Archive | March, 2014

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No. 135: Succeed by Speaking Part-time With a Full Time Job!

31 March 2014

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Some experts in paid employment are doing great things others can learn from. You may be one of them. Do you know you can earn extra income by sharing what you know with others as a part-time speaker? I offer ideas you can use in this issue of my Speaking Ideas newsletter. Some Self-Employed Experts […]

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Achieve Increased Marketing Success Using This System

29 March 2014

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I’ve used it for years, at zero cost, to repeatedly attract prequalified prospects, who periodically buy from me, and/or refer others to do so. It’s difficult to imagine ANY website owner being averse to such benefits. I explain how YOU can have such a system. FACT: If Google Sends People to Websites Unrelated to Their […]

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Teach Your Child How to Recognize Authentic Success

28 March 2014

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A recent discussion started by a friend – Chima Ejiofor – on Facebook reminded me I wanted to write about two kinds of success: Authentic and Non-Authentic (or to put the latter bluntly…Phony!). If you desire positive, long term progress, pursue achievement of "Authentic Success". I offer ideas you (and any child in your life) […]

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To Succeed More at Work, LEAVE the “Herd”! (True Story)

27 March 2014

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In 2001, as Training and Technical Development Manager (TTDM) in Guinness Nigeria, I read an article about “Herd mentality”: people wanting to go where others go…like cattle in a herd. The author argued that humans who want to excel will periodically need to break away from the herd. I agree(d) with that author – based […]

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Conversation with a Nigerian in Diaspora, About Nigeria

26 March 2014

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The excerpts below, are from an online conversation I had with a Nigerian in Diaspora. He works with an oil exploration firm. He gave a powerful example of his job search experience BEFORE and AFTER going abroad, which reveals the fact that Nigeria’s problems are compounded, NOT BY GOVERNMENT, but by average Nigerians who choose […]

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How Many Farm Records Do You Need to Succeed?

25 March 2014

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As a Farm CEO, how do you decide what data to record and analyze, towards achieving cost-effective and proactive planning/decision making for profits? And how many would be too many? This article offers ideas that can help you. This evening I sent an email response to a consultant representing a Farm Business Owner in Kenya, […]

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No. 134: Don’t Be a “Feel-Good” Speaker!

24 March 2014

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“If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time–a tremendous whack.” – Winston Churchill I believe experts-who-get-paid-to-speak (or those aspiring), will find it useful to keep this quote […]

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Extracting Useful Lessons From Travel Experiences (True Stories & Tips)

22 March 2014

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Have you ever interacted with an unschooled, but widely traveled person? Stop for a moment and think about any such person you know. They often come across as knowledgeable, and self-confident don’t they? Now, consider an unschooled person whose soccer skills earned him a high paying pro career, in clubs around the world for years. […]

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To Succeed, Extract Useful Lessons from Your Travel Experiences

21 March 2014

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You arrive in a new country at night, and check into a hotel. Then at 10a.m you meet your business associate, for a meal. You talk business, and then fly out. Get this: You have NOT really “been to” that country! If your schedule makes doing the above necessary, I do not quarrel with that. […]

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Best Practices Boost Farm Employees’ Productivity (3 Tips)

20 March 2014

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To run your farm business, you’ll engage employees, who will also document records e.g. feed used, eggs produced, stock counts etc. But a farm hand – or even the farm manager! – could (deliberately…or accidentally) make a potentially costly documentation error. S/he could, for instance, forget to replenish the stock of vaccines to be used […]

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