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Tag: Laura McHarrie

The 2015 Highlights

Gosh, I feel like a butterfly emerging from the caterpillar chrysalis of 2015.  Well!  That may be a little hyperbolic but I quite like the imagery.  There was so much […]

Pah to the Pancreas – Storytelling #3

In 1980, (I know some you weren’t born then); Laura McHarrie was diagnosed with diabetes.  She had just turned 18.  Had she been born 100 years earlier she would have been […]

The Attention Economy by Devonport & Beck

The problem of information overload has a serious impact on economics.  In their book, The Attention Economy, Davenport & Beck speculate that attention will replace finance as the focus of […]

The Priority Matrix

A useful method of planning your use of time is with a Priority Matrix. This depends on two criteria: Urgency; a job with a fixed deadline. The close the deadline the more urgent the task Importance; something that has a major impact on your job or which you put a high value on.

The Perfect Storm – Storytelling #2

Christmas 1997, I helicoptered into the best year of Excel Clothing’s 10 year history.  Full of excitement at taking on my new role as Managing Director of this successful ladies […]

Create Your Business Vision

The vision statement defines the longer term aspirations for your business.  The aspirations should inspire the people you work with, whether that is staff or supplier or investors.  It is […]

Is your Business Niche Enough?

The essence of attraction marketing is creating a niche with your ideal client in mind.  This ‘customer driven’ sales strategy means you must have a good idea of your ideal […]

About The Hidden Edge

For more information about the professional me, Laura McHarrie at The Hidden Edge please click-through to my LinkedIn profile.  It illustrates my career history and business credibility.  If you scroll […]

Love Letters – (I Love Feb #3)

I have been thinking about love letters this week; a lot, and wondering if they are a dying art.  I wrote and received love letters when I was a teenager […]

Presenting an independent review of your project

Free project evaluation assessment! Research and evaluation are the processes used to collect business information for the purpose of making business decisions. The purpose of research is to prove the validity […]