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Many times, the challenge of achieving a goal is more about what we think, how we see ourselves or knowing what we really want, rather than the actual capability, ability or expertise on how to do it. Contact me if you like to know more on how to overcome this type of challenge.
It s very common thing that when something becomes a success everyone copy cat it and tries to benefit. The catch is that at this point in time, the “new” idea is no longer new and the main differentiator would be price… Lots of hard work for little earnings. A better approach is to become the leader that creates the trends, the standards by which everyone else is measure and the return is much greater. Then again, many people may believe coming up with new products, innovation, being the leader is too hard, it is for supper smart people, etc. The reality is that inventions, innovative thinking is a lot easier than most people believe. For example, how many time there is a new product in the market, you see it and you say to yourself “why didn’t think of it before?” The main thing here is to believe in yourself, believe you can do it!
Today, my video is about how to make a more effective marketing strategy / campaign and engage your ideal customers/clients better. It is about knowing and understanding your customer, your client better than they understand themselves. Have a wonderful day. Added bonus: Click here for a template to define your ideal client (PDF file).
Facts: Nothing is perfect and can always be improve Change is always happening, no matter how much we try to avoid it We can learn at least one new thing every day So, go out, select something that can be improved, make some changes to it to make it better and in the process, learn something new every day. PS: Have fun while you are at it.
We often talk about our professional skills and how to improve them. Some of the factor we tend to ignore are the bases on which those skills are built on. One effective and reliable method to ensure we have solid bases to build our professional skills is to also develop and master a basic set of skills in our own life: Self-Management: Effectively manages self Clearly lives their own values, beliefs and attitudes Demonstrates commitment to ongoing professional development Relationship Management: Meets Code of Ethics and professional standards Honest and sincere rapport Trusting and caring association Communication Skills: Attunes with their peers and friends Maintains effective communication Genuinely champions their clients, peers and friends Career Skills: Demonstrates effective listening Demonstrates impactful and effective curiosity for new ideas Moves the clients, peers and friends to action and results Facilitating Progress: Inspires learning and growth Develops goals and action plans Manages accountability and advancement