How many times have you asked yourself how other people can do so many activities when they have the same amount of time that you have? I have already asked myself this question many times, and I am very interested in the subject. I don’t see myself as having the best time management skills in the world, but I can say that I have improved them greatly over the last 10 years. Our day has 24 hours. Everybody has that same 24 hours. We need to organize our time efficiently in order to work, do some physical exercise, go to Church, relax, sleep, socialize with friends, look after our family, and take holidays. Once again, everyday we only have 24 hours. We cannot forget also that our body needs rest, and needs to be fed.
On the 23rd of June 2016 the UK made the decision to leave the EU. As predicted by many economists the UK is now going through a period of uncertainty. The GBP currency has plunged almost 40% reaching its lowest value since 1985.
The UK stock market has also been hugely affected and UK companies which have relationship with European countries or serve clients in the European area have been badly affected. Apart from the economic consequences the UK is also suffering from an internal political crises. The UK needs to negotiate the terms to withdraw from the EU as soon as possible. It seems to me that the UK did not have a plan to withdraw from the EU as the vast majority of the predictions to the referendum result were wrong.
How many times have you visited a company and you didn’t feel very welcomed, starting by the company receptionist? I am sure it happened to you many times. In my opinion, the first 5 minutes that your client is in touch with your company are the most important and is the breaking point in their buying decision. A good customer experience is delivered from the very first second of contact throughout the end, and you must make sure that your entire team is well trained to provide the best customer experience ever.
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