Playing nice in business — why manners maketh money

Sometimes I come across businesses, and business people, that just don’t seem to have any manners!
It’s not just customer service; you should also be thinking about how you work with other businesses too…

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Space. The final frontier (& really useful for Doing your Thing)

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You need space to do your Thing, to step into it and grow it. And your clients need space too. When you offer a product or a program to your clients you are offering them space. Space to do something a new way, work on a project, get a result or a transformation.

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The magic online customers

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Now, I am not saying you can’t find customers online (you can, of course) but, depending on your Thing and your business model, you don’t need to think this is the **only** place you can find some ideal clients.

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How to be a famous introvert (or extrovert)

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Extrovert or introvert—doing your Thing your way is always the way to go. When I talk about finding your ‘media thing’ it’s about finding the ways you love to communicate that are you sharing your message and Thing at your best. If you’re best in front of an audience go for it, but if you’re best on your own in your ‘creation cave’ go with that instead.

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Uphill Struggle or Downhill Slalom?

We can all climb a mountain if we put our minds to it (and backs into it) BUT sometimes, surely, it makes sense to take the cable car? I mean it’s there… would seem silly not to use it. And sometimes in business (and life!) even though there’s a cable car up our mountain, we either don’t see it OR choose not to use it. Are we mad?

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Pace yourself (and get good at the 1 thing that makes all the difference)

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When you work out your Thing, it’s very tempting to then run at 100 miles an hour and try and get everything done at once. You want the website, the Facebook followers, the big list, the speaking gigs, the PR, the online programme–the lot. But what you might spot missing from that list is clients (and therefore cash).

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