As I started this chapter, my phone rang. It was one of my business clients, and this person’s response to my “How are you?” was a perfect copy of one of my own general responses … “I’m flat out like a lizard drinking!” he said.
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Risks – Business Products and Services Over reliance on a single product or product range places the business sales revenues at added risk. Products can go ‘out of fashion’, become obsolete, or can be replaced by competing products and new entries into the market. So too, it is the case with services. No product or […]
Chapter 13: Few Relationships The exciting thing about this chapter is that very few people ever seek excellence in relationship building. Therefore, devoting time to gaining expertise in this area will deliver an array of success tools that the competition in life and business will not be able to match. Just like Dale Carnegie in […]
Chapter 8: Mistaking IQ for EQ There is a hypothesis that EQ – Emotional Intelligence – is a reasonable measure and predictor of success. In this chapter, (probably the worst one in a very good book) Siimon outlines the EQ measurements and uses them as a motivational tool to guide the reader to change and […]