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Jul
12
When we read, listen, and question the status quo, we grow.

When we read, listen, and question the status quo, we grow.

If you know me, you will come to realise that I am naturally curious. I ask questions to understand, rather
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Jul
03
Establishing a Growth Mindset

Establishing a Growth Mindset

Establishing a Growth Mindset - from page 194 of Dean Seddon’s book - Get Growing, Get Clients, Grow Faster
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Jun
21
Building a Successful Marketing Strategy: Lessons from IKEA

Building a Successful Marketing Strategy: Lessons from IKEA

Is Do-it-Yourself marketing like putting together IKEA furniture - without the instructions?
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Jun
11
Beyond the Pitch: Master Rapport Instead

Beyond the Pitch: Master Rapport Instead

Even if you think you're rubbish at sales, if you master rapport your confidence and results will improve.
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Jun
07
Active Listening is the Secret Sauce in Relationship Building

Active Listening is the Secret Sauce in Relationship Building

How good are you at active listening (on a scale of 1-10)? Answers on a postcard.
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Jun
05
The 8-Word Email That Revives Dead Leads

The 8-Word Email That Revives Dead Leads

If you've been in business for any length of time, you probably have many ‘dead’ leads. I know
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May
29
Referral Marketing Checklist

Referral Marketing Checklist

WARNING: This checklist provides a reality check for your referral strategy.
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May
20
The Myth of Busyness: Real Productivity in Business

The Myth of Busyness: Real Productivity in Business

What income-producing activities are crucial for your business to grow?
2 min read
May
16
Are you fitting in, when you could be standing out?

Are you fitting in, when you could be standing out?

It's comfortable to fit in and takes courage to stand out and adopt the road less travelled.
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Apr
12
The Jelly Effect at Networking Events

The Jelly Effect at Networking Events

Good manners have always been important but do we occasionally let them slip in our attempt to impress?
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