Gone Fishing

January 15, 2012

This my friends is an Australian Black Bream, and the fish my family and I will be targeting during our holiday next week.

I’ve been studying up on how to catch bream and have learned a lot including:

What the best time of day to fish is. That fishing during a rising tide is better. Which soft plastics to use. The names of the best brands. Which lures to use. That 2.5 – 5cm is the ideal lure size. That colours such as Pumpkinseed, Watermelon, Motor Oil, Glow, Chartreuse, and Rootbeer work better than the brighter colours and much more.

I have asked for advice from successful fishermen and two tackle store owners and the owner of the house we are renting has agreed to be my local guide.

Why have I gone to all of this effort?

Catching fish is a lot more fun than not catching fish.

I used to buy my bait from the guy behind the counter at the local service station. I used to rely on “instinct” and my friends’ advice. The problem was that my friends weren’t catching any fish so guess what? Neither did I.

Does all of this research  “guarantee” that I will catch lots of fish this time? Of course not! However, by seeking out and getting the right advice from experts I know one thing that is guaranteed. I have done everything possible to be successful.

Who would have thought that successful fishing and successful retailing have fundamental principles in common?

 

 

To your abundant success,

Leon Skaliotis – Founder, Retail Fundamentals.

Leon is an accomplished business coach and retail specialist in Melbourne, Australia, who  successfully coaches Melbourne retail owners on how to create highly profitable businesses by attracting shoppers and converting them into loyal fans.

To receive your free copy of “Retail Secrets Every Owner Should Know” click www.retailfundamentals.com.au

You can contact Leon on +61 425 83 3344  or email info@retailfundamentals.com.au

 

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