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26.09.17

Create Wealth and Enjoy Wellbeing

As WealthBeing says, it’s inevitable that things will go wrong with your product or service. But that’s not a problem in growing a business, so long as you deal with it well. Software is less “buggy” than it was. But nowadays everything tries to connect with everything else and this is where a lot of. Read more Read more

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Our Best Ever Event?

Northern Conference 2017

The format was a little different this time. We decided to crack on early with bacon baps at 8.30am and kick off at 9am. Richard Slater our MC kept everyone to time and the event flowed beautifully. We were inspired by Deri Llewelyn-Davies, given top operating tips from Janette Pallas from Warwick University (and holder of the ABM Commitment to Mentoring award) and enthused by the refreshing tale of Canny Milkshakes from Liam and Simon.

Breakout sessions included Crowdfunding Demystified by Barry E James from the Crowdfunding Centre and Resilience, Wellbeing and Success by Liz Wright from RWS. For the first time we had equal interest in the topics!

Dr Andrew Atter from Pivomo one of our Approved Training providers gave us a run down on DMAP the virtual learning platform which kicks of with module 1 on the 24th October and we heard from Janet Marsden of Weighing Scales ltd on her mentoring experiences which have concluded highly beneficial with hard, tangible results with Paul Aisthorpe, Mentor and Coach.

We ALL left feeling inspired and motivated post a spot on conclusion from our Chairman Simon Fordham.

Thank you very much to our sponsors and their teams for making this happen; CB Partners, Orvia and Boost Lancashire – Cant wait until next year.

 

 

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Create Wealth and enjoy Wellbeing – October

John Eales, former Australian rugby union captain was probably the only second row forward who also kicked goals. His range of skills was phenomenal and he was nicknamed Nobody, because “Nobody’s perfect”. In WealthBeing we recognise that almost no-one has all the skills required to run a business successfully – that even the individuals such. Read more

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Where are Mrs Mays’ Mentors?

Whilst digesting the new state of play in UK politics over the weekend with many thought provoking articles, radio and television programmes it struck me that our Prime Minister can not have a Mentor(s). If she does then she needs to replace them! The art of mentoring provides guidance and hindsight on a path previously. Read more

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An Entrepreneur – What?

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What makes a successful entrepreneur?   For starters, most famous entrepreneurs make their own luck.  While talking with Simon Cowell about how he became so successful, Oprah Winfrey, herself a successful and innovative celebrity entrepreneur, said “Luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity”. Knowing that you won’t be the next Bill Gates or James Dyson. Read more

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There are 5 types of salesperson…..

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When we divide-up the sales population it looks something like this. The circle represents all of those who are in the sales profession.The space between the pyramid and the inside of the circle indicates all of those in selling who are there for all of the wrong reasons. Some examples of those ‘wrong reasons’ are:. Read more

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Good questioning — great sales (part 2)

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In part one we concentrated on key areas of sales preparation – with the aim of building a real appreciation of what is happening on the customer’s side of the desk. Now we turn our attention to how we can capitalise on this as the dialogue progresses ahead of the presentation. Solutions and problems Revelation. Read more

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Good questioning — great sales (part 1)

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First, a short and true story….. I accompanied one of our client’s Account Managers (“one of our best guys – great at managing relationships”, according to the Sales Director) on his first visit to a customer he had just inherited from a departing colleague.  Our client has one of the most instantly recognisable brands in. Read more

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The Fried Egg process: Maintaining focus on the issues that will drive your business.

  How often are you faced with a situation where you have too many options or too many decisions to make but can’t see where to go next? I’d imagine that happens quite a lot. It happens to me. The old saying,” Can’t see the wood for the trees”, has never been truer than it. Read more

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The trouble with recruitment in sales….

The art & science of recruitment (as seen through a sales pair of binoculars…) By: Steve Jessop Background. I’ve worked at all levels of the sales discipline – mostly in business services – for well in excess of 30 years. A large proportion of that time has been as a business consultant advising and directly. Read more

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