As an after dinner speaker, it is my role to provide the audience with pearls of advice that will make a difference in their lives.
I have made it my mission to research and interview hundreds of the most effective people in business, sport and the arts. Whilst the road to their success has been different, a common element has been that they have gotten things done.
Most people book the services of a breakfast motivation speaker to get their teams productivity levels fired up to perform.
The irony is that the custodians of the best pieces of advice are often already sitting in the audience. The old adage goes "if you want something to get done - then give it to a busy person". These people innately know what it takes to be productive. Put simply they have had years upon years of conditioning themselves to perform at levels above the norm.
One of the best pieces of new business advice I have ever heard is to set it up with a decent agreement. It is human nature to enter a new business venture full of optimism but an ounce of caution does not go astray. This piece of advice needs to passed along. If you know anybody seeking some new business advice please share this meme as I guarantee they will thank you for it in the long run.
Putting your self out there and aiming for something worth achieving has its risks. Not striving to achieve anything in my opinion is even riskier. Here is a thought provoking image to share with your network and peers. The best advice I can share with you is to learn something, create something and share something every day. Why not tick share - off today's list by passing this on.
The secret to being productive in sales is knowing where to spend your time and energy. Here is a thought provoking image to share with your network and peers. In my experience two sales people huddled together over a coffee is rarely productive!