Also, the Golden Rule of Triggers and a better way to set goals.
Ask your resident "Negative Nelly" these questions to get them thinking positively.
Also, evading overtime and tips on displaying men's jewelry. (Hint: Not too close to the ladies' goods.)
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It's always good to be at the right side of the law.
There are no shortcuts made to quickly fill a staff gap.
Hire a food truck to feed attendees at your next store event.
We’ve had a large corporate jeweler open up in our area that does a huge amount of advertising, offers five years to pay and lifetime guarantees...
Remind them that they should be looking to buy diamonds, not paper.
Remember that stress isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Retaining staff isn't all about money.
Our jeweler, who really is one of the best we’ve ever worked with, is leaving with plans to start his own store. How should we respond?...
Don't worry about rivals. Put your energy into improving your own business.
Start by making a distinction between current and new clients.
Don't under-price your professional skills.
It isn't necessary to show the entire length of chain.
Not giving yourself enough downtime can impair your overall productivity.