Thank you to everyone who attended our Annual Client Conference. What a great day of assessing our values, prioritising, dreaming big, and putting an action plan in place. We are looking forward to working with you to achieve your goals and turn those dreams into reality!
A huge thank you to Justin Norris, Olympic and Commonwealth Games medallist and owner of the Justin Norris Swim Academy, for sharing his accomplishments and secrets of success in swimming, business, and family life.
We loved Justin’s ideas about creating a self-sustaining family culture, inspiring your team by giving them a purpose bigger than their role, the value in life of “showing up”, and the importance of maintaining a consistent effort towards your goals.
Justin outlined his strategy of choosing something you are good at, developing it and making it “your thing.” Having a niche is certainly the path to success! Andrew is planning to implement Justin’s “Hate The Boss” strategy which I’ll need to have a word with Justin about later ….
Andrew’s presentation on Choice reminded us to be accountable for the circumstances of our lives. As business leaders, our focus needs to be on wealth creation and building investment capital which will result in us having greater choice in all areas of our lives. Building wealth outside the business leads to stability and security. Andrew reminded us to focus on the bigger picture, allowing the managers we’ve hired to deal with the smaller issues.
Thank you for sharing an invaluable day of learning with us.
We are delighted to celebrate the achievements of our clients over the last 12 months. A huge CONGRATULATIONS to our Award Winners!
Mastery Award: The George Tavern
Marketing Award: Club Financial Services
Systems Award: Quarry Mining & Construction Equipment
Greatest Increase in Turnover Award: Environmental Auditors
Greatest Increase in Profit Award: Hunter Valley Chocolate Company
Team Award: Hunter Valley Chocolate Company
Giuseppe Macri Businesses of the Year Award (it was so close we couldn’t choose just one):
The George Tavern and Environmental Auditors
Posted by julianne, 29/7/11