Perfect Company Brochure for Your Growing Business

Written by Kristine Llabres

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Having pointers to take note are worthy to guide you along your way.

First,repparttar most crucial thing for a brochure is to be effectual in gettingrepparttar 136773 attention of prospect customers. The colors and creative graphics also matters to have best response from readers. Second, do not makerepparttar 136774 font of your brochure very wordy. In fact, it should just have a brief headline and a meaty body. The headline should be kept simple yet striking. Take note that at this very moment you are trying to get their attention.

Third, while gettingrepparttar 136775 attention of your prospects sees to it that if you already caught their attention,repparttar 136776 interest now will be your new target to achieve. Mostly brochures fail on this. Forth, show themrepparttar 136777 ways that your company can better their situation. Again, keep your light and easy to read. Too much text can clutterrepparttar 136778 whole brochure. Fifth, give your prospects just enough information so they crave to out more. Leave some things unanswered so that they would be interested to call and find out more. Touch lightly onrepparttar 136779 main topics and simply get people excited enough to want to inquire for more information. It should awakerepparttar 136780 prospect’s appetite.

Lastly, leave contact information on where they can reach you so that they can easily take them torepparttar 136781 next step of getting to know more your business and be a part of it.

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Addiction to Perfection

Written by Margaret Paul, Ph.D.

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Karen states that, “There must be another way!” There is, indeed, another way - a much better way.

When you decide to define your own worth instead of handing that crucial responsibility to others, you will stop worrying about what others think and feel about you. The problem is that, for most of us, our parents and other adults defined our worth when we are young. Of course we saw adults as havingrepparttar authority to do that. As we grew older, we gave our peersrepparttar 136665 authority to define us. But at some point, we need to shift from others havingrepparttar 136666 authority to define our worth to our own higher, wise self or spiritual Guidance havingrepparttar 136667 authority.

In addition, we need to shift from defining our worth based on external qualities to our worth being based on internal, intrinsic soul qualities. As long as your worth is based on performance, you will worry about results. But when your worth is based on your intrinsic qualities of caring, compassion, goodness, empathy, and joyfulness, then it is never onrepparttar 136668 line regarding your performance. This will free you to create and produce with freedom and joy, knowing that you can make allrepparttar 136669 mistakes inrepparttar 136670 world and still be worthy. Perfection never comes intorepparttar 136671 picture when your performance is a joyful expression of your intrinsic worth, rather than a form of controlling what others think and feel about you.

When you open to learning with a higher authority about your true, intrinsic worth, and embracerepparttar 136672 beauty and wonder of your beautiful essence, you will stop thinking about perfection, and you will stop thinking about performance and what others think about you. You will know that you are already “perfect” in your essence, and that there is nothing to prove.

When you know your worth as intrinsic rather than based on your performance, life becomes so much easier and less tiring. Instead of your addiction to perfection immobilizing you, you are free to fully express yourself and manifest your gifts and talents. Expressing yourself creatively and productively becomes fun rather than fearful!

Margaret Paul, Ph.D. is the best-selling author and co-author of eight books, including "Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By You?" She is the co-creator of the powerful Inner Bonding healing process. Visit her web site for a FREE Inner Bonding course: or

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