How to be amazing: it’s the simple things that count

How to be amazing: it’s the simple things that count  - http://bloggertone.com Avatar Posted by nialldevitt under SugarTone
From http://bloggertone.com 3303 days ago
Made Hot by: ajayjoya on September 2, 2010 11:56 pm
Another great HPSugartone entry and this time is comes from Una Coleman. Una says: Let’s not get carried away or be intimidated by the word AMAZING. It’s not that difficult, it’s about attention to detail, to the little things. Vote & comment on this post to win prizes!





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Written by catherineconnors
3299 days ago

Great post Una, I like the note on using bullet points, I'll file that nugget of information away as I'm currently updating my own website.

Also interesting was your comment about phone use, its very true that many people have a fear or stress about using the telephone and some time ago I wrote a blog post about this type of stress which others may find useful, you can read the article in full here -

http://stresssolutions4life.wordpress.com/2010/01/19/public-speakingtelephone-stress/



Written by Pillars
3299 days ago

As usual, well written and relevant, nice one!



Written by caitlinoc
3302 days ago

Great piece Una. Social netwokring is so important. It is a fantastic when coupled with effective business (in person) networking. It enables contacts and allows business networking to take pace at ease and effectively. Great points and onces every business can deploy. Well done Una.



Written by shanepower
3302 days ago

Well written blog, easy to follow practical advice, keep up the amazing work!



Written by MoxieWorks
3302 days ago

Great practical tip about starting a LinkedIn Group for your business. Smart! I love advice that you can actually use - great article Una.



Written by davidryan
3302 days ago

Great Article Una!



Written by Dave Ewing
3302 days ago

Great article. Social Networking/Media was a fad to me when it started, but it can't be ignored any more.



Written by nialldevitt
3303 days ago

Another great Sugartone post from the ladies, thanks Una. Don’t automatically assume your staff are good on the phone. Many are not. YES! & I had a two separate examples this week alone. It often strikes me that a basic training course on manners would go a long way with many companies. Great practical & effective advice, as you say, do the little things well & you'll go a long way.



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