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Apr 17
Time and friendship are among the most desired jewels of life. To build true friendships, to sort out people who will prove disappointing, you need time; but time is precisely what you are short of. Take the short cut and avoid disappointment: make foes! There are few desires (if any) stronger than the deep wish to be liked. The first time you realized that not everybody liked you, it was a shock. For most of us it was the first lesson we learned at school, and we needed time to accept it. As ...
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Apr 16
Do you wish you could work less and play more? Are you so stuck in the rut you can't see a way out? Have you ever said I wish I had more time for me? Well there is hope. First of all you have to be aware of your situation, have a strong desire to change and then take action. Jackie's Story Jackie is 31 yrs of age and the Business Development Manager for an insurance company. She always arrived at work at 8.00 a.m. and never left the office before 6.30 p.m. most nights. She bemoaned the fact ...
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Apr 15
Sales Require You Get Your Foot in the Door By Kathleen Gage If you are in sales and/or marketing you know one of the most challenging aspects of what you do is getting in front of prospects. Prospects and clients are bombarded constantly with items that promote, market, or advertise what people do. So we sell, buy, receive, file, or throw away items that we're just not sure what to do with. Millions of dollars in advertising and promotions end up in the trash, completely ineffective ...
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Apr 14
Every year I watch as advertisers begin to promote their products for the Holiday Period. For retail this is their busiest time and sales usually make or break a company's year. I'm not here to play scrooge, I would however like people to think a little about what the holidays are really about. Perhaps it's me getting a year older and wiser, but as I look around at the world it really makes me understand that our time on this earth isn't a long one and that we should make the most of our time. ...
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Apr 13
Ever dreamt of escaping your desk job and having more freedom? Of course you have! Trouble is you eventually wake up and remember that you've got a job and bills to pay, right? What you need is your own portable means of income that will give you the flexibility and freedom to work anytime, anywhere. Imagine working in your garden, from a beach, or your holiday home in Brazil. Well, with the technology available today, the dream can actually be a reality. So what businesses are most ...
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Apr 12
This article is based on the following book: The Servant "A Simple Story About the True Essence of Leadership" By James C. Hunter Published by Crown Business, 1998 ISBN 0-7615-1369-8 187 pages In order to lead, you must serve. This is the solid premise of the book 'The Servant' by James C. Hunter. It is discussed through the tale of John Daily, a business executive who starts to lose his grip as boss, husband, father, and coach. He was talked into going on a week-long retreat at a ...
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Apr 11
It's your first day in a new job. This is the job that you really wanted. The one that you saw advertised and immediately knew was for you. The one that you spent hours crafting an application letter for. The one that required you to beat all the other applicants at interview. The one where you anxiously awaited the postman to see if you'd been successful. New suit. Clean shirt and your favourite tie. Shoes freshly polished. Hair cut just the way your Mum would like it. You're keen. You arrive ...
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Apr 10
Turn low-performance players around Remember, your job as a coach is to enhance your players' performance. To do so, you'll need to take a very close look at the situation to find the clues you need to turn the problem around-and it's not always easy. I use a coaching tool I call "be-do-have" to bring tricky problems into focus. To put it into action, just focus on the different elements of a team member's performance issue by asking yourself the following questions: -- Being. What's the ...
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Apr 9
Once I had bought a hotel in Scotland, my next concern was to ensure my business was viable. Releasing the energy of faith, looking forward as I entered my first trading season, I was able to activate two positive principles of enterprise. One might think of these as being grouped under a 'one way' sign (to borrow a symbol from the Highway Code), because they are positive, mandatory instructions: 1. Plan ahead 2. Think customer Planning ahead is reaching out in advance. Thinking customer ...
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Apr 8
Ah, the joys of self employment...Good pay, flexible hours, excellent benefits, a wise and business savvy boss...And profitability, lots of profitability! If you're self employed, chances are your own company is missing some of the features that you might consider to be ideal. It's a good thing being a business owner can have other benefits that are not as quantifiable. Things like satisfaction, loving what you do, not dancing to someone else's tune and charting your own course. But no matter ...
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