Eric Edmeades, CEO of Kerner Studios (Canada) and owner of the Kerner Group of companies in the USA is touring the UK speaking to entrepreneurs about business success and the role of small business in social programs and the recovery of the global economy.
LONDON, ENGLAND – 13 November 2012 – Kerner CEO, Eric Edmeades is conducting a multi-city tour that will take him to Luton, Newcastle, Manchester, Bristol and London where he will speak at a variety of organized events including Entrepreneurs2012 and Anthony Robbins’ renowned Business Mastery program, both of which are taking place Read More
Event: Business Mastery
Guest Speaker: Eric Edmeades
– London, England (17-20 November, 2012)
– Las Vegas, USA (20-24 January, 2013)
– Melbourne, Australia (22-25 February, 2013)
How do you take action? Specifically, how do you decide to take action? How do you decide what to take action on?
The best way I have found to decide where to take action is described by Dr. Stephen Covey. Dr. Covey relates the use of a “quadrant system”. You see, every action in life can be classified by these two things: the level of importance, and the level of urgency. Read More
The story below is contained in “CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL, A Second Helping”. The author is unknown:
Three cowboys had been on the range since early in the morning. One of them was a member of the Navajo Nation. Being busy with herding stray cattle all day, there had been no time for the three of them to eat. Toward the end of the day, two of the cowboys started talking about how hungry there were and about the huge meals they were going to eat when they reached town. When one of the cowboys asked the Navajo if he was also hungry, he just shrugged his shoulders and said, “No”
Later that evening, after they had arrived in town, all three ordered large steak dinners. As the Navajo proceeded to eat everything in sight with great gusto, one of his friends reminded him that less than an hour earlier he had told them that he was not hungry. “Not wise to be hungry then,” he replied, “No Food.”
While this story may over simplify the issue of desire and need, it teaches us an important message. Years ago someone told me that to feel truly successful we need to do one of two things:
I am often asked this question (mostly by my own little voice), “who are you?”. I usually respond, “Excuse me?” to which I get, “Who are you that you feel you can help others achieve what they want? Who are you that other people want to hear what you have to say? Who are you to be writing for, and producing this blog?” Well, the answer is this: Read More