Monthly Archives: December 2015

If a bird can do it …

One of my favourite books is Richard Bach’s “Jonathan Livingston Seagull”.  If you haven’t read it, it’s the tale of a Seagull who decides that flying doesn’t have to be just about flapping your wings to get somewhere, it can be a source of exhilaration and joy, if he does it to the best of…

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All I want for Christmas …

What’s the biggest gift you can give yourself this Christmas? With only a couple of days left before Christmas day, hopefully you’ve pretty much finished your Christmas shopping (and hopefully you’ve resisted the temptation to buy all sorts of consumerist crap just for the sake of it).  So here’s my question to you this holiday…

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The one skill no business owner can do without

What do you think is the essential skill that any business owner must have if they are going to succeed?  Financial literacy perhaps?  Management, maybe? How about leadership? Well, they all help, but it’s none of those – it’s selling. Whether you are just starting out, or you have an existing business, if you can’t…

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