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Caring about people

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The behaviour of tangibly caring about the people that you meet through the course of your business is a behaviour that I’ve observed to be underpracticed and undervalued. As I write this blog, some of the faces of the people that I have either helped (or have tried to help) are flashing into my mind. […]

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A chance meeting can trigger heart warming consequences

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I have know Zoe Edge for many years – or rather, I have known of her for many years. Zoe is the best known supporter of Chesterfield FC  and was quite rightly voted their best supporter in May 2016. Zoe lives in Clowne, a small town in the beautiful town of Derbyshire. 42 year old Zoe suffers […]

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How do challenges make you feel?

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It is true to say that most human beings have their attention grabbed more by a challenge (or something that is problem) than by a happy or positive story. This reality plays a very important part in modern marketing and advertising. When I teach my 360 Degree Marketing Course, amongst the course I share my […]

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How to get noticed on Google

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How to get noticed on Google? A simple guide for the less internet savvy Such is the growing importance of the Internet, here is a common question that is presented for me to consider: “How Do I Get My Business Noticed On Google?” This is a question I get a lot from business owners who […]

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Where might you have found yourself?

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49 years ago, whatever planet earth power or godlike force that prevails placed me here in England. I was born as the child of caring and responsible parents. As a consequence, I had half a chance of a decent life. However, I could just as easily have been born into a third world country, with […]

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How does it make you feel?

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Thought for the day. “One day, this reality will overwhelm you! If it doesn’t make you feel warm inside, if you cannot enjoy sharing it with others, if it doesn’t make the people in your life smile, whatever “it” is you’re doing, you should perhaps stop”