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Category Archives: Business

Influence, Collaborate and Lead a Community: A TEDx talk

Your story is worth telling; build a community, lead and collaborate. These are some of the turning points that led to a talk I gave at TEDx Vanderbijl Park.

Get Your Business Featured SABC 1’s on Making Moves

Last week I was contacted by the Making Moves team about entrepreneurs who would be interested in getting featured. Since I’ve got nothing but love for you, I thought you might be interested. Or least know someone who would benefit from the TV appearance. About Making Moves   Making Moves, is an award winning SABC […]

YOU are Your First Client

In the never ending chase for new business, proposals that fall by the wayside and delivering our best work – I tend to neglect the business. This is not in the ‘I spend more time in bed’ neglect, ain’t nobody got time fo dat. It’s in doing less of the things that we are likely to deliver for clients.

Tools to Spread Word of Mouth

This was originally posted on the WordStart blog. In October, the Enterprise Technology Show Africa organisers invited us to share some ways to spread the word. There are many tools on offer in the market and here, as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, we share three of our favorite ones. When working on building buzz […]

How ‘NOT TO’ maintain customer relationships: Featuring MTN

A little before midnight I went onto Facebook, in case the world had radically changed again, and I wasn’t there to witness it. Richard Mulholland had just shared a post which was one of those ‘MTN dun’did it now‘ and – if anything – this is a lesson about how ‘Not To’ engage with your […]

Exposure: paying bills since…….

No one ever thinks ‘that Maserati Gran Turismo Mc Stradale, I drooled over, I wonder how much exposure they’ll accept for it’.

Letting go of passion projects that turn into monsters

Letting go of the monstrous expectations we have of ourselves and the “projects” we dream up is akin to losing a great friendship that no longer serves its purpose. In the long term, you later realize that it was the best decision you ever made.

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