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`Growing a Winning Rugby Club Business` by Colin Thompson
Managing Partner at Cavendish – ► CEO, business coach & author ► Helping companies achieve growth.

Keys to a Winning Team

1. Strong Leadership
2. Common Goal
3. Rules of the Game
4. Action Plan
5. Support Risk Taking
6. 100% Involvement/Inclusion of the Team for Success

Take Action on the above points and I will coach you and your team to success.

Business is `fun – not fear!

Be x Do = Have

Thoughts Actions Results

Your investment = Results = Success

Consistency = Foundation for Healthy Growth in business and personal wellbeing.

Be Niche will = Why are we different to our competition?

Offer Guarantees to your Customers

 Friendly Service
 Products in Stock
 Happy People with Knowledge
 Customers continually return

The 5 Key Qualities Needed to Succeed in Business
Why do some people succeed in business and others not and why are some exceptionally successful.

Some of it may be luck but there are common factors in successful business people that would seem to indicate otherwise.

It seems that great entrepreneurs have 5 key qualities that help them succeed in situations that others may fail…
 Desire to succeed – not having an employee 9 to 5 mentality. They want to go that extra mile to succeed and will do whatever it takes.
 Positive Mental Attitude – both towards themselves and their business. They see opportunities where others see obstacles, their cup is always half full and disappointments don’t get them down. They look forwards, not backwards.
 Commitment to hard work – they’re not afraid of hard work and the commitment needed to succeed.
 Patience – Rome wasn’t built in a day and as well as being committed they have the patience to see the job through, taking it step by step.
 Persistence – challenges and problems will reveal themselves along the pay but the successful entrepreneur will persist with their ideas and not give up or change direction.
“Leaders lead the way, they also make the way.”
A leader knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way. Being leader means showing people the big picture and helping them see beyond a narrow focus and understand how their part fits into the big picture.

“Two little words that can make the difference: START NOW.”

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