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In preparation for today - yup THE ONE DAY BEING EARLIER TODAY, my 90 minutes over breakfast and coffee was a little longer than most days of the week.

Why?

Because when I'm in a peak period such as pre-Christmas, pre-Easter, or any pre-Holidays' scenario I'm intending to do MORE in LESS time than usual...

A BLOG opportunity perhaps?

So, contrary to a lot of what I see going on, instead of heading of

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Hi, John Peterson from Best Practice. Today, I’d like to share a really important insight with you about the need to really hold on to the concept of recruiting better people than the average Joe.

 

(Recruiting Better People than the Average Joe)

 

What do I mean by that? Every small business deserves, and every small business owner, deserves to attract talent and to create an

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ATTRACTING YOUR IDEAL CUSTOMER 

 

First we need to know exactly who our ideal customer is before we can have any realistic shot at attracting them.

 

Attracting your idea client is not as hard as you might think. That doesn't mean you can do nothing and hope they will come to you, you will have to do some work to make this happen.

 

You have to be willing to clarify what you wan

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I would like you to consider an elite athlete in any sport.  The fine line between winning and losing is often only a few millimetres, or a few seconds.  Even more intriguing is how the top team or individual in any sport can suddenly be toppled by another, or lose their edge in an instant.

 

BUSINESS IS JUST LIKE SPORT

Sometimes business is just like sport.  You can feel like

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The Ability to LEARN faster than your competitors may be the only SUSTAINABLE competitive advantage

Arie de Gues Author ‘The Living Company’

In a world where demand on innovation is at an all time high, perhaps the future of our very own business survival will be our ability to learn and apply knowledge and adapt to change more frequently.

Online learning is no longer a nice to have.&n

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One of the things we (as business owners) tend to do is put a lot of weight and responsibility on our own shoulders and we don’t necessarily follow the rules of scalability because we’re so worried about doing the right thing and relying on ourselves.

 “If it is to be, it’s up to me”

 It’s in our basic nature to rely on ourselves, but at some point, wo

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At some point in the lives of most, we decide to give up the stress and hours of preparation to host Christmas Day and elect to go to a Restaurant instead. So this year, a friend of mine in Sydney decided to try this option and as the saying goes, “the rest is history"

THE BACKSTORY

My friends wife was incredibly loyal to the owners, their restaurant concept and their success. As a cou

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