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Entries by Seahorse
Recently a one of my favourite people was talking about me (which is always a bit interesting), specifically she mention the biggest thing I taught her about negotiating, she said – until I worked with Sam, I always thought to be a good negotiator you had a be a bit of an a**hole, that you had […]
Failing can be a painful experience, one I’m sure nobody enjoys. However, I think we can all agree that some excellent lessons come from our failures – great and small – and sometimes from the failures of others. In my career I’ve had the luxury of experiencing many highs, and I am extremely thankful for […]
Here is a article recently published via Linked In about why you should be negotiating more regularly, and stop avoiding it: Negotiate or get left behind Nobody wants to get left behind!
Today, of all days, is the day to be empowered by the men and women around you that know the power of being valued for what you do. The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day is Be Bold For Change, so keep it simple – use it as a reason to start a conversation […]
With headlines in the press leading into the festival like, “Can Tropfest make its big comeback”, and “Film Festival faces crucial test” the pressure was on. Add to this, predictions of the highest temperatures in history leading into and during the Festival, there was a great deal of anxiety building. But, we did it!! So, today […]
Here is a blog recently published via Linked In about how to increase you win rate: First step to clear your pitch haze… Something to consider this week…
Here is a blog recently published via LinkedIn about how to increase you win rate: Game-changer pitches can cause Pitch Haze…
Here is a blog recently published via Linked In about how to increase you win rate: Improve your win rate, invest in chit-chat. Something to consider this week…
The good ole days of long, boozy lunches are well and truly over, sadly. But the reality is a quick sandwich or even a walking meeting can deliver great results. Call a client on Monday and invite them for a quick catch up later in the week – that way it’s impromptu and they are […]