good Japanese, you can try this


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Una’s spotlight: Swinging times!

I was at a networking event last week that had a musical session instead of a speaker and it really got me thinking…

Swing singer Richard Daniels was absolutely superb (you can listen to samples here www.richsingswing.co.uk) and I had a smile on my face all day! I realised that I had got out of the habit of listening to music. I used to go dancing a lot so that and listening to tunes in the car used to top me up. However these days I haven’t been dancing in quite a while and since I switched to my ipod it was often just too much hassle to connect up in the car.

As a Star Profile, in improving my own performance recently I’ve been getting more focused and measuring more. I’ve been getting in touch with Tempo and Steel energy, not getting out of flow but enough to ensure that my Star energy isn’t whittered away. However what I hadn’t really considered as much is my Spirit energy.

Spirit energy is the space that you step into when considering your purpose as it’s all about the Why? It’s the place great leaders go when working with their teams so they are more open to other’s needs and communication preferences. The Spirit energy is where you find your inner motivation.

As I sat grinning, swaying and tapping along to the music in that networking meeting (yes it probably was a sight!) I realised that music is a great way for me to connect to Spirit energy. I take time each week to meditate a few times – even if it’s down the gym in the Jacuzzi! However with high Dynamo and Blaze energy in my profile make-up something livelier, with great possibilities for variety would also be good.

So with newly synchronised tunes on my iPhone 4s now I have no excuse. (Wow, I just asked Siri to play me something by Robbie Williams music and I’m now listening to Nan’s Song!)

So what do you need to do to connect with you, with your Spirit energy more? Have you got time scheduled every week to do the things that make your heart sing and if not, why not? What are one or two little things that you could do that will fit in with your lifestyle? What will help you to get more in flow?

If you’re worried that doing these things will affect your productivity then please don’t. The chances are that these activities will actually improve your motivation, increase your energy levels and your overall performance. Have fun!


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Fantastic Opportunity to celebrate the launch of tdprofiletest.com!

Hooray! In the middle of June www.tdprofiletest.com goes live! This is the site where you will be able to buy the Talent Dynamics Profile test in bulk for use with your teams. You can also register, either as an affiliate or reseller and promote the profile test yourself!

We see tremendous shifts for the teams discovering their profiles. Teams that have increased their productivity, seen dramatic increases in revenue and profit. Teams that are in flow, happier and more fulfilled.

To celebrate the launch of the new site later this month, we are offering a really special opportunity to a very limited number of our clients and we dont want you to miss out!

This note is to give you special advance notice to be ready to find out about and take action on the opportunity.

To make sure you get to hear before anyone else does, you simply need to register here - this will give you a whole 24 hours notice to take action before everyone else gets to find out!


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