Egg Ed_ Working with other organisation Jul 2015

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Transcript Egg Ed_ Working with other organisation Jul 2015

“Life’s most persistent and urgent
question is:
What are you doing for others?”
Martin Luther King
What Egg Ed Events provides for you is a
platform for effective networking and an
environment that enables you to exchange
information and contacts that ultimately
empowers you and your businesses/investments to
grow rapidly and holistically.
KEYS Education
Contracting
The Power of Asking
“Ask and ye shall…”
The Power of asking
The Power of asking
The Power of asking
The Power of asking
The Power of asking
Gantt chart
WBS
Budget
Team
What next?
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ROI
KPIs/SC
Measuring impact
Impact report
Take a risk
Any Questions?
Reading List
Think and Grow Rich Napoleon Hill
Think and Grow Rich; A black choice
Dr Dennis Kimbro
Harvard Business School Pocket Book Series
Big Bucks Kenneth Blanchard
This is How Yoo-do-it
Screw it, Let’s do it Richard Branson
Rich Dad, Poor Dad Robert Kiyosaki
Creating business
connections and
being self-employed
DANIEL OPOKU-BAAH
Introduction
•Daniel Opoku-Baah
•Neuroscience graduate
from the University of
Sussex
• In 2012 co-founded
Aspire Inspire Mentoring
Ltd
• Behaviour management
in schools with plans
underway to expand into
childcare, recruitment &
consultancy in the
education sector.
3 Don’ts
① Pass up the opportunity to talk about your
business
② Be afraid to connect with people and other
businesses who you may not naturally think would
be beneficial
③ Don’t be intimidated be inspired by the people you
meet
3 Do’s
① Prioritise quality over quantity
② Form genuine, human connections
③ Be a useful resource to others
Questions
When, Where, and How to buy a
property.
Working with local authorities.
Omar Harris
How do I buy?
1. Get a deposit
• work together!!!!!)
• Buy to let mortgage is 25% of house value
2.
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Get a Mortgage
Can you PROVE you can afford the monthly payments
You can only borrow 3 times your wage
125% rental value for buy to let
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Hidden Costs
Surveyor £400+
Mortgage advisor £400+
Solicitor £1000+
When and Where do I buy?
Property as a working investment
1.
Rental value
•Rental ability (schools/colleges & transport)
2.
House Prices
What will make house prices rise? (new schools/colleges & transport
links investment)
Working With Local
Authorities
1.
Incentive schemes
2.
Leasing scheme
3.
Emergency accommodation
Speed Networking
Where do you consider yourself to be???
Food Chain
Producers
Suppliers
Consumers
Aims
Workers
Employers
1.
How can you utilise
your skills to generate
more capital or create
a business.
1.
Meditate with those
around you on your
current business
2.
Look for business and
work opportunities
amongst the delegates.
(How can your skills
support an existing
business?)
2.
Looking for contacts
amongst the delegates.
What is the difference between Sales,
Marketing, and Advertising? (link your
understanding to your specific business.)
The aim:
to ensure that your specific wants and needs are at the top of your head
before you directly interact.
What is the difference between Sales,
Marketing, and Advertising?
Advertising: Persuade generally
Marketing: Persuade with money in mind
Sales: Achieving payment
What is the difference between Sales,
Marketing, and Advertising?
Advertising: The announcement of a persuasive message by an
identified sponsor; the presentation or promotion by a firm of its
products to its existing and potential customers.
Marketing: The systematic planning, implementation and control of a
mix of business activities intended to bring together buyers and sellers
for the mutually advantageous exchange or transfer of products.
Sales: The set of activities which are focused on converting prospects to
actual paying customers. Sales involves directly interacting with the
prospects to persuade them to purchase the product.
Speed Networking
Ice Breaker
1) Each person give your name
2) Then state two true statements and one false statements
Network
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Each person describe your business and your current wants, needs,
and challenges.