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How to have enough time to do everything you want

In this fast-paced world it seems there are constantly more things to do and less time to do them in. If can feel as though you’re juggling 100 balls in the air and praying you don’t have to catch them all at the same time.

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Practicing without attachment encourages collaborative teamwork

Recently I discussed the concept of without attachment with a colleague here in New Zealand, which essentially means emotionally detaching from the outcome of a situation, to enable a higher focus on the process.

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Searching for the Epiphany Moment

Many a would-be startup founder has sat there, chin resting thoughtfully and earnestly on fist, willing that idea to appear in a divine light from high above. However, instead of simply willing that idea to magically manifest itself, sometimes it’s actually better being a little more perspicacious about the workings of the business right in […]

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Managing conflict: How MBTI helps me create team harmony

Harmonious team play is pivotal to a team’s success, as any sports coach would tell you. Only the luckiest of us would ever find ourselves in a team where everybody magically gels together. In most cases, clashes among team members are inevitable. Major clashes, which lead to resignations, are also not uncommon.

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Proposals have a special place in the mind of many sales people

Proposals have a special place in the mind of many sales people. They are one of the milestones of the sales process and are often the main weapon in the sales armoury. They are the ‘meat of the dinner’.

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Are Business Cards Still a Necessity?

As technology moves ever forward toward instant access to information and communication, “old fashioned” ways of doing business can sometimes be cast aside, whether or not they ought to be. Not everything about the way people did business 30 or 40 years ago is completely out of date.

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Is your Business Creating a Great Impression

Your business creates an impression in the mind of your prospects and customers each and every day. You have ability to ensure that it is appropriate, consistent and positive. How well does your business create the impression with your prospects and customers that you want to portray?

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Why my Wife and I Love Minnie Cooper Shoes

Even I as a man who hates buying shoes due to my feet resembling something between a seal’s flipper and a rowing oar can appreciate the quality of skill that has gone into every Minnie Cooper shoe.

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What business are you really in

There is a huge difference between the products and services you sell and the business….that you are really in. People only come to you for one of three reasons:

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5 ways to make sure you provide great customer service

Gone are the times when it didn’t matter so much if a few customers got upset or had issues.

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Will your business survive to the next generation?

In the 30 or so years we’ve been working as specialists alongside family businesses one thing has become clear – only one-third of them will survive the transition to the second generation. And of that one third that gets through to the second generation, only one-third will survive to the third generation. That’s not very […]

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How to Set Goals and Achieve Them

There’s one significant difference between people who succeed in life and those who struggle; their ability to set goals and achieve them. To have what you want in life, you can’t just sit back and expect it to happen.

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