Learning Resources and Tools For Growth
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  • "Verne's Rockefeller Habits has provided us with the focus and discipline to ensure consistent growth whilst providing a framework to maintain and energise our corporate culture."

    -TRENT BROWN, CEO, Ezypay
  • "Verne's One Page Strategic Plan has provided Silver Chef Limited with a road map to develop and execute our objectives and thereby grow our profit by more than a compound 23% per year since listing on the ASX."

    -CHARLES GREGORY, CEO, Silver Chef Limited
  • "I am honoured to have attended Verne’s first seminar in Australia in 2005 with my team. It was the most important step in our organisation’s history and was the catalyst for us tripling our revenue since that time. We have keenly embraced all of the Rockefeller habits and remain Verne’s avid followers."

    -ALLAN McKEOWN, CEO, Prosperity Adviser
Five productivity apps that will save time and help you power through your day
We all have a vast array of tasks on our ‘to do’ lists that we are struggling to get through. To help you manage your time more effectively, those lovely technology geeks keep coming up with new applications and software. By working out where you are getting distracted, streamlining your effort and creating greater focus, the time management tools now available to you may redeem some precious time – leaving more time to work on your business (or just to have some fun). We take a look at five time management apps, all with a free version or a free trial.
How unhappy staff taught Red Balloon’s founder Naomi Simson her toughest leadership lesson
What takes a business from good to great? Online gift business Red Balloon has been listed on BRW's Best Places to Work survey for five consecutive years and has delivered consistent year-on-year annual growth of 20 percent. It wasn’t always so.
What neuroscience can tell us about engagement
Our understanding of the brain is rapidly expanding, thanks to novel imaging tools looking at how it functions in different situations. So it’s no surprise to find there is a neuroscientific perspective on everything from marketing to consciousness.