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Hey @lesliesamuel - Congrats bro... AMAZING NEWS


2 years, 10 months ago on 076 How To Be Successful According To Will Smith


I guess ordinary is not reinventing the wheel, but making the right decisions at the right time,


3 years ago on Redefining Ordinary or Why It's Okay to Dream Small


By doing the same thing over and over again, your customers also get used to this, and when you do have something really important to shout about, to your customers it just looks the norm.

3 years, 1 month ago on Change Your Routine Or Be Routinely Ignored


Its more to do with confidence. I believe if your product and service's is good, you can be as transparent as you like because you have nothing to worry about.

3 years, 2 months ago on The Power of Transparent Marketing to Rock Your Business in 2012 and Beyond


Leslie, Google + is definite building up some momentum, especially the way everything is all interlinked with each other, its becoming a form of an online passport... What do you think @lesliesamuel. ?

3 years, 2 months ago on 060 Get on Google+ or DIE!


If you do, make them short and to the point :)

3 years, 2 months ago on Can I Get Your Advice on a New Project Please


Yes Captain Seat belts on :)

Danny also would like to add, trusting your customers, it may seem odd, but there's a level of trust between you and your customers, and vice versa, that's the reason why the customer is hiring you, or is coming to your store. They have faith and trust in what you provide and offer.

3 years, 5 months ago on The Art of Flying Blind


I can understand, especially for an SME business, with so much happening and to do, it can be quite a challenge to keep up with Socail Media activities, if a business owner is overwhelmed and struggling to keep up to date with their social media activities, may be they can delegate to one of their employees or educate one of the employees to do this, or outsource to a reputable firm.

3 years, 6 months ago on Social Media Success is About the Wizard, Not the Wand