Under promise and over deliver

Steve's formula for under promise and over deliver is a capital D over a lower case p

Under promise and over deliver

Have you ever been in a situation where you have been really, really looking forward to something but when you get it, or go there, if it’s a place, the experience has been nowhere near as good as you were expecting? Now if it's because you have an over-active imagination and an unreasonable expectation, that’s entirely your own doing. But, how many times is it because somebody has made you lots of promises and then it simply hasn't met the expectation they've set? Click here to read more
The formula for the sum of all your decisions

Your Present Situation…

Some of you may be familiar with the ∑ symbol, especially if you regularly use spreadsheet software. In spreadsheets, this symbol (the Greek letter Sigma) often means ‘Sum’ or the total value of things added together. I use this formula to remind myself that my Present Situation (big PS) is a direct result (equals) of the sum (∑) of all of the Decisions (big D) that I have made in my life so far. Click here to read more
Sarah Fox's Formula for Success

Why simplicity is the key to success

Are you ever in a position where you need to present an idea? Do you want your audience to listen to your message, understand it, and then take action? If so, you need a simple message combining accuracy, brevity and clarity. This is true whether you are creating a pitch to potential clients, a blog post, marketing material or your 40-second introduction (your elevator pitch). Click here to read more

CIA beats FBI

CIA >> FBI (the >> means 'beats') is the formula I use when I'm meeting new people. I should add that I'm not an American so I have no idea how the CIA and the FBI relate to each other. Click here to read more

Time flies when you’re having fun

I can’t even try and guess how many times I have heard the saying that ‘Time flies when you are having fun’ and this is the way that I remember it. Click here to read more
One of Steve's formulas

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing

This is a really simple formula and its meaning for me is that a little knowledge (little k) is a Dangerous Thing (big DT). If you don’t believe this formula, ask yourself this question: Would you be happy to be diagnosed by a first year medical student if they didn’t have a consultant standing beside them during your examination? Click here to read more

If you're setting a goal...

That's what Steve thought when he got fed up

  • Fed up with all the moaning he hears in the world!
  • Fed up with the negativity people have when things aren't perfect!
  • Fed up with people not realising just how lucky they are!

So Steve has created an online "Gratitude Jar" and if you help him fill it, he'll help you...

Simply tell Steve one thing you're grateful for in your life and he will give you his E-Book

"Your Secret Formula for a More Grateful Life"

This E-Book usually sells for £2.99
Now that's fair isn't it?

Click here to help Steve hit his target.