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Late delivering Christmas orders?

If you are struggling to deliver your pre-Christmas orders, this is an approach you might want to consider… This was sent to me by Bree Robbins of Paddington Pups in Brisbane

Top 10 Blog Posts Of 2013

2013 has been quite a year. Below is a list of the top 10 blog posts of the year. Enjoy a quick review and use the tips and techniques to make 2014 your best year ever! Willpower is like a battery – How to stick to your goals like New Year’s Resolutions. Hyperbolic Discounting – […]

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Funny work quotes

“A consultant is someone who takes a subject you understand and makes it sound confusing.” – Unknown “Hard work never killed anybody, but why take a chance?” – Edgar Bergen “Every day I get up and look through the Forbes list of the richest people in America. If I’m not there, I go to work.” […]

Lack of resources?

“Whenever you face a deficit in resources, you need to replenish your inventory of ideas.” — Dr Marc Dussault  

From Motivation To Momentum

I am a huge fan of inspirational quotes and motivation messages, especially those that make you stop, think and re-assess where you are, where you are going or who you are and who you want to become. Without getting into too much existentialist psycho-self-analysis, this simple quote can be a life-changer if you take the […]

Killer Kopywriting – New Vocabulary

I recently blogged about jargon and other overused words to avoid. Today’s post is a tongue-in-cheek look at how new words are created… CARPERPETUATION (kar’ pur pet u a shun) n. The act, when vacuuming, of running over a string or a piece of lint at least a dozen times, reaching over and picking it up, […]

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Marketing Tip: What sells, what doesn’t

When I came across the article shown below, I just though there was a marketing lesson in there somewhere… Can you find it? Read the article and try to find the lesson, once you think you have it, click on the read more button.

Australian Business Ownership On The Rise

According to a recent Bankwest Business Trends Report, there were 42,000 more start-ups, a 3.3% increase in the number of people running their own business in 2010 than there were in 2009. The report states this is the strongest level of start-up growth seen in almost a decade, with 1.3 million Australians now running their own […]

Marketing Tip: Creating value for your clients – Part two

In a previous blog post, I explained how to use a promotional product to add value to your clients, prospects and suspects. I know this is an example of antimimeticisomorphism that takes a while to get a grasp of, which is why I wanted to show you an alternative, called Permacharts, shown below. The charts […]

Business Coaching Case Study: Innovative Capital Request

One of the reasons I like to blog is to find and then share stuff you otherwise would never come across on your own. I got this request by email and thought it was a great idea. Sometimes you have to get our of your box and try something new to get a different result.

Exponential Extravaganza – FINAL ENCORE Performance In Sydney THIS Saturday!

Yes, you read correctly, there will be one final curtain call for The Exponential Extravaganza, on Saturday, 3 July from 10 AM to 5 PM to accommodate non-Sydneysiders to fly in and out on the day. Click the event hyperlink to register, it’s rare you get a second chance like this. If you considered attending […]

Exponential Entrepreneur Of The Year Award Winners Announced!

SYDNEY, 7 June, 2010 – Exponential Programs announces the winners of its inaugural 2010 Exponential Entrepreneur Awards presented to entrepreneurs and business people who have demonstrated excellence deploying exponential strategies in their business by profitably creating exceptional value for their clients in a manner that is both measurable and sustainable. The winners will be presented […]

Business School Leaves Entrepreneurs Empty-handed

Entrepreneurship is a 24-7 job. It requires the willingness to look at different perspectives and the ability to generate new ideas. Modern entrepreneurs need to be flexible enough to keep up with technology and to recognize and adapt to changes in the market. They need intuition and resilience in the face of obstacles. Unfortunately, most […]

Make stuff fun and get exponential results!

Many people ask me what Exponential Marketing is all about and in one word, it’s called Antimimeticisomorphism, having fun, doing out-of-the-ordinary things that create extra-ordinary results with the least amount of effort and lowest cost. That being said, the best way is to SHOW you an classic example of what I mean. This short video […]

Squash Players Make Terrible Referees

I recently competed in the 2009 Australian Masters Squash and World Masters Games Competitions reaching the top 12 and 18 National and International Rankings respectively. I tell you this so you know I am qualified to make the statement that squash players make terrible referees. But here’s the thing that boggles my mind. They don’t […]

When Your RAS Lifts, Your Spirit Soars

In a previous post, I mentioned how you can leverage your Reticular Activation System to create boundless possibilities and unlimited success – practically effortlessly. Go ahead and read that blog post before you continue reading today’s post… This is a brief testimonial that exemplifies that BUSINESS SUCCESS is not all about financial gain – it’s […]

Antimimeticisomorphism Example: Felony Franks

There are many instances when I get into a stream of consciousness ‘trance’ and really fun stuff happens. Sometimes I think people think it’s just fun and games, but it’s not – every single one has the opportunity to become a ‘business model or concept’ – here is one example that proves that when you […]

3 Tips On How To Sell In A Recession

Selling in a recession just requires a little creativity as these 3 marketing tips reveal