Tuesday, 11 December 2012

LTP Year End - 2012 Wrap-up : Lets Talk Possibility Episode 58

For the final Let's Talk Possibility show of 2012, we take a look back at the very best of the year. The hosts become guests and give us their look at what was and what their best moments and key learnings were. All in the spirit of festive cheer.

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Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Raising Talent - developing the best performance from our kids. : Lets Talk Possibility Episode 57

Talent in children can be developed by knowing a few techniques and how to apply them. It's about knowing that the inner game, or mindset, is just as important - if not more- than the performance in the outer game. Tim Goodenough, co-author of "Raising Talent" shares some tips for parents and techniques we can use to develop talent, and he shares how to apply this in the corporate world too.

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Mind management principles to becoming a sales superstar : Possibilities Episode 48

In a post-recession economy every sales person battles to close more deals and manage a tougher sales climate. Tim Goodenough, mind coach to executives and top international sports teams gives some tips to manage your thought-processes in order to become a sales superstar.

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Sunday, 2 December 2012

A renaissance story of the derelict town of Hamburg : Lets Talk Possibility Episode 56


What's possible when a hand made Tapestry, known as the Keiskamma Altarpiece, goes from the little derelict village of Hamburg in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, all over the world, to cities like London, Toronto and New York? We explore with Andrew Hofmeyr the eccentricities and community projects of Hamburg to find out. (Find out more at www.keiskamma.org)

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Why simulated learning? : Possibilities Episode 47

Classroom style learning is not getting the grades. It's been found that a more active participatory style, known as simulation learning, has far better results. We explore what this means.

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