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On Monday my book AN INTRODUCTION TO A BUSINESS GROWTH MINDSET was released. The book debuted as one of Amazon Best Sellers… #1 Hottest New Release in Entrepreneurship#14 In Entrepreneurship#17 In Small Business and Entrepreneurship#93 In All Books (EPIC) The book draws on the lessons that I have learned, and I present a straight-talking, no-nonsense simple guide to creating the mindset that will give you the confidence and skills to take your business and your life to new heights. This book is for anyone who aspires to be better, not just in business. It's available

Today I am going to share with you one of my biggest frustrations, and that is people who constantly say - they are too busy! How often have you heard the phrase “I’m too busy”” Bullshit! Too often I hear people complaining about how little time they have and how much time their singular job occupies.  Reality check! that one job is about 38 hours a week maybe 50 on the rare occasion. There are 168 hours in a week so being busy is just aa mindset! If people focused on using their time

For a long time, I struggled with receiving praise. In fact, I used to brush it away and not acknowledge it. Interestingly, I have always been a fan of constructive feedback - it’s how we improve - but when it came to praise, I struggled.  One day, a mentor of mine bailed me up and told me this needed to stop! It was rude, and because I didn’t acknowledge the praise it made others feel uncomfortable. I had no idea! I took a deep dive into understanding why I struggled to receive praise,

Minister Speirs has expressed his support for the tourism agenda, telling operators that ‘we have your back’ at the Nature-based Tourism Industry Business breakfast, one of the featured events at last week’s SA Tourism Conference. Yvette added, ‘I really enjoyed the ‘Failing Forward’ talk by Kristian Livolsi. It encouraged me to want to keep pushing with access in parks, as I feel that is my purpose in the department.’ https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/the-weekly/articles/sa-tourism-conference

The University of Adelaide's ThincLab has appointed its first Entrepreneur in Residence to provide mentorship, inspiration and advice to locally based start-up companies. Adelaide entrepreneur Kristian Livolsi – who has experienced both the soaring highs and devastating lows of the business world – will apply his knowledge and leadership skills to the role of Entrepreneur in Residence at ThincLab Adelaide. https://www.adelaide.edu.au/news/news97043.html