All posts tagged "decision making"

  • Why you need to learn to tap into your intuition

    Why you need to learn to tap into your intuition

    Today our decisions provide us with more opportunities – yet more potholes and cliffs to fall down– than ever before. Having the ability to be clear of spirit, mind, heart and body can help you...

  • 6 key tips for women to become stronger leaders

    6 key tips for women to become stronger leaders

    I have always been inspired seeing women in leadership, determined to transform the world in arenas traditionally governed by men. The growth of social media and online collaboration has also given rise to more women...

  • Why retail data analytics is poised to transform the customer experience

    Why retail data analytics is poised to transform the customer experience

    Today’s retailers know it’s not enough to offer low prices, a large selection, or friendly service. Retailers must do all those things while focusing on how they contribute to the broader ‘customer experience.’ This term...

  • Let's banish imposter syndrome for good

    Let’s banish imposter syndrome for good

    If there’s one phrase I hate, it’s imposter syndrome. We’ve all at one time or another felt like we don’t know what we’re doing. That people will see through us and expose us as a...

  • Are you in the wrong career?

    Are you in the wrong career?

    Are the words“a career is not for ever sound familiar?  In the early years of our life we study, explore and spend time learning as much as we can about a career path that excites...

  • Businessman Woman Shaking Hands

    10 steps to lead a client to closing a deal

    Imagine making the best pitch of your life, only to have the client say no. It would be devastating, right? Yes — and demoralizing, too. But there are strategies and steps to ensure that when...

  • 5 reasons you should trust your decisions

    As an entrepreneur, one the battles I’ve faced is trusting my decisions. In general, I have been able to make sound decisions. Yet, when it comes to operating my business, I have faltered. One may...