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Emma Sue Prince – Opening Lines

Watch our new Opening Lines video now. This week we have Emma Sue Prince who joined us to talk about her book '7 Skills...

Can you sum up your business idea in three sentences?

The answer to this question is definitely ‘yes’. And more, you should sum up your business this way. If you can’t, you probably haven’t...

Is your business Built to Grow?

https://vimeo.com/338856259/e471b23dca In recognition that entrepreneurial and business growth is closely tied to impatience, adopting a success modelling approach can certainly ‘fast track’ your success. Here...

Is too much Noise keeping you from success?

https://vimeo.com/338854915/979c961de0 Sometimes we seem magically able to give our full attention to the activity that we are doing. Creatives call this being in the ‘zone.’...

Answer Why? What? How? and What if? – Opening Lines

https://vimeo.com/338855592/ce5881e343 How to engage everyone in your audience The four questions are based on ‘The 4Mat System’ by Bernice McCarthy. The system is useful for structuring...

What is Impact, what impact are you having as a leader? | Opening Lines

https://vimeo.com/339313639/7e611fa2ba You always have an impact on people and the world around you, whether you pay attention to it or not. Ultimately, everyone is responsible...


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