Monthly Archives: August 2010

Tips for effective business networking

These are my key tips learnt from my networking tourism.  1.  “May I join you?” It can be daunting entering a room full of strangers.  Do you stand in the corner trying to catch someone’s eye?  I find that walking … Continue reading

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How to effectively intro your presentation

Very few people are able to stand and talk confidently, clearly and credibly the first time they have to present.  Everyone, even the best conference presenters, have nerves.  In fact, the best speakers need that rush of adrenalin to provide the … Continue reading

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Being trusting but not naive – 3 cautionary tales

  Three cautionary tales this week.  Most of the people I have met and the products and services I have used have been bona fide.  There are, however, some experiences that have taught me to have some caution.  1.  Some … Continue reading

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Business Rules – Focus, Plan and Take Time Out

I am amazed at the amount of useful and free tips and advice available.  Webinars, teleclasses, e-books, newsletters, free reports, CDs.  All from excellent providers including Chris Cardell, Ben Croft, Steve Clarke, Wendy Dashwood-Quick.  The challenge is that I could spend … Continue reading

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