There are three templates to starting a business. Get this first step right, and success will fall into place.
Learn to think differently, encourage your team to do the same, and innovative disruption could become a part of your company’s DNA.
Do what you say you will do and be the one who responds: Two valuable keys to building excellent client relationships.
The secret to asking more for your goods and services instead of less.
Big match temperament for size-conscious homo sapiens.
Get some real perspective on your target market.
Don’t panic and go into survival mode in tough times.
Unraveling Inherited Ideas about Work and Wealth.
Eight epiphanies about money that every entrepreneur must have.
To become a guru, you must leave a trail of bread-crumbs that potential clients can follow.
Make your customers come to you by becoming an expert in your field.
Five ways to pre-plan a successful presentation.
Contrary to a strange and enduring belief, the phrase ‘thou shalt use powerpoint’ does not appear in the bible.
Avoid sounding like a stuck record.
Speakers are often encouraged to begin with humour. It’s a good idea, but one that can backfire if you don’t know what you’re doing.
When you are presenting, any repetitive movement is visually distracting.
Learn to speak directly to the interests of your audience.
The easiest presentations are the ones when they nod and smile, the kind when everyone endorses your every word, wish and whimsy.
‘Oh no! The room is all wrong for my presentation!’ ‘So what? Change it!’
The right rhythms can win an audience over. The wrong rhythms can lull them to sleep. Do you know how to use rhythm effectively?