Action conquers fear!


” Action is a great restorer and builder of confidence. Inaction is not only the result but the cause, of fear. Perhaps the action you take will be successful; perhaps different action or adjustments will have to follow. But any action is better than no action at all. So don’t wait for trouble to intimidate or paralyse you. Make a move”

– Norman Vincent Peale

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Get your business noticed!


There are thousands of pubs in London. No prizes for guessing where most visitors to Kensington Church St go for a pint! The Churchill Arms.

Does your business stand out from the competition?

As P. T. Barnum (1810-1891), the American showman, businessman and entertainer said, “Without promotion something terrible happens……nothing!”

What could you do in your business to catch your potential customers  eye?

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Share your sweets!


Did you ever leave a bowl of sweets out on the corner of your desk at work?

What happened?

Did people drop by to take one?

And, leave satisfied with smiles on their faces?

And, was it the start of a beautiful relationship?

How about today…running your business, do you have a “bowl of sweets” available, say, on your website, for your prospects to drop by, engage, and leave satisfied, with a  beautiful ongoing relationship a distinct possibility?

Maybe a free guide, a free report, a free market analysis?

Come on, share those sweets! You never know where it might lead!

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Let ’em have it!

businessman jumping

“Great product, I just wish the presenter agreed!”

“He bored me to death!”

“You’d have thought someone had passed away!”

There’s not a day goes by without members of audiences expressing these views or similar.

Just make sure they are not saying it about you!

If you want your audience to show enthusiasm for your product, your ideas or your proposition, make sure you show some enthusiasm yourself!

It seems obvious, but we still see morose, monotone, morbid presenters taking to the stage every single day.

Don’t let it be you! Remember what the great Frank Bettger said…

To become enthusiastic, act enthusiastically”

Make sure you power your audience up, with your electricity!