Posts tagged professional development
How’s your Inner Entrepreneur this Season?

So you own your own business? How’s your Inner Entrepreneur?  What if I said you have three different business personality types? And that being an Entrepreneur is only one of them?  Find out about the other two here and what steps you can take to make sure your Entrepreneur is feeling the love!

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Put yourself in your diary so you can serve your customers better

Is your diary so full that there’s no room for yourself in it?  If you keep going without a break, eventually it is you that will break.  One way to ensure you look after yourself is to prioritize yourself by putting time in the diary for self-care.

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3 Question to ask your visitors this season

Today, I’m thinking about three questions that you can ask your visitors now, that would help drive your business this season.  These questions really have the potential to increase your footfall, even when the season has already started. They could really help you move from having a good season to having a great season.

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How to take great Social Media images this season

Tourism is lucky in that it has a wonderful amount of opportunities all the time for great social media shots. So have your smartphone at the ready for the season, and capture those really important moments, the things that tell people a little bit about your story, that allow them get to know you and your team, that show your visitors having a fantastic time. Basically, anything that would make people want to spend time with you.

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Irish – a tourism differentiator for Ireland?

Knowing that visitors travel for difference and knowing that language is the most tangible difference when we get to a new destination, Tina wonders if the Irish language could become a national differentiator for the tourism industry.

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Can you see your target?

Inspired by a scenario described Robin Sharma’s story of ‘The Monk who sold his Ferrari’, Tina talks about the importance of being able to clearly visualise our desired outcomes.

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