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Angus Lyon is a business coach, and works with business owners to grow their business. For more information about Angus, take a look at his profile.
I’m passionate about making a difference locally, and bringing prosperity to local business owners their families and employees.
I work with business leaders and owners in four main areas:
Increasing profitability Getting more time Getting better results from the team Readying the business for sale
Published Book: Raise Your Game & Great Days at Work
Suzanne's first bookRaise Your Game, is ideal for you, whatever your role in the organisation, if you want to take your success to the next level. Her second book is Great Days At Work. If you employ people in your business, this is a great book to empower them to take responsibility for having great days at work – which translates into productivity increases.
Angus has been described as a “natural presenter”, and has presented internationally. For example, he gave the keynote speach at the Global Business Travel Association Europe, 2011 (Amsterdam); a Microsoft sponsored “Developing Social Enterprise in 2012” (London), the Business Start-up Sunday Times Enterprise Network (London). He also present regular local business-building seminars within Surrey – please contact Angus if you would like him to speak at one of your events.
If you're like many companies that I work with, it's likely that you will have at least one outstanding invoice that is owed to you. If you're like many people that I meet, you also probably find it hard to chase debt. However the likelihood is that you've already done the work, so now it's time for you to get paid for it!
I read with interest a book called The Complete Turtle Trader. It’s the true story about how a bunch of novice investors were given the technical skills (and money) which enabled them to become millionaires, literally overnight.
First imagine a retail shop. There are three types of people:
Those that walk past but never enter. Those that enter but are “just browsing, thanks”. Then there are customers. People who buy from you. These can be sub-divided further