I’ve never known anyone who enjoys job interviews. Sure, some people find them easier than others, but no one really relishes the whole suit-and-tie, question-and-answer process.
So when I came across the following essay from Mark Ford, I was intrigued. What exactly is the ‘Ninja Turtle marketing strategy’ — and how can it help you?
When under pressure, people tend to make mistakes. This applies to businesses and governments. After Hurricane Katrina, US government made costly errors.
An activity that is considered time-wasting. Just how often do you engage in monkey business? And is it of your own volition, or are you falling prey to it?
Within hours or days of receiving it, the information junkie is on to other things. The new product goes up on the shelf with the old products.
With a bit of forethought and clever questioning, you can steer the job interview where you want it to go and, hopefully, land the job you’re after.
The way you dress, the way you eat and drink...even the home you live in...can be as good as any billionaire’s. It’s all entirely within your reach.
What does a billionaire want out of his sleep? I’d say the same thing you would: blissful, uninterrupted unconsciousness. And what will give you that?
Meetings are rarely well run. Inefficient meetings are a waste of time. Wasted time is money lost. The less time wasted, the more there is for important tasks.
How could they supercharge their growth without spending a fortune on marketing? Despite You don’t need to be a marketing whiz in order to boost sales.