Written by Robert Kirby
Most successful businesses have awareness around the five ways to guarantee success, but for businesses that fail the ‘Five Ways’ are their blind spots.
So what are the five ways and why is it so important to make sure that these ‘ways’ are part of your business plan? The five ways are broken into embodiment, passionate energy outflow, unique difference, rapid communication lines, change your mind—change your life.
Written by Lee De Coster
What are the paradigms that exist to change the way business is done globally? How can we interact and transact with businesses in new and interesting ways, saving time and money?
False economy of search time
We've all had the experience of searching for a product, service or business online. We enter our search term in the little box, hit enter, and ‘Hey presto!' in just 0.024 seconds we have 50,000,000 results. So now what?
Written by Damian Kay
For a business to 'thrive' in a constant flux of change they must become obsessed with being responsive to customers and without fail, constantly innovative.
So what is the recipe to a successful business operating in a world of chaos? All thriving industries are inherently chaotic because everything around us is forever changing.
The recipe for success in an organisation can therefore be broken into a number of key areas that need to be addressed to ensure we continue to prosper in the face of the chaos around us. The areas to consider include:
Written by Carly Crutchfield
You have learned how to find a development site, how to analyse that site and also how to do a quick calculation to find out if it's worth researching further.
Now, it is time to learn
Step 3: how to conduct a full financial feasibility to make sure the site is profitable.
Written by the thinkBIG Team
As Australians debate the merits of introducing National Sorry Day into the education curriculum, former plumber Kevin Sheedy can sit back in the knowledge that he was a pioneer in bringing indigenous talent to the fore of Australian culture. And it all had a little to do with ‘Brand Sheedy'.
When it comes to changing landscapes and social perception, Kevin Sheedy is a man who thinks in global terms. He is an ambassador for the indigenous people and brand champion for the incumbent Australian Football League (AFL) team GWS.
In late 2009, Sheedy gave a stirring speech for Image Group International and the Australian Institute of Management about branding and leadership, having just returned from a two-week tour across Australia as AFL ambassador with indigenous Australians.
Written by Kerwin Rae
When you hear the terms wealth creation or investing most people think of property or shares. Few people would think of marketing as a wealth creation or investment tool.
When you consider the word 'investment' it implies there will be a return—after all that's why people invest. We want to put some money in and get our money back and then some.
Written by Aussie Rob
G'day Folks, Aussie Rob here ... It's time to rough up ya stocks a bit and start making some serious profits. No more pussyfooting around by being gentle with the stock that you're holding. It's time to get serious and put your stock to work. Stocks are made for using and abusing, not for tucking away in a neat little portfolio.
By roughing up your stocks a little each month, you could be extracting an extra 3%, 5% or maybe even more outta your stock portfolio each and every month with very little extra work. If you're ready for a little rough play, roll up ya sleeves as I teach ya step-by-step how to do it.
Written by Diana Scott
Diana Scott, Once the exclusive domain of the internet savvy, transacting on-line has now become part of every day life for most of us—regardless of our alphabetical generation.
Forty-something's order groceries on-line and have them delivered to their door.
Frequent flyers have stopped queuing up at check-in terminals. They pay for their flight, select their seat and print out boarding passes—all with just a few clicks on the keyboard.
Written by The Corporate Ninja, Ron Lee
The Corporate Ninja explains how you can achieve more than you want.
"Nothing exists and everything is an illusion based on our perspective and perception."
I said that on the phone one night to a friend who has several science degrees, two of which are in physics. After asking me to repeat it, she said, "Look, I'm a physicist and I know that things exist".
"Do you really? Tell me what you think exists."
Written by Lachlan Elsworth
What does it take to become a successful Day Trader and take advantage of the billions of dollars that are available in the markets every day? Lachlan Elsworth discusses trading psychology with thinkBIG.
thinkBIG: Most people think that trading is complex and difficult to understand. How does a new trader step toward a sound psychology?
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