I’ve Got Something Up My Nose!

I’ve got something up my nose!  It is the wonderful sound of kids playing, the warm breeze of summers finale, I can see beautiful plants and blue skies. I can smell, but I am not sneezing. I can see, but my eyes do not itch. I can live, without the irritation of hayfever! No tablets, No…

Plan before you Pitch!

“No enterprise is more likely to succeed than one concealed from the enemy until it is ripe for execution.”

What is the value of a ‘Like’?

Why do businesses go around asking people to ‘like’ their content on Facebook, it’s not about the number of likes they get or where each like comes from anymore. It’s just about the reaction. So a business gets 1000 likes on their status promoting their new deal, but who cares when that action may not…

Nailing an Interview – The R.I.M Method

The R.I.M Method – A Clued Up Article! (You heard it here first) Some Background Info! I have recently left my apprenticeship job after a years contract terminated, I had bagged my qualifications and picked up some great skills and valuable experience, so thus I decided to follow my instincts and search for a new…

Selling a New Product – 3 Key Points

Do you have a product/service that you need to sell harder than anyone else because it’s new; it is innovative and fresh out the box? Well here are some tips as to how to make it stand out.                      Well done for providing something no one…

Tips to gaining Organic Followers!

What to tweet, When & Why A “Clued Up” Article The one thing many love about twitter in comparison to Facebook is that theoretically you can tweet as much as you want and no one really has the right to moan about it. Twitter is often known for updates like “Finally on the Bus”. On…

EVENT ALERT! – Big Breakfast Business Networking

I attended the Big Breakfast Business Networking event in association with IKEA intended to reach out to local businesses and create connections that can become either potential partnerships or potential customers. I must admit it did just that! I went home with nearly 15 business cards of potential businesses that I was either planning to…

Building Achievers – 5 Tips

In connection with my previous article called “Are the overachieving staff become the underachievers?” I have now written 5 tips or points to integrate into the existing business model to help encourage employees not only to work hard but also to enjoy doing it. Let me know what you think! 1.       Positive Emotional Connectors Working…

Are the overachieving staff becoming the underachievers?

Under achieving or over achieving, I believe that every member off your staff deserve quality attention and equal amounts of your time. Motivating in a form of disciplining should be used to encourage your staff to meet targets and stick to rules or guidelines of the company. Despite the fact it may be easier to…

This Is The Time To Act!

“We don’t want to continue thinking our way into a new way of acting, we want to act our way into a new way of thinking.” – Katherine Fulton   I have realized that it is important to understand that the most selfish desire is to think of yourself, to want to do things that benefit you…

Must See: Documentaries for Entrepreneurs

Freakonomics (2010) Freakonomics helped to construct my thought in order to question the things we often allow to happen in our lives. It made me want to consider how much of the decisions I make in my life are actually from my own initiative and how many are due to the incentives put in front…

The Art to Achieving Goals

We all have goals we desire to reach, whether they are business related or personal goals, they motivate us to direct and generate energy so as to complete them. Likely we make goals that seem unreachable due to our current situations but we shouldn’t let that determine our future. There are people who aim low…