Lee Duncan

"The Double Your Business Coach"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 97% (62 of 64)
Location: Cambridgeshire, UK
In My Own Words:
I help people with businesses to achieve extraordinary results using my Double Your Business coaching methods. I am the author of the Financial Times Publishing book, "Double Your Business". If you're in business, visit my website and download my free guides to growth.

Interests
Marketing, sales, business, strategy, self development, success.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 152,100 - Total Helpful Votes: 62 of 64
Great Leads: The Six Easiest Ways to Start Any Sal&hellip by Michael  Masterson
If you're a copywriter with aspirations to improve your skills, to move away from hype and hot air in your copy, you'll find 6 alternative methods in this book to get you thinking.

I found myself mentally applying the ideas presented to my own business and juggling with ideas for client copy too. With a little practice of the techniques presented, I'm confident that this will significantly add to the quality, depth and variety of copies I write.
Building the Happiness-Centred Business by Paddi Lund
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Reading this book is a little like reading a fairytale for business ownership.

If you enjoy stretching the boundaries of your thinking to reveal completely new ways of doing business, this book will introduce ideas that will really make you think.

It's a book about making your business work for you, your team and your customers. In his approach to business, Paddi does away with the compromises often seen in business (like if the customer is always right, how does that make you and your staff feel?). Instead, he created a dental practice for himself that is geared for an unlikely outcome - happiness.

Happiness for the business owner means lots of profit, a… Read more
FT Guide to Business Networking: How to Use the Po&hellip by Heather Townsend
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Networking is something I tend to avoid these days, because I find it time-consuming and lacking in focus when I can use other marketing techniques to bring me work.

So when Heather, a personal friend, gave me a copy of this book I was more than a little reluctant to open its cover. I wish she'd written it years ago now.

The revelation for me comes in the chapter on building yourself a joined up networking strategy. In this chapter, the guide shifts from being a very competent how-to manual into something that I personally found far more powerful - a "What Are You Trying To Achieve Through Networking" section.

By taking the time to consider this question,… Read more

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