Negotiation touches every part of our lives. Relationships in business and in our personal lives are negotiated. And the skills to do it effectively can often mean the difference between getting what you want or losing out. You don’t get what you deserve, you get
Light animates and brings any interior to life; every corner, every shape is defined by its own shadow, by its reflection flooded in light.
Different lighting schemes create different moods and service different aspects of the home or office. When you’re planning renovations, revamping an existing
What makes your real estate agency unique and distinguishes you from your competitors?
What’s the magic that drives more clients to knock on your door?
Business is not about luck, it is about focus and creating your own opportunities by offering something special that your competitors can’t
For many years, direct selling has had a bad reputation. Perceptions haven’t shifted much from an image of a man in a hat on a doorstep with a pile of encyclopaedias or the intrusive knock as you sit down for dinner.
In fact, done right, it’s
The recent heavy rains have been a blessing in terms of breaking the year-long drought, giving consumers, farmers, and even our animals and livestock a welcome break. However, 2017’s La Niña-strengthened rainy season has also had some unwanted side-effects.
Flash floods, hail damage and near-gale force
Business tip of the day
Prioritise your work in terms of improving your cash flow today. Do what is needed to get cash in the bank today!
As a prospective first-time home buyer you have seen many articles telling you that at the rate things are going now, you’ll be practically ready to retire by the time you are able to buy your first, entry-level home. Bond approval of first-time applicants has
While the percentage of first-time buyers among home loan applicants rose to 47% in the 12 months to end-January 2017 – its highest level in two years – only 39% of first-time buyers received bonds.
This is according to BetterLife Home Loans’ CEO, Shaun Rademeyer, who said
Yesterday’s judgement in a case where Ekurhuleni municipality failed for approximately 5.5 years to take actual readings of a water meter, billing on estimated readings, is a victory for consumers battling against bullying municipalities.
The plaintiff, Argent, argued that it was not liable for charges for
I am sure many of you are unaware that we are still experiencing a drought in South Africa, we have received some substantial rainfall over the last two months but this does not mean that the water restrictions cease to exist. Just driving around our