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Your Greatest Project:

This blog post is about the biggest marketing project you will ever work on in your life. Working successfully on this project can either create opportunities, or shut doors in your face…

Negative Reviews: 4 STEPS

Not everybody likes you, and not everybody will like you regardless of how good, efficient or productive you are. Sadly online platforms and especially social media have given new means for the upsetting minority to be loud, and without the proper tackling, negative reviews can be detrimental to your business, or yourself on a personal level…

The First 100 FB Likes:

I have just over a week ago launched a new Facebook page, as an extension to this blog, and it has today reached 100 Likes. Is this a reason to celebrate? Or am I making a big deal out of nothing? Below is the “WHY” it is important to address this, and see for yourself what an impact this can have in multiple areas…

Online Offices:

Let’s face it, in today’s world more people will visit your online showroom (website) than will ever walk through your doors! Make sure you are ready to make it a good experience for them, giving them the chance to be informed and able to engage with you as if they were right in front of you.
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Sales People, Bad People!

Being in sales myself, I have had my fair share of being called “con-artist”, “cowboy”, and “bad person”. Needless to address all the adjectives fellow colleagues in other industries have been exposed to, the list is endless. Main accusation and notion around sales people is that they will go at any lengths to achieve that one sale, including lying, and making false promises. But are really sales people bad people?
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First Impressions Matter!

Anyone that tells you that first impressions don’t matter, simply stay away from them! First impressions play a huge role in everyday encounters. They take just a tenth of a second to formulate, and they almost never change
(Willi & Todorov, 2016). Don’t forget that these are deal makers or deal breakers and they happen almost instantly. Below I will be sharing with you situations that this is most evident, and in brief my 5 steps of how to win at first impressions.
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