Personal Change Management Podcast


Amoti Nyabongo
In light of the Pandemic we are all re-thinking our life. Amoti asks the questions “Where would you like to go?” and “What would you like to do”
Bill Florin
Bill Florin is an expert in business coaching. Here he chats about the new requirements for virtual team management. Some very thoughtful information.

Amoti Nyabongo
Changes in life occur every day. Some involve us directly, some indirectly. Most changes are skipped over but when it gets up close and personal, we pay attention. How we handle those personal changes can be the difference between happy life and not so happy life. Amoti shares some of his life-long experiences with the management of change.
Amoti Nyabongo
While we all like to celebrate our “big” victories, Amoti suggests we should always celebrate every victory, large or small.
Amoti Nyabongo
What personal investment do we have to put into anew venture to make progress? What skill sets do we have, and which ones do we have to change – research, re-structure our goal-setting routine.
Amoti shares some suggestion to help you make those changes.
Amoti Nyabongo
There are many simple and basic factors to success. Learning what they are and how to control them can make an enormous difference in your life. Amoti explains how to identify and embrace those simple basics.
Amoti Nyabongo
You either love discipline or you don’t. There’s no half-way house. Sometimes we have to look at our own attitude and behaviour regarding our self-discipline, especially when we are keen to move ahead in life but hold ourselves back through a poor approach. Amoti helps us understand how to overcome some of those concerns.
Amoti Nyabongo
Behavioural patterns control our routines and our habits. A habit is something we choose to do whereas a routine is something we learn to do, perhaps dictated to us by others – at work, at home etc. Amoti discusses ways to separate and manage both of them.
Amoti Nyabongo
Controlling how we think sounds easy – and it can be – if we know how to programme ourselves. Amoti explains how the insertion of positive messages into the sub-conscience can be differentiated from negative messages.