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An Exit Plan is one of the most important tools you should have in your business. It’s a plan that considers your future desires and ensures that you remain focused on achieving those goals whilst removing you from the business. A good Exit Plan enables a smooth transition with less likelihood of disruption to the operation. By planning your exit well in advance you can maximise the value of your business and enable it to meet your future needs. Make sure your plan is attainable - set a realistic timetable and measurable milestones along the way and stick to them. More
I am constantly doing research to find ways to get even better performance out of my clients to help them achieve their goals. Recently I attended the 2009 Maus Business Systems Accredited Partners annual conference where we saw new products and research material to improve business efficiency. More
On October 4th I was asked to speak at the 33rd Annual ASAPS conference on dealing with the Global Financial Crises, the effects if it continues and when it ends the influx of patients wanting services. More
I do a lot of work with business entrepreneurs. Most of them come to me with great ideas, products and services - and incredible enthusiasm. Unfortunately, in all the excitement, some have forgotten to research the two most important questions "Who is my audience?" and "Do I even have an audience?" More
Everyone of us has talents that can be used to achieve the things we see as true success in life - and ultimately, real happiness.
To work and play at your peak is not about having an abundance of natural skill. You are better off with determination, vision, confidence and focus. More
As we all know, cold calling can be a very un-productive way to build your contacts and generate sales leads - especially if you're one of the many people who are not comfortable pitching to strangers on the phone or with one foot jammed in their door. Prospects pick up on this lack of confidence and immediately get on the defensive. More
What is a “use by" date? Other than a stamp on your milk carton or that dusty jar hidden at the back of the cupboard telling you when to throw it out?
While doing some research about executives holding their position I happened upon a very different example. In the “Asia Pacific Thought Leadership Series” by Heidrick & Struggles, an executive's “use by date” signifies the age when he or she supposedly moves from being “effective” to “ineffective”. More
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