At the New Years Day teaching at the Buddhist retreat we looked at how so much of the misery in the world has come about from too much attention on I, and I pondered how that applies to ethical businesses
This year I am taking an interest in the Christmas number 1 for the first time in a good few years because WWF have joined the race and I hope they win because that would mean money going to save the big cats, not feed the fat cats
Social media has created a communication revolution and it’s not going away. This has an obvious impact on business too and many businesses are still trying to get to grips with it all, so here are my 5 Top Tips on social media for business use.
This week I went to see Michael Finnigan CEO of i2i , and I had an ‘ah ha ‘ moment when Michael enabled me, for the first time ever, to get my head around the true purpose of a mission statement – engaged staff equals a better customer experience.
**Beware, you may need tissues! There’s a lot of debate lately as to whether or not you should show what you stand for and what you believe in, as it may alienate your prospects. That is true and that exact thing happened to me. A man invited me to connect on LinkedIn, so as usual […]
Have you played out with Blab yet? It’s actually good fun – and you can broadcast to the world wearing your slippers! Live vlogging is becoming increasingly popular. Blab is chat show style with up to 4 people at a time and people can ask you questions, which means good engagement. This month I took part […]
The Lancashire Police Commissioner has funded 20 Jane Binnion to run sessions to support Lancaster District parents and carers on ‘social media and your child’
Whether you run a business or a charity, the skills of selling are vital to secure your future, and yet this is the side of business that people struggle with most. But selling does not have to be, and should not be, the dirty side of business. In her new book, The Heart of Sales, Jane Binnion takes us through the skills needed to sell successfully without selling out!
Last month I published my new book The Heart of Sales, which I happily admit was a blood sweat and tears job, made possible only by the generous support of friends who gave their time to help with editing , structure and proof reading – because I’m Dyspraxic. I’m not new to writing but this was a big task and […]
It’s never nice to have your work stolen, and the internet makes that all too easy. Equally the internet makes it easier for plagiarism to be found out. There is naming and shaming going on and it ain’t pretty!