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About Dan Storey

Dan Storey has worked in and around the world of motivational seminars for many years. As the author of Next Level Persuasion, much of his work involves training sales and leadership teams in how to communicate and persuade more effectively, using techniques from areas such as neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), behavioural psychology and personal development. His passion is in trying to understand the motivation and psychology behind why we do what we do, and writes regularly on this topic as well as other on practical positive psychology.

Live A Post-It Life, Not A To-Do List Life!

Let’s face it, life gets pretty busy at times. Our to do list gets longer and we start pulling more and more action items through from yesterday. Eventually we get to a point where we are so busy, but exactly what are we busy doing? Catching up? Somehow, in this world where we have so much to do, we managed to create a life in which catching up is no longer possible. Emails flood our inboxes daily with requests, offers, demands and opportunities, so much so that ‘empty my inbox’ is on many people’s to do list itself. Demands for our time come from every direction and it seems the busier you get, the more people need you to do. Eventually, we [...]

By | 2018-01-30T09:10:37+00:00 November 24th, 2014|Categories: Goal Setting, Success|0 Comments

Why Perfectionists Can Never Be Successful

There are certain things I like about being a perfectionist. I like the way all of the writing in my diary is the same colour. I like the way everything on my desk is arranged at right angles. I like how my coffee is made because I make it exactly the same way each time. I used to think being a perfectionist was something to be admired, how I only did great work and how everything I touched turned to gold… or something like that. And yes, that was pretty accurate, most of my work was pretty good, and so I thought I was doing ok. However, the problem was I didn’t do very much work, and most of what I did [...]

By | 2018-01-31T16:04:35+00:00 November 18th, 2014|Categories: Success|1 Comment