Entrepreneur, Author, Networker, Speaker

Sarah is an expert in Business Networking, a speaker and an entrepreneur with multi industry interest.

Being The Best

A few days ago I watched an interview of a young entrepreneur from South Africa. Young but very accomplished. At his age, 32, he’s been able to achieve loads of success. He is not only a renowned public speaker and a brilliant financial consultant, but he is also a venture …

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First Impressions?

First impression, last impression. Every brand and image consultant will tell you that. “You will never have a second chance to make a first impression,” they will belabor the point. I totally agree. First impressions matter a great deal. People carry with themselves what you made them see or feel …

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GNI Resumes Networking Training

After months of planning and preparation, the long awaited Business Networking Training finally took place on Saturday 30th, September. We were elated! It’s safe to say that it was successful based on the feedback we gathered from our trainees and our own internal evaluation. The 4th floor of Westlands’ based …

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Dubai, we’re coming for you

We started Global Networks Investment (GNI) with a grand vision. Besides training and consulting on business networking, we wanted to create a platform to connect local businesses that share common interests with their counterparts abroad. Back then it was just an idea, but today it is a reality. The concept …

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Achieve More Everyday 2

This is a continuation of my last post ‘Achieve More Everyday.’ Tip 2: Keep your mind clear This is perhaps the most amazing tip that will prove helpful if religiously practiced. You are only able to achieve focus when your brain is cleared off clutter. One of the best way of …

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8 Important Customer Service Skills

In business, we take care of what is important. We value that which sustains our existence and keeps our doors open. Every entrepreneur creates and innovates for the sake of the customer or end user, depending on the context. (S)he appreciates that the customer tops the list of ‘most important …

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Achieve More Everyday

We all dislike, if not hate disorganization. Disorganization slows us down, hampers performance, and steals our precious energies that could be invested in something productive. Essentially, disorganization in all its shapes and forms is counter productive whose effects could be immediate or manifest in the long run. But costly, either …

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Workplace Wellness (Part One)

  On average, we spend at least eight hours of our day at our jobs. Whereas other jobs such as construction have regulations which support a healthy working environment due to their physically involving nature, it must be noted that an ample office setup equally demands safety precautions. A good …

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Tips for Entrepreneurial Success

It’s said that entrepreneurs are certified crazy people simply because they refuse to think and act ordinary. Some have also said that entrepreneurship is a lonely journey. I want to agree with both statements. Entrepreneurs are dreamers, initiators and innovators. They are out of the box thinkers; men and women …

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Take Responsibility

Taking responsibility is increasingly becoming a rare trait in the larger society today. No one wants to be on the spotlight; no one wants to shoulder the blame. The culture of shifting blame is so much ingrained in our system that even the people directly charged with obvious responsibilities choose …

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