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If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything. | Source: Shutterstock

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Purpose: What does your business stand for?

If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything. MALCOLM SCRYMGEOUR asks an important question – what is your purpose? Read more »
The busiest period of the year is upon us, and as overwhelming as it can be, it is also the most profitable time of the year – and you must be prepared. | Source: Freepik

Business
December is nearly here – are you ready?

Are you ready to make the most of the busiest stretch? DAVID BROWN encourages you to be well-prepared for the holiday trading period. Read more »
Failure causes us to recognise that we need to change and do something differently. | Source: Freepik

Business
In business, what does it really mean to ‘fail'?

When something goes wrong, our first move is usually to assign blame. DAVID BROCK urges you to reconsider how you view failure as it relates to your jewellery store. Read more »
Going the extra mile for customers by breaking rules when appropriate can foster a sense of trust and loyalty. Customers are more likely to stay loyal to a brand that demonstrates a willingness to prioritize their needs. | Source: Freepik

Management
Don’t be afraid to break the rules

Do your employees understand the line in the sand? SHEP HYKEN encourages you to ‘break the rules’ to demonstrate your commitment to your employees. Read more »
Networking is a great way to identify business best practices or industry benchmarks. Learning from what others do is a valuable strategy for all businesses. | Source: iStock

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Networking for small business owners is crucial to relationship building

Successful businesses are constructed off the back of fruitful relationships. DAVID BROWN discusses the importance of networking for small business owners. Read more »
Each member of staff is united around a common purpose, with a clear and easy to understand business strategy

Management
Cultivating a positive and productive sales team

Many businesses still abide by sales principles of yesteryear, with aggressive employee chasing sales under immense internal stress. SUE BARRETT explores the benefits of a more empathetic sales culture. Read more »
Are you focusing your business life in an area that will provide you with what you want – both in terms of satisfaction and financial rewards?

Management
Planning a business reset

Resetting seems to have become the buzzword of choice in the past two years. DAVID BROWN explains how to perform a successful internal review of a business. Read more »
From the aspect of catching the eye, typography, logos or imagery that are sized larger naturally become a focal point.

Management
How to create attention-grabbing content using visual hierarchy

What separates the best from the rest when it comes to marketing? SIMON DELL explains the five key principles of visual hierarchy. Read more »
What will you be doing to attract customers to your store this year?  How will you differentiate yourself from the competition?

Management
Why not make this Christmas the best ever?

Good fortunes await many businesses in the holiday period.
DAVID BROWN highlights the importance of preparation prior to December trading. Read more »
Remember that people think based on emotions and feelings just as often as they do cold, hard logic.

Management
Five human behaviour myths busted

If behavioural science is so good, why aren’t more people using it? BRI WILLIAMS examines a few common myths about consumer decision-making. Read more »
To learn, grow and progress we need people who see things we don’t see.

Management
The art of counterintuitive thinking

By forcing ourselves to think outside the box and by forgetting preconceived notions we can find solutions to problems otherwise hidden from sight. DALE FURTWENGLER explains that abandoning intuition is sometimes the wisest move. Read more »
Since we can’t always avoid negative emotions, we should instead learn to embrace them.

Management
Channeling frustration into positive results

Running a business can be frustrating and negativity creeps up on the best of us at times. PAUL KEIJZER shares tactics to keep negativity from becoming overwhelming, and even turning it into positive results. Read more »
A factor associated with success is an understanding of customer needs.

Management
Entrepreneurship 101 for leaders and those who want to be

Business data and intelligence are vital in any organisation. MICHAEL HINSHAW explains the mechanics in leveraging customer-centric actions to better manage your business. Read more »
If you see tough times on the horizon, plan ahead.

Management
Sales management during tough economic times

Management can be a frustrating endeavor during harsh economic times and knowing how to weather the storm is crucial to success. BRIAN JEFFREY shares his thoughts on managing staff during a crisis. Read more »
Taking a vacation from any information to get relief from overload.

Management
Seven tips for managing information overload

Information overload was a problem a decade ago. Today’s it’s far worse; information never ends. KARYN GREENSTREET shares ideas on how to manage the ongoing issue. Read more »

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