Rhondalynn Korolak

Rhondalynn Korolak

Rhondalynn Korolak

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Rhondalynn Korolak has distilled the secrets to business success - that she learned working in GM level roles with some of the world’s most successful brands - and she produced a simple step-by-step process that you can apply to your message and your audience to close more sales and boost your bottom line. Rhondalynn is the best-selling author of On The Shoulders of Giants, Financial Foreplay, and Sales Seduction. She has appeared on CNN, bNet/CBS, Skynews, Channel 9 and 3AW, and she writes for Yahoo, MYOB, Fast Thinking, Dynamic Business, Business Spectator and Australian Retailer. Rhondalynn can help you put strategies in place to grow your business profitably and ensure that your customers would never think of going elsewhere.

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Losing sales because you offer too many options?

When the economy and sales are down, entrepreneurs tend to increase the number of products, services and offers they put out there, hoping that more choice will lead to more opportunities to close sales.

Rhondalynn Korolak

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What if 99 percent of customers prefer fake?

Rhondalynn Korolak blogs about standing out in a marketplace where imitations are plentiful.

“If you continue to compete based on price alone (or intangible claims), 99 percent of your customers will continue to assume that you are not the real deal either.”

Rhondalynn Korolak

Rhondalynn Korolak

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How to avoid self sabotage in your workplace

Rhondalynn Korolak offers tips to avoid sabotage and foster innovation in your business.

“For every daring and outlandish new idea that is proposed by one hopeful soul, there will be a long list of sceptical colleagues who are willing to offer 20 reasons why the idea might fail…”

Did you know 80% of businesses don’t fail in the first year?

Rhondalynn Korolak blogs about how many businesses REALLY fail in their first year.

“I searched the internet and couldn’t find confirmation of any study that was done to back-up this statistic by a reputable or well-known bureau. What I did in fact find was some evidence to the contrary.”

Which store strategy works best – clean or cluttered?

For those of you who are in the retail industry, you may have noticed a recent trend to clean up in-store environments – reduce shelf heights, remove dense ends and dump bins, widen aisles etc. – in order to increase comfort and make the shopping experience less stressful for customers.