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Hotel Digital Marketing : How to Increase Hotel Bookings Online

April 27, 2018 | Fonthip Ward

Hotel Digital Marketing : How to Increase Hotel Bookings Online

When you’re running a hotel, you want prospective customers to book directly from your hotel website as opposed to an online travel agency site. Although enticing prospective customers to book directly from your site may seem like a daunting task, there is a wide range of digital marketing strategies that you can use to increase […]

Making a List and Checking it Twice – Publishing Like a Pro

April 26, 2018 | Dyan Burgess

Dyan Burgess

Following on from the last post, I mentioned two focus areas to assist with preparing your manuscript to be converted to a published book. These were the Word Document and the Design Brief. This raised the critical question ‘Is my manuscript ready to be converted to a book?’ As promised, below is a checklist that […]

Are You Customer-Centric?

April 24, 2018 | Danielle MacInnis

Customer-centric – is it the new buzz word or a real way to differentiate your business? Let’s start by taking a look at this graph it represents the number of companies in the US that believe they are customer centric. Nearly 76% of companies ranked themselves in the top two-fifths (61 and higher). Wow! Companies must be doing […]

Don’t Ever Roll Over!

April 23, 2018 | Caryn Walsh

You know the scenario.  You apply for the job, but don’t get it.  You try your hand at a new hobby, but don’t feel you ‘have what it takes.’  Netball or soccer used to be your thing but now you think you’re too old. The truth is that if you feel you are too old, […]

Five Quick and Dirty Tips to Hook Your Audience

April 20, 2018 | Theresa Miller

  A few weeks ago I coached more than twenty people from a digital company to ramp up their in-house pitches. They were a smart, switched-on group but some of their presentations lacked punch. Because it was compulsory to attend their monthly in-house presentations they didn’t really try to engage their audience. Consequently, their audience […]

5 Signs You Are Self-Sabotaging Your Health

April 19, 2018 | Sue Lester

Whenever you are struggling in any area of your life, take that as a sign it’s time to stop.  As long as you are ploughing on, ignoring the issue as much as possible as you scrape through, day by day, nothing much will change, except perhaps your level of frustration and unhappiness.  What you are […]

Avoid Winter Dryness

April 18, 2018 | Gaye Barlow

winter skin the skin care clinic

Preparation is the key to avoid extra breakouts and dryness. As the days shorten and we head into winter, it’s common that our skin can feel a little tighter and look a little duller. Bother it – just when we had looked so bright and radiant during summer! Here’s why, and what to do about […]

How To Maximise Investments For Your Children

April 17, 2018 | Grant McCarthy

It’s a good idea to think about your children’s financial future and to plan accordingly. Monies invested directly in children’s names in direct savings plans such as term deposits and most managed funds are not taxed concessionally though. First, I’ll explain the rules. Then, I’ll offer some suggestions. Unmarried children under the age of 18 […]

Developing a Positive Mindset

April 16, 2018 | Pix Jonasson

What is a Mindset? To be a successful speaker, it is absolutely critical to develop and maintain a positive attitude. The Oxford Dictionary defines a Mindset as: “a set of attitudes or fixed ideas that somebody has” In keeping up with me being an Acronym Queen, I have created an acronym for MINDSET. Tip #1 […]

Refreshing Your Perspective

April 13, 2018 | Katrena Friel

We all have our own perspective on things.  It is not right or wrong, it is just a perspective. I like to use this concept in conflict resolution.  The two warring parties always come into the room with their perspective.  When they enter the room, they think they are right and the other party has […]