Cherryflava tools that help you measure, design and make better use of your future.
There is absolutely no chance in hell of going back to what was.
Pain is valuable. Use it wisely.
The way we think makes a massive difference to the potential we ultimately reach in the future.
Overwhelmingly business leaders tend to default their attention towards client acquisition.
Strategy is notoriously tricky to execute when these reasons to believe are left out.
Starting with 'the end in mind'.
Choosing wisely, making a good judgment when faced with endless choices, really depends on two critical factors.
Our monkey minds are weirdly magnetically drawn to obsessing about disaster
'The new normal' is that we need to accept and adopt wholeheartedly into our thinking some indisputable facts – here are 4 of them.
What does your 80-year old self think about what you are about to choose now?
Scent branding may be a good opportunity in a post-lockdown world.
The strategy that hold up against all, or most, of the scenarios can then be considered to be more future-fit than the rest.
One of the most useful skills needed by people and organisations wanting to thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Increasing & decreasing factors affecting change is a simple exercise that can help make your strategic thinking more robust and considered.
You can't win a world championship with a team that is not put together carefully to deliver on that intention.
Getting and keeping a customer can be thought of as a system, which is made up of five (5) parts.
When navigating a company, or team, through times like these, a very useful tool to generate a better understanding of the future is scenario planning.
Creatively brainstorming options and carefully considering the long-term effects of actions creates mental agility and cognitive dexterity.
Being future-fit has now become about being prepared for multiples paths into the future.
All businesses, but especially those whose business model is premised on people needing to be physically present in order to engage with them commercially; need to be doing everything they can to survive at this time.
Evidence suggests that silence and quiet reflection are indeed hugely overlooked as tools for better and clearer strategic thinking.
How can even the most tangibly-enabled business transition towards a digital environment quickly in order to get back up and trading again?
How do you go about uncovering your very own personal brand? Here's a step-by-step guide to start thinking about it.
Innovation - the act of people implementing new ideas to create value - requires action. Just having clever ideas and talking about them isn't going to crack it.
At its core - innovation starts out surprisingly humbly, builds, dies and runs in cycles over time.