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Category: Coaching

Digital Business Entrepreneur, DigitLab CEO and Founder, Mike Saunders #Proudprofile

Posted on January 12th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Motivation, Social Media. No Comments

When Mike isn’t working he can be found playing guitar badly, banging a drum loudly and singing songs he doesn’t know the words to. Occasionally found at sunrise or sunset on the side of a mountain or beach taking a photograph. A braai and wine enthusiast he spends most of his weekends spending time with […]

Get Shit Done.

Posted on November 13th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Mentoring. 2 comments

I have heard it several times from numerous successful business owners and MD’s that they would unquestionably always hire Grit over skills and experience.   It was Justin Spratt who once told me that in his interview process he tries to establish a high GSD factor. Being a business coach I should know what a […]

Relationships are reality for Influencers

Posted on September 25th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Mentoring, Social Media, Twitter. No Comments

Before web 2.0 and the rise of social media, influence was exclusive to a privileged few who held unrivalled sway over public opinion. Today, individuals on social media get to pick and choose who and what they listen to and those who once had little chance of being heard can now broadcast their messages across […]

The real cost of Influencer Marketing

Posted on September 25th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Public Speaking, Social Media, Twitter. No Comments

Having received more than my fair share of branded disposable pens and matching lanyards over the years, I feel its my duty to inform brands and agencies to stop trying to buy my loyalty with cheap plastic gifts and branded promo-gear. My loyalty should be curated, nurtured and rewarded. Let’s be honest, you are looking […]

What is a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)?

Posted on August 26th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Mentoring. No Comments

    An SOP is a procedure specific to your operation that describes the activities necessary to complete tasks in accordance with industry regulations, provincial laws or even just your own standards for running your business.   Any document that is a “how to” falls into the category of procedures. In a manufacturing environment, the […]

21 Signs You Should Invest In Business Coaching.

Posted on August 22nd, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Mentoring, Motivation. No Comments

How many of these 21 points resonate with you? You cant determine what’s really important on a daily basis and aren’t even focusing on the ones you feel are. You are unsure what to do next and even what sequence to follow. You aren’t seeing the blind spots and feel you need someone to clue […]

Thank you @CaseyNeistat.

Posted on August 10th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Motivation, photography. 1 Comment

Dear @CaseyNeistat… For 3 months I religiously watched your YouTube channel, eager to see your daily Vlog and the beautifully curated time-lapse scenes of New York. I spent my days preaching to my clients that they have to watch your show and see how smart your marketing was. We spoke about you on Whatsapp and […]

What Do Your Agency Staff REALLY Want?

Posted on June 16th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Mentoring. No Comments

When a digital agency head, asked his team what they wanted the most from him and the business, he was surprised to find out it wasn’t money. This survey was sent out anonymously and the donut clearly shows that Training and Development is what millennial’s in the agency space really want. Are you brave enough […]

The Law of Three: You should know this!

Posted on June 16th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Motivation. No Comments

  When you start the process of interviewing for new staff members, you should always refer back to the Law of 3: Interview at least three candidates for a job, comparing and contrasting their qualities and characteristics. Check their suitability against your stated requirements. You would be amazed at how often people forget to do […]

8 Ways to Make Your New Staff Onboarding Process better.

Posted on May 25th, by spillly in Business, Coaching, Mentoring. No Comments

  Hiring is good–it means you’re growing. But when a company doubles or triples in size in a short timeframe, onboarding new hires can quickly derail the schedules of your managers and existing employees. How can you make sure you’re training hires to make the right decisions without slowing down the entire team?   1. […]