The Biggest Event in my Career So far: The Survivor’s Fashion Show

I’ve done plenty of big events but this, Survivor’s Fashion Show, is one that I hold close to my heart! Not only because my father passed away with Lung Cancer and I felt the need to do something annually to honor him and help build a community of survivors or anyone affected by cancer butContinue reading “The Biggest Event in my Career So far: The Survivor’s Fashion Show”

Excuse me, have you met your customer?

This is a little test to see how well you pay attention to your customers. Moreover, I want to show you how you can use the information you have (about your customers) to your advantage. CRM or Customer Relationship Management is the best Customer Service practice you can implement. Get to know them and treatContinue reading “Excuse me, have you met your customer?”

The Phases You Have To Face (when working with effective Consultants)

Changes go through phases. If you’re in a position where you need to implement some changes to take your business to a new level, you have to accept the fact that it will not happen overnight. Let’s say a boutique shop haven’t been able to meet their sales quota, naturally, they would want to takeContinue reading “The Phases You Have To Face (when working with effective Consultants)”

The Secrets of Multiple Business Owners

After having interviewed a few entrepreneurs who own and manage more than one business, I noticed a few similarities between all their personalities. One very pertinent character I found similar among all of them is the sincere passion for loving what they do. It seems like they first realized they loved it then they decided toContinue reading “The Secrets of Multiple Business Owners”

A Checklist for a Successful Event

We sometimes focus too keenly on the goal that we tend to miss the details of the actual journey, which can sometimes directly be correlated to the quality of the finished product. In all of what I do, the most common compliment I often hear is how resourceful I am. Some call it “hustling” butContinue reading “A Checklist for a Successful Event”

Manager Switcheroo…. When is it time to shake things up?

Managers are fickle. One day they’ll be extremely motivated and other days, discouraged. One of the most important lessons that all business owners of multiple locations need to consider is: How often are you shaking things up at work? Like it or not, your managers have a shelf life! Some stay motivated for a littleContinue reading “Manager Switcheroo…. When is it time to shake things up?”