Posts Tagged: opportunity

Staff churn – opportunity?

It is generally accepted that it is not great to see a good staff member go, as with most things in life, if you look for it you can put a positive spin on it, especially if you believe you are a good company. Apart from being able to provide proof of income and being… Read more »

Showrooming – friend or foe?

‘Showrooming’ is the practice of go into a physical store, testing out a product, then searching for it online to buy. Mainly retailers view showrooming as a threat since people can find the cheapest version, however depending on your offering and product, it can be viewed as an opportunity to close that loop and follow… Read more »

Good attitude, good customers

In business, you can’t take a single customer for granted. There is nearly always someone willing to try to take them from you. If you treat each interaction as if they are the only one that matters, you may be surprised by the paradigm shift in how you interact and their attitudes. When you deal… Read more »

Start specific, later for global domination

Many entrepreneurs and many business people dream of creating the next big thing. This is a completely understandable goal, it’s rewards are many, profitability and notoriety are just two, and I think they are more the measure these people use, their actual reward is the feeling of achievement, that all the work and all the… Read more »

‘Changers’ Vs. ‘Stayers’

Certain people have the urge to push boundaries, make change, build on things. Conversely some people are content with keeping things the way they are, small changes and focus on stability. Both these archetypes are important in business, they just play different roles, and each has their quirks. The ‘Changer’ by their very nature tend… Read more »