Managing the careful act of remaining adept, focused and aware of opportunities, before they arise and being absolutely prepared for them. You’re well-connected to your market by listening to your customer, client, or whomever you service. In fact, you’re so well ‘tuned-in’ to them that you know what they’re likely to want before they want it.
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If you don’t feel like an expert in your industry, fake it. You can learn new skills and take on more work if you act like you know what you’re doing.
What drives your search for answers to improve your business? Is it a deep understanding of who you are and what you do; is it an awareness of your objectives/goals and what you want for yourself and your organization… or is it something else? Whether we call it Internet overload, filter failure or just plain lack of clarity, sometimes we need to step back and examine our MO.
This article will be sharing some “little known” ways to take your business to the next level. You’ve probably heard most of the things on this list but you’re probably ignoring them because you think they won’t make any real impact. Or would they?
Like Joan, it is important to use a process to recognise how business opportunities fits you. Use these 5 questions to get you started…
British Institutions have been shaken in the past few years. Although they’re still powerful, they no longer appear untouchable.
Many of you will know Lorna Sixsmith from her successful business Garrendenny Lane, or Write on Track, or the Blog [...]
The word NEW means different things to different people – fresh, start, beginning, re-start, improve, more of, less of, give-up; [...]
It’s a challenging environment for Irish SME’s as they seek growth, funding and stability. smeople is a new nework that provides Irish small business owners a different way to network, do business with one another and get funded. In this interview, Rob Marr explains why he co-founded smeople and how creating a community will encourage positive business growth.
The Importance of Playing to Your Strengths for business development, success and growth