Leverage or average?

Written by Stuart Haden on March 27, 2014

This incredibly playful video (4:38) explores the very important concept of leverage. Without the appropriate skills and tools you might just end up being average. With the help of a few props on the beach I give more meaning to the definition below…

leverage |ˈlev(ə)rij, ˈlēv(ə)rij|


the exertion of force by means of a lever or an object used in the manner of a lever

In one example I describe the success I achieved, using the appropriate tools for a certain job. Perhaps

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Fresh perspectives on coaching

Written by Stuart Haden on March 19, 2014

I recently presented a couple of workshops at the 1st Welsh Coaching Conference – Fresh Perspectives and Professional Development at the University of South Wales. To embody the fresh perspectives theme I gently introduced three maps at my session…

1) How coachable are you?

2) Challenging the traditional approach of coaching (which is coach lead). Instead, choosing an approach that is coachee led.

3) Valuing the skills of being a coachee. Someone who considers possibilities, challenges perception and changes performance.

I tested my latest insights

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The best book on change – period

Written by Stuart Haden on March 10, 2014

In this short video (3:05) I pay homage to a fantastic book on change. The best book I have found on change, period.

Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach – a lovely short tale about a seagull and the resistance he faces when striving for success, learning and authenticity. Take my video as food for thought, and/or the wise words from Bach. Just remember wherever you end up, it’s all about being…

“You will begin to touch heaven, Jonathan, in the moment

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