Avoid criticisers

Avoid criticisers

Avoid criticisers

It’s always easier to go second. It’s much easier to criticise what someone else has written or built than to create it. It’s much easier to blame and suck energy than to create and add energy. You can’t always change people to make them more creative or positive, but you can choose people. You can choose to spend time with..

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Ryan Davey

Ryan Davey

Last week Ryan Davey clocked up 10 years working for us. Not a bad effort for someone that started as a casual working on a short term project. Ryan keeps moving houses and cities, but fortunately for us, not jobs. He is currently based in Hobart and previously lived in Melbourne before escaping their lockdowns.  In fact, now that I..

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How lucky are we to live in Tasmania!

How lucky are we to live in Tasmania!

I was fortunate to recently spend a night at Saffire Freycinet - a birthday present from Deb who really wanted to stay at Saffire. With the room rate starting at more than $2,000 and our borders with Victoria and NSW closed, I was expecting it to be very quiet but was surprised to find that it was full. Many other..

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What would happen if you increased your prices by 10%?

What would happen if you increased your prices by 10%?

What would happen if you increased your prices by 10%? Could you afford to invest more time to provide an even better service? Would some customers perceive your product or service as being better quality? Would you reinvest some of your increased profits in training your staff? Could you afford more senior or experienced staff? Could you invest in other..

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V=B/P

V=B/P

Where V is value, B is benefits and P is price. Customers pay for value and this formula demonstrates that value can be increased either by increasing benefits or reducing the price. Reducing the price is the easy answer. Increasing benefits is the profitable answer. This isn’t rocket science but is very important. It’s important because the price is the..

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Mail : PO Box 511 Devonport TAS 7310 Australia