Working smarter. Being focused. Find the trigger.

Multitasking is overrated–and yes, I know as a woman I shouldn’t be admitting this! but it’s true. There are some things that go together well: I like to work with music on sometimes and I definitely like to run with my tunes blaring in my ears.

But I still have to remind myself that multitasking with my work time is never going to create the best results.

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Common Sense is the Thing…

I have a client who when we first starting working together referred to her ‘Thing’ as common sense. And it is. To her!

That’s the beauty of your ‘Thing’ – to you it’s something easy, effortless, makes perfect sense and is just so OBVIOUS. Once you see it and you realise that that is your Thing of course. But because your Thing is right in front of you, you might miss it…

Your Thing is what you just ‘can’t help’ but do

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What Being a Business Celebrity takes – free download

If your Thing is something ‘new’ or a new angle on some-thing,then you may need to teach your audience about it. This is NOT the same as preaching to them about it. Sometimes we get a little over excited about our Thing (perfectly normal if you ask me!) but what can then happen is we […]

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Structure sells

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When you have a fabulous Thing–especially when it’s simply something you see and get that other people don’t see or get–it’s important to build structure around it when selling it.

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The Story of 3 Sunbeds

What the price of sunbeds on one beach can teach you about price, positioning, and premiums.

Never make assumptions about what people will and won’t pay for your Thing (or sunbed), as you just might find people at all different places along the beach with different budgets…

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Is your light on?

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You and your Thing take people on a journey and deliver them to their destination (the result you give)—and, just like a taxi, you might be missing opportunities to help people if you only have your light on in the obvious places.

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