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Stuart Golligy
Norwich, UK
36 year old Sales Executive with a passion for business and economics
Interests: business, economics, management, leadership, strategy, social networking, blogging, customer service, recruitment, welfare-to-work, sales, marketing, marmite
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Many of us profess to being effective communicators - it's right up there in the 'key skills' section of my CV - and when pressed we'll gladly recite how we're able to communicate effectively with people at differing levels, tailoring our language to suit our target audience and presenting information... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2013 at Stu Fried Rice
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I think we all have a bit of ostrich in us from time to time; when things seem a little hard to handle and we just want to block out the outside world and wallow a while. It might even seem, for a short time at least, that sticking our... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2013 at Stu Fried Rice
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It's fair to say my grasp of Latin doesn't extend much past carpe diem, status quo and curriculum vitae; as much as I have always loved languages I've only really been able to immerse myself in English. Learning anything else has come to me as easily as previously failed efforts... Continue reading
Posted Feb 15, 2013 at Stu Fried Rice
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It's pretty much a given in the UK that we'll work, for the most part, 5 days of our 7 day week, and 8 hours (or thereabouts) of our 24 hour day. Whether those 8 hours are spent fully productive or not matters little to the managers and executives who... Continue reading
Posted Feb 13, 2013 at Stu Fried Rice
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Most managers and executives will be asked to produce a SWOT analysis for their department, product, service or organisation as a whole, but few people ever consider doing this for themselves - that is their career, finances, relationships and physical well-being. I first started using the personal SWOT analysis a... Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2013 at Stu Fried Rice
Hi Linda, An interesting post - I'm reading a lot of these at the moment trying to get my head round blogging! I have a question for you, I'm doing as you say with the social media networks (facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) and generating an okay amount of traffic (or at least okay so far as I'm concerned!) but all of my visitors seem to just be my friends, followers or connections. Do you have any advice as to how to reach people outside of my networks? I've read about 'guest blogging' but confused by that... Thanking you, have a great weekend. Stu.
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2013 on Business Blogging FAQs at Content Mastery Guide
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