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How Important Are First Impressions In Business?

Why First Impressions Matter and How to Improve Yours

First Impressions In BusinessIt’s hard to remedy a bad impression. Businesses run on communication as much as money, so it’s vital to create a good impression on those you connect with from the outset.

First impressions matter in business and can make or break a company. A positive experience can create a long-lasting business relationship. Hence, it’s important to work on that first impression. This includes how you present yourself, how you venture out in public, how you communicate with customers, and the way you promote your business.

Making a good impression is crucial when meeting customers, pitching to potential clients, or during presentations. And it’s is important to realize that first impressions count just as much online as they do offline. If your website visitors see your website as boring, bland, and substandard, they’ll view your whole business in the same way.

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4 Actions That Improve Your Personal Growth

How Do You Improve Your Personal Growth?

We all have areas where we want to improve – business, health, family, you name it. But, as an entrepreneur, reality sets in along with a busy schedule and that doesn’t leave any space for quiet time, let alone individual development. We also rarely have the willpower we need to see it through. Or maybe we just don’t know where or how to start.


Not being able to define your own long-term goals will end up in a life that has little meaning or direction. You start losing that spark and the motivation to get up each morning wanes.

Here are 4 steps you can take for a well-developed, easy-to-implement, personalized plan to improve your personal growth.

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What Do You Actually Do? How To Define Your Business Purpose

How To Define Your Business Purpose and Vision

Define Your Business Purpose

Without goals, there’s really not much reason for you to be in business.

You might have a skeleton idea of what you want your business to achieve, but how do you really define your business purpose and vision?

Getting the most out of your venture can only be achieved by clearly defining to yourself, your co-workers (if you have any)  and your clients what the aims of your business are.

If you’re struggling to define these, you’re losing out on potential business because you’re traveling a path without really knowing where you’re going.

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