November 2009

16th November 2009

Business Owners 10 great questions to ask yourself

1. Customer base Ask yourself: If I just bought this company, how would I sell more/expand what I sell to this customer base?
16th November 2009

What turns you on at work?

Individuals are motivated when they are working towards personally meaningful goals. Attainment of those goals must require activity that is increasingly difficult, but attainable. In other words, people like to be challenged, but they must feel their goals are achievable to stay motivated. This can be accomplished by: · Establishing goals that are personally meaningful · Making those goals possible · Providing feedback on performance · Aligning goals with the individual's self esteem
13th November 2009

10 Strengths of a GREAT Goal Setter

1: Be Specific This strength is particularly relevant when setting "Smart" goals because some of your projects will require detailed planning. The more specific you can be on the next step or action required, the more likely you are to take that step and get closer to the goal.
12th November 2009

TRUST is the Key to any Sale

Here are some simple elements of trust that you must MASTER in order to make it possible for a relationship to blossom:
11th November 2009

Discipline

Discipline = The price of excellence is discipline. The cost of mediocrity is disappointment.
9th November 2009

Hearing and Listening are not the same thing

Hearing and listening are not the same thing. Hearing is the act of perceiving sound. It is involuntary and simply refers to the reception of aural stimuli. Listening is a selective activity which involves the reception and the interpretation of aural stimuli. It involves decoding the sound into meaning.Listening is divided into two main categories: passive and active. Passive listening is little more that hearing. It occurs when the receiver or the message has little motivation to listen carefully, such as music, story telling, television, or being polite.
6th November 2009

Get your testimonials working for you..

Using customer testimonials in your advertising, marketing materials and on your website is a common practice. If your customers are saying great things about your business, then why not publicize those positive testimonials for the world to see?
4th November 2009

Turn Your Customers Into Raving Fans

Raving fans are customers who are so over the moon with us that they not only tell all their friends and colleagues about us, they actually bring them to us and help us to sell things to them.
4th November 2009

Gimme, Gimme, Gimme!

It's been said that you cannot give away what you do not have. One of the most spiritual important insights or secrets in life is that you already have, and always have had, what you need to give away!
3rd November 2009

Top 10 Tips to Improve your Memory

Decide to remember. Resist passivity. Become an active learner by making a conscious, deliberate decision to remember. Follow through on this decision.
3rd November 2009

Top 10 Tips for Maintaining Cash Flow in your Business

Cash Flow is King, no more so than in a recession... Here are my top 10 tips to imporve your cashflow is a downturned market
1st November 2009

Knowledge v's Learning

We all have knowledge.. With so much information available to us today via so many different mediums we would struggle not to gain knowledge every day. So, I challenge Dunn and Bradstreets comments and say nearly all the business owners I meet and work with do indeed have KNOWLEDGE. The difference is they don't have the LEARNING.

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