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todayTuesday, 30 June 2015

Someone needs appreciation - a thank you!

Lack of appreciation can cause damage, but how much thank you-ing is enough? by Eve Ash
 

The Vison(ing) Thing

Just imagine the transformation in attitude and outcome if instead of writing a vision statement, you did a little “visioning”. by Michel Hogan
 

yesterdayMonday, 29 June 2015

Making persuasive sales presentations

Persuasiveness is the power to induce the taking of a course of action or the embracing of a point of view by means of argument or entreaty. by Sue Barrett
 

Giving to get: How an Aussie charity is using an unusual tactic to persuade

Can surprising someone with a free gift increase your chances that they will do you a favour in return? by Bri Williams
 

Friday, 26 June 2015

Don’t speculate in property hotspots

After all these years in property I’m still surprised at how investors decide which property to buy, but it doesn’t surprise me why so many don’t get past their first or second property. by Michael Yardney
 

Brave selling: Succeeding with conviction, not aggression

We all know there comes a point in life when you need to take things by the scruff of the neck and charge ahead with purpose, irrespective of the outcome. by Trent Leyshan
 

Thursday, 25 June 2015

How automation will hurt some parts of Australia more than others: CEDA future workforce report

A changing workforce means a different marketplace, something all companies need to prepare for. by Paul Wallbank
 

How US military, Australian government and e-commece sites around the world have been hacked to sell cheap NFL jerseys

Keep your site updated because hack attacks are only going to get more prevalent. by Jim Stewart
 

Did I mention cloud prices are likely to come down?

If you have been convinced the cloud is not for you because it still seems expensive compared to using your own servers, it may be time to look again. by David Markus
 

The end is nigh for Windows Server 2003

The end of security updates for Windows Server 2003 offers a good opportunity to plan for the future. by David Hancock
 
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