Elements of Success

Elements of Success – Personal


As an organisation, we believe in people. We believe in the creative and innovative potential and humanity of people.  We believe people can do amazing things given the courage to try.  We believe people have a right to be happy and fulfilled.  We believe in you.

The Elements of Success program is built around those human traits we often under-value. The program is delivered in small components, Elements, and is designed to fit into a busy lifestyle.

Take control of your future.  Let us help you.

Course Curriculum

Pivotal You
Element 4 – Focus 00:00:00
Brand You
Introduction to Brand You 00:00:00
Element 5 – Why Do You Work? 00:00:00
Element 6 – Principles, Paradigms and Centres 00:00:00
Element 7 – Brand New 00:00:00
Element 8 – Getting It Straight 00:00:00
Introduction to Navigator 00:00:00
Element 9 – Deliver The Goods 00:00:00
Element 10 – Joining The Dots 00:00:00
Element 11 – In Case of Emergency, Press Here 00:00:00
Element 12 – Finding the Pivot Point 00:00:00

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As we have fewer constraints on what we can do, it is then inevitable that our values will matter more than ever.

McAfee and Brynjolfsson

Ideas are cheap and plentiful. The pitch is such a small part of a business. How you execute (the idea) is the most important thing

Fried & Hansson

We can protect the past from the future, or we can protect the future from the past. Personally, I prefer the latter.

Tim O’Reilly

The 15 people who helped create Instagram benefitted from their talent, timing, and ties to the right people.

Fried & Hansson

"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler."

Albert Einstein

People with good intentions make promises but people with good character keep them.


New combinations are, as a rule, embodied in firms that generally do not arise out of the old ones. It is not the owner of the stagecoach that builds the railways.


The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low and achieving our mark.