I’ve just come off the phone to someone who asked my advice on £2,000 of advertising they had been offered. I told them they’d be better off printing their web address on two hundred tenners and chucking them down the street. Spending money is easy – earning it is harder.
Well this week turned into the Stuart Baggs episode as his outrageous boardroom statements continued and amazingly kept him in over one of my tips for the top four!
Week nine and what a week?! With only seven candidates left, the competition is really heating up, and all the candidates seem to be feeling the pressure. As Stella went to answer the phone at 5.30am she was already sniping at the other candidates and calling them lazy!
As national novel writing came to a close last month, one Book Midwife is encouraging all budding authors to not give up hope on completing their books!
“If you’re not growing then you’re dying” – so goes the saying.
In the current harsh times, it’s understandable to believe that just surviving is enough. However, the true performers, in any sphere, are constantly looking to improve and take things to the next level. So how could you accelerate the growth of your company?
Last night The Apprentice went international with the teams travelling to Germany for a crisp selling task. So how did they do? How was going to end being told that they were to be gebrannt!
Week Seven and we’re starting to get into the business end of the show. There are some strong contenders in the mix but with a few of the weaker candidates already gone, they have to all be on their A-game from here on if they want to really win the prized job.
To start things off, I thought Lord Sugar was hilarious last night when he had a pop at Stuart for his PJ’s! Having woken up the contenders for their next task, Lord Sugar entered the house to see them all with their bed head and asked Stuart if his half mast PJ’s were his own image of “Stuart Baggs the brand!” Ha ha – quality.
I really cannot keep quiet over Lord Alan Sugar’s recent comments that the Liberal Democrats under Nick Clegg are like ‘Leyton Orient suddenly being planted in the Champions League’.