Archive | December, 2012

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Manage Your Relationships Smarter, To Succeed Better!

31 December 2012

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It’s the last day of the year today. In this final issue of my Speaking IDEAS newsletter for 2012, I discuss the importance of managing your relationships, to boost your chances of speaking success. Your eloquence, qualifications, certifications or even talent or natural abilities matter. But most crucial to your success in ANY area of […]

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Use Your Smartphone To Boost Your Productivity (5 Tested & Proven Tips)

30 December 2012

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In my new ebook titled “WHY YOU KEEP FAILING TO ACHIEVE YOUR WRITING GOALS! – 10 Habits That Are Holding You Back, And How To Change Them For Good!” – published on 31st October 2012, I mentioned that 80% of my website content updates were done from my Blackberry Smartphone at the time. As of […]

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Be A Role Model For Your Kids On Speaking Truth

28 December 2012

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What If Your Child Knows A Truth That Could Save Someone? Imagine your child witnesses a prank by a few of her peers on a teacher’s car, that causes some unintented damage. Then let’s say some days later she learns that two innocent students from a rival group have been suspended by the principal over […]

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Why You Need A Planned Activity Tracking Sheet (PATS)

27 December 2012

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Many busy executives and managers sometimes struggle to keep abreast of the myriad of tasks they need to attend to. Their demanding schedules are often responsible for this problem. Unfortunately, not everyone can have (or afford) a personal assistant. And even for those who have, sometimes the PA may be unavailable, or worse, not at […]

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You Need Conviction To Succeed!

27 December 2012

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Are you struggling to make progress towards a valued personal or business goal? Does it feel like you don’t have enough of the things you need to succeed? This article narrates a true story that illustrates the fact that sometimes NOTHING, other than a lack of adequate conviction, can hold you back, if you really […]

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Reduce Your Customer Acquisition Cost (Lessons From My 4 Week Sales Prospecting Experiment)

26 December 2012

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What if you could spend less money, time and effort to get the same or even more people to buy your products and/or services? You’d like that wouldn’t you? Well, so would many others who are just like you and me. The question is how can one make that happen – especially on a continuing […]

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You Will Be Sorely Tested

24 December 2012

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Tomorrow is Christmas day. A day on which Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. In the bible we are told of the suffering Jesus endured to fulfil his purpose on earth. The theme of this week’s issue of my speaking IDEAS newsletter is partly related to the above i.e. understanding how adversity and suffering […]

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How Far Should You Go To Get Comments?

23 December 2012

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Are You Still Trying To Crack The Code For Getting Regular Comments? If YES, then this article may help you refine the choices you make, to include the use of only ethical practices to achieve your goal. I’ve written it to offer guidance to blog owners or administrators who may feel pressured to get comments […]

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A Unique Ability Your Child Needs

21 December 2012

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“I have succeeded in whatever I have undertaken, because I have WILLED it. I have never hesitated, which has given me an advantage over the rest of mankind” – Napoleon A Quality That Separates Achievers From Others One of the distinguishing qualities of people who excel is their willingness to do what few or no […]

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Will You Sink, If Your Boss Leaves?

21 December 2012

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Nick, the Technical Manager, suddenly announced he was going on leave. Oyat had just resumed his new position as Training and Technical Development Manager (TTDM) less than 3 months earlier. But even though he knew the job reasonably well (having acted twice in that capacity), he’d never had to do it without what he considered […]

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