When political parties and governments decide to have a reshuffle, it always makes the news.
Who’s out, who’s in?
It should bring fresh ideas to the table and give those who weren’t performing an ‘opportunity to focus on new projects’.
That’s the positive spin.
What would you reshuffle?
What can you remove?
Who can you bring in?
And who can you move out?
The most controversial part of my book, Flip It – how to get the best out of everything – is the section from pages 30 to 36. Look it up.
It’s where I suggest you do a ‘friend’s audit’.
Who should stay and who should go?
I even invented a grid to help with the process.
Why was it so controversial?
As much as some readers thought it was a brilliant idea and just what they needed to remove some negative people from their lives…
Others felt that I was being a [add your favourite expletive here] as you can’t do that to your ‘friends’.
Make a start, take a look at the most important person in the world.
You are the PM and it’s up to you who you have in your circle.
If it’s true that you become like people who you spend most of your time with, is it time for a reshuffle?
I’d love to know what you think here.
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