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Assets in your business

When someone asks you about the assets in your business do you immediately think of stock etc.? If so, you are like most people. After all, that is what the accountant reports on and what the bank looks at but, think again. [ap_column_wrap] [ap_column span="2"][/ap_column] [ap_column span="4"]Take the nice company cars in the car park: how many hours a day are they used in the course of busi...
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Learn from children

Just how much can we learn from children? It is a given that everyone of us knows how to sell, it is part of our development as infants; how we gain attention, compete for food and nurture when defenseless, yet most of us forget. Once we have the ability to get our own food, care for our own needs we then adopt a non-compete mode in order to fit into society’s ‘norm’. Along with this go our sales...
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I don’t want to be a salesman!

I don't want to be a salesman! [ap_column_wrap] [ap_column span="4"]This is something often heard from small business owners, perhaps the self-employed tradesman or the specialist engineering company and is completely understandable. BUT, the reality is that if you are exchanging a product or service for a fee you are selling. Maybe not in the professional salesperson sense but you are looking t...
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Bond, James Bond

Bond, James Bond... one of the most well known movie lines of all time, but why? It comes-down to the use of English and, in particular a technique called a diacope. Writers employ these techniques to make certain words and phrases stick in our minds and a diacope is basically repetition of the phrase with a small 'something' in between eg. Bond, James Bond. Bond (key word), James (the 'somet...
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