Work worth doing always has a hard part.
In any results-driven activity, there are defining moments. That point in time between getting started and getting finished, when things become hard and aspirations for achievement get seriously challenged. When things become hard, people can feel stuck, and performance can stagnate.
About Andrew Horsfield
Andrew Horsfield is a performance consultant who advises leaders in business, sport and social enterprise. With deep expertise in advancing people and performance, he avoids
the fist pumping rah-rah preferring to focus on cutting edge capability that delivers real world results.
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