Five Customer Service Lessons from a Fish Entrepreneur

If I were to reorganize the order of this list, it would go something like this:

1.    Do what you love.
2.    Know your competitive advantage.
3. Develop partnerships with trusted, reliable suppliers
4.    Know your customers by name.
5.    Provide personalized service.

The first two are the most difficult to settle, and perhaps, why a lot of people don’t go into business for themselves. If you don’t first know what you love, or what sort of competitive advantage you could bring to the marketplace; you can’t possibly Continue reading Five Customer Service Lessons from a Fish Entrepreneur

Why a strength based Coaching approach is dynamic.

I recently read a blog post that is quite popular on WordPress written by Kate from the statesHow I Afford to Travel… And You May Not Like What I’m Going To Say. It was pretty interesting and fun to read. She tells how she uses her personality strengths and a lot of wit to afford to work and travel abroad simultaneously.

The solution Kate devised for herself was unorthodox. You’ll have to read her post to decide if you agree. At very least, it was Continue reading Why a strength based Coaching approach is dynamic.