Emotional-Health Goals Must Be Your Priority
Jan08

Emotional-Health Goals Must Be Your Priority

Dr Mary Casey is the founder and CEO of the Casey Centre, a leading integrated health and education service A healthier diet and regular exercise are arguably the most common personal aspirations, but improving your emotional and mental health shouldn’t be ignored, because exercise, diet and other tangible goals are then easier to meet. The reason we make resolutions in the first place is to be happier, more creative, more aware of...

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Should I Have A Blog On My Website?
Jan08

Should I Have A Blog On My Website?

Suzanne Carter is the business development manager for Limelight Online Ltd, a website design and development company, visit www.limelightonline.co.nz This is a common conundrum so the aim of this column is to put forward the case as to why having a blog on your website is important to your business. A blog provides you and your business with an opportunity to share your expertise and knowledge of your industry and your...

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Philips Fidelio DS9000
Jan08

Philips Fidelio DS9000

Ian Knott has been commentating on various forms of technology for the last 16 years. He’s had columns on gadgets, gaming, computing and digital entertainment in many newspapers, magazines and websites in New Zealand and overseas. The iPod speaker dock market is a saturated one to say the least. A glance in any garden-variety electronics store will see a bevy of low-end speakers designed for teenager’s bedrooms and glorified alarm...

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A Fate Worse Than Death
Jan08

A Fate Worse Than Death

Karen Degen is the owner of Set Free with EFT, a company that focuses on changing mindsets to create business success A study of peoples’ worst fears placed death at number seven. It seems we find at least six things to be far worse than death, with the most feared of all being speaking to a group. Countless surveys and studies over the years have placed the fears in different order, but the number one fear never changes – fear of...

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Getting Back In Black
Jan08

Getting Back In Black

By Jonathon Taylor, editor for Magazines Today John Key’s fourth budget has, as budgets tend to do, drawn more than its fair share of criticism. Political opponents rarely get better ammunition, served up on cue, than a government’s spreadsheet. It’s the perfect opportunity to sink the boot in, decrying the lack of economic, social and moral nous the incumbent government’s numbers obviously represent. But when it comes to this year’s...

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Become A Customer Focused Company
Jan08

Become A Customer Focused Company

Kevin Vincent is a director of business improvement consultants Vincent and Nugent Limited – www.vincentnugent.co.nz In order for organisations to excel, they must do more than simply satisfy their customers. They must differentiate themselves and their employees in significant ways that add value to the “customer experience”.  They must provide service that is unique, faster, more reliable, more responsive, and more caring than...

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