In the music business there are a two main ways to succeed. You can work like crazy and hope to be found, doing what you need to do until stardom breaks, or you can apply to an advert, audition for a band or singing group
In an age where good customer service is so hard to get and business is often tough, I am amazed at how little attention some businesses pay to the first, whilst moaning on and on about the second.
Hello, can someone serve me please?
This morning I
We all have days where we are stuck for inspiration. We get to our desks with nothing but good intentions, but somehow things don’t just flow the way we want them to.
It isn’t that we aren’t enthusiastic about what we do, or that we just
So, people have mentioned that you should write a blog. You think you should too, but where to start? What would you write about? Will anyone read it anyway? And what about all the time it takes? You are busy, right? Where will you find
It’s interesting to look at successful businesses and understand the factors that make them such a success. There are of course many many of these, great product or service, great people, great hiring, great training, great value proposition - the list goes on and on….
How often do you ask your clients for feedback - you know when you have finished a job for them, or part way through a project? How happy are they with what you have done?
And when you do ask, isn't it great when they tell
When we introduce children to Rugby, one of the first things we teach them is how to pass a ball.
Passing is a fundamental of the game and really important to learn well early on. To help children learn to pass we teach them a technique
With ‘silly season’ well and truly upon us, many are thinking of the wasted working weeks coming up, where their clients aren’t around to speak with, or are too busy being entertained and entertaining to think about new business.
I must say I have to differ.
We all know that first impressions count. In business it is so important and in the world of social media platforms that first impression can cost you dearly if you get it wrong.
There are many horror stories of people posting mad things to Facebook etc,
When I first started life as a recruitment consultant my manager and mentor at the time told me that there are only three things that are important in the hiring process:
This advice is so simple and so true. In professional sales there