If you’ve ever been to any job interview, more likely than not you’ve heard of this question: “Where do you see yourself in five years?” It may be cliche, but it’s actually a good question. Only those with a vision for themselves can answer that question well. Read more
Websites are relatively new, but the purpose they serve and the principles governing them are the same as the oldest marketing medium – the mail order catalogue. Let’s look at all the good things a catalogue does and whether they apply to the internet, and more importantly, if you could use these principles into transforming your website design into something much more customer-friendly, easier to use, and overall deliver a more pleasurable online marketing experience. Read more
Traditional thinking would tell you that if you really want to know as much as you can about running a business, you need to take an MBA. There are lots of universities offering MBA courses, but not everyone can afford it. And not everyone wants to take an MBA. Moreover, not everyone needs an MBA. Especially today.
Tracking the expenses related to your business is an important part of any business, big or small. Knowing where your money goes, you would then know what you should spend more on, as well as what you should cut spending on. It’s a huge part of continually improving your business.
Do you take advantage of the power of video for your online business in the UK? If not, then now is the time. But what if you don’t have the equipment, nor the budget to buy them?
If you’ve ever been to any job interview, more likely than not you’ve heard of this question: “Where do you see yourself in five years?” It may be cliche, but it’s actually a good question. Only those with a vision for themselves can answer that question well.
Great leaders inspire people to be their best and to do their best work. If you have a team of people working with you, ask yourself: “Am I doing something to make them do the best that they can do?”
Every CEO is at the top position for a reason. It’s not just to earn lots of money; being at the top includes the greatest responsibility of making sure the company runs smoothly. Part of that is being a mentor to the people under them.
The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humour, but without folly.
About Peter Bright
Entrepreneur and Business Development Coach · Barcelona, Spain Several businesses including management consulting, social media, online businesses, property investments, passive income creation and second income creation.
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