Business and sales leader, as well as author and blogger, who brings to life the science of human behaviour and motivation. Greg is a graduate from Newcastle University and a lifelong student of the sciences unlocking the complexities of human behaviour. With 30 years operational sales and management experience he brings resources and a wealth of practical ideas when influencing others decisions and their behaviour is critical to success.
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By Gregory Ferrett Welcome to Monday I was watching over the shoulder of a ‘World of Warcraft’ player and noticed every time they went around a corner, entered a room or moved into an new unexplored area they always entered … Continue reading
By Gregory Ferrett Welcome to Monday Earlier this month a colleague of mine called and asked how many return calls I was getting when I sent my CV out. I had just re-written my profile and he was concerned I … Continue reading
By Gregory Ferrett Welcome to Monday I was listening in on a sales team conversation. They were setting very low expectations for the month of March. Here in Victoria we have three four day weeks out of four and a … Continue reading
By Gregory Ferrett Welcome to Monday I have spent my life looking for that ‘big break’ or some get-rich-quick scheme. I started my journey in high school when I purchased my first book on how to make my fortune in … Continue reading
By Gregory Ferrett Welcome to Monday Procrastination is the art or putting off or delaying important actions to a later time. This is a close relation to, and often at odds with, the emotional need to have something useful to … Continue reading