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Category Archives: Business Development

How to Overcome Resistance: Do The Work

Do The Work – by Steven Pressfield – is short enough to finish in 2 sittings, so relevant that it gets you off your butt immediately. It is practical in a way that it changes the view of how you hold yourself back from starting. And finishing.

WordStart is looking for a young sales rockstar

WordStart is in search of a rockstar to join us, someone who can close deals and get large companies signing new campaigns. If Glengarry Glen Ross’s “coffee is for closers!” grabs you half as much as it does us, then you may be the person we are looking for.

Top 5 Online Community Building Ideas For Your Small Business

Last week I wrote about 3 brands that get marketing in the age of rapid change, which got me thinking of what small businesses can do to build a tribe. Here are the Top 5 ideas that came to mind. Create real relationships not just numbers Having 10 000 likes on your small Facebook Page and […]

Avoid Crowds Altogether: Notes From Ignore Everybody

When we think of starting something, we are advised to “stand out” or “be different” but Hugh MacLeod suggests you should avoid crowds, instead of standing out from them.

Inspiration is overrated: Be consistent

As an artist, entrepreneur, writer and creator; you summon inspiration more often through consistency.

Screw Business As Usual and Win: Backstage pass to the book launch

Highlights of Richard Branson’s Screw Business As Usual Book Launch. And how you can stand a chance to hang out with him at his private game reserve in South Africa, in 2012.

The influence of Tech on Advertising: Advertising Standards Authority Podcast

What are technolgists working on that will affect advertising and marketing as we know them? The Advertising Standards Authority Of South Africa asks for views and opinions.

Global Entrepreneurship Week at Tech City UK

Imagine a hub for innovative companies, tech startups and international investors; all in the same part of town. In the UK it’s not just a dream, it’s a reality.

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