Well, the wait is over! Here’s the fourth and final instalment of my A to Z of networking where we’ll look at the letters S through to Z. Grab a cuppa, pop your phone on silent and enjoy the read. S is for Sixty Seconds It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been networking: you may
As we reach the midway point of our A to Z (unless your alphabet of choice is Khmer – Google it!) we take a leisurely look at M to R. If you’re sitting comfortably, let’s begin …….. M is for Making Notes At every meeting, attendees will be given the opportunity to deliver their killer
In Part 1 we looked at the importance of business cards and how to be a farmer when it comes to networking for your business. Part 2 covers G to L. Ready? Let’s go ….. G is for Go The Extra Mile Once you’ve settled into a networking group, does your business lend itself to
Since starting Tao Business Solutions in 2012, I’ve done an awful lot of networking – and yes, some of it has been truly awful! Over my next four blog posts, I will be sharing my A to Z of Networking with you – the good, the bad and the downright ugly! Are you sitting comfortably, with a mug
Just like most things in life, social media platforms come with minimum age limits.
I’ve undertaken a fair few social media audits of late, and without exception, one of the things that leaps out time after time, across all platforms, is that businesses only tend to post about themselves.
For many years now I’ve held a pet peeve, primarily with Facebook although it does pop up on other social networks from time to time. So, imagine my sheer joy at discovering that I’m not alone. I’m actually in the majority, maybe the masses. There’s even a recognised word for the thing that makes my
Without exception, every time I embark on some social media training, either with a 121 client or a delegate on one of my workshops, the phrase “my mate says” always crops up, together with one or two common social media beliefs that quite frankly make me shudder. Whilst it’s true to say that most of
Now, I’m guessing you wouldn’t expect to win the first marathon you ever entered, would you? However, if you train hard, apply yourself, invest the time and really work at it, subsequent marathons will eventually get easier, your finishing times will improve and the personal rewards will follow. Well, the reality is that the same