It’s normal to feel pressure to be funny in talks or pitches. Humour helps people to like you and keeps an audience’s attention. But it can also sink your pitch in a sentence and often the risk isn’t worth the reward. No one wants to be Liz Truss waiting for the pork belly laugh that… Continue reading Should you try to be funny when you present?
Clients shout louder than leads. They demand your attention. They’re like your best friend – they want to spend time with you and hang out. Now it’s critical you give them great service and grow your relationship with them. I love mine – especially those reading this… let’s grab lunch! The problem is, leads and… Continue reading How to stay focused on generating new business