The answer, in my opinion, is a resounding yes. If you as an individual have a talent, something that someone else sells, then you have an immediate opportunity to join them. If you have a talent that isn’t yet sold, it could be the next new thing and so it needs some research. I have spoken to so many very talented individuals, who have skills that other people would be willing to pay for, from photography to trainers, from artists to sales advisers. But they don’t. Why? Bec
The more video you can get online to promote your business the better. Whether that be a 10 second demonstration of a product you sell or a 5 minute professional profile video. Video engages your potential client and they are much more likely to watch a video than they are reading pages of text on a website. This is true both at work and in leisure time. By 2017 - 67% of consumer internet traffic will be video so if you aren't using it for your business then get on board! Vid
There once was a business known as the best kept secret in its sector. The End. Well, it would have been, had someone not intervened and worked on its profile. It has to have been one of the most unusual selling techniques I have come across in my twenty odd years in business. You do not want your business to be a secret, you want it to be there, in people's sight as often as possible so that they think of you when they need what your business has to offer. You don't want to
When you have an idea or someone suggests one to you, what's your first thought? Do you look for a reason to go through with that idea? Or do you look for reasons not to?
It seems common practice in everyday life that we look for reasons not to do things. Is it an English thing? Maybe a British thing? Maybe just a human thing? I wonder if it's because we are always told what we can't do rather than what we can do. It starts when we are children, don't do that, don't touch
Les was one of our first associates and brings more knowledge than most can imagine. He knows things about VAT that most don't want to know. We asked him to answer a few questions about his mastermind topic: What is the most important thing to get right when it comes to VAT? Certainty is the most important thing. You need to know that there are no nasty surprises down the line. Take opportunities to reduce your VAT; use special schemes if you are eligible; but make sure you k