In the last article on Business Networking, we talked about the importance of delivering a punchy and concise message. A good way to do that is to be clear on what you want to achieve and ask for it specifically. Here are some quick tips . . .
In another article I wrote that in marketing, almost everything is up for consideration so long as it is ethical and moral. So then, what is appropriate marketing? And are there any areas that really are taboo? I guess that just depends on how far you want to push the envelope. So when I recently… Read More »
You’ve probably heard this before from motivational speakers and on Facebook posts . . . “Surround yourself with the right people.” And it applies in networking as much as any where. We moved to a new area about 18 months ago and I thought it would be a good idea to attend networking events in… Read More »
About ten years ago, one of the minor but well known international car companies went out of business. Almost overnight, the resale value of the cars plummeted because of the fear that spare parts would no longer be available. This highlights the fact that consumers expect and demand . . .
So what is a Not To Do list, and what’s on your Not To Do List? Many business owners that I talk with feel overworked and underpaid. They have so much to do that they hardly know what to do next; and they certainly feel that they do not “have a life”. I wrote a… Read More »
Does your business, (or organisation), know who it is? In other words, does your company, business or organisation have a clear identity? Lack of a clear identity is one of the leading causes of business failure at all levels of business because . . .
As with many things in life, Opportunity + Reward = Desire. And no more-so, it seems, than when it comes to crime in local businesses . . .
Ever had an annoying Appointment No-Show? Have you ever been the annoying Appointment No-Show? Here is a quick tip to save you that embarrassment . . .
We need your help, so I am putting out a call to you. There are several particular industries that we would like to make some contacts in . . .