Thursday, April 26, 2007

What our clients want

I’ve just realised why giants like Microsoft, McDonalds and Coca Cola are so successful: they offer their customers what they want. They do endless surveys and they deliver.

So, to keep up with the Big Three, here is a short survey from us at Prashnig Style solutions ( Please let us know:
1. What you’d like to see on our website
2. How we can improve our products
3. What new products might you be interested in purchasing (no obligation)

Please respond by commenting on this page or by emailing competitions @ And yes, there will be a spot prize for one lucky reader.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Win a Working Style Assessment!

Would you like to win a complimentary assessment of your working style (WSA)? The WSA report is a comprehensive document of approximately 18 pages, complete with colourful graphs, summaries and action plans.

Find out how to:
· create a stress-free environment at work;
· communicate with your colleagues and team leaders;
· avoid careers that are unsuitable for you;
· learn new things easily.

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Thursday, April 12, 2007

Post Easter Harmony

Did you know that the way you spent your Easter holidays reflects your Working Style (or the Working Style of the person who organised your time for you)?

Whether you spent your long weekend ticking tasks off the to-do list, whether you planned your entertainment or enjoyed spontaneous activities, how long it took you to decide to eat that chocolate egg... all that depends on your own unique combination of 49 Working Style elements.

Please visit us on to get your free WSA demo.

Thursday, April 05, 2007

Slow Down!

Did you know?
· French people, even though they work 35 hours per week, tend to be more productive than the Americans or the British.
· The Germans have established 28.8 hour workweeks in places like VW and have seen their productivity been driven up by 20%.

Given the facts, it’s amazing how many companies still believe that a person who works longer hours is necessarily a better worker. And our very own worth of self is often measured by how many hours we’ve worked this week (“Wow, I put in 67 hours this week: I must be really crucial to my company’s survival!”)

Globalisation and consumerism have generated the sense of "hurry", fuelled by the desire of "having in quantity" (life status) versus "having with quality", "life quality" or the "quality of being".

This Easter, we’d like to invite you to sit down and take things slowly. Enjoy Slow Food (the opposite of Fast Food): healthy environmentally-friendly food prepared by loving hands and eaten among family and friends. Switch off the computer. Take a long pleasant walk. Put away the list of chores. Savour each passing hour. Have a wonderful holiday.

With best wishes from us all at Prashnig Style Solutions,, the home of Learning Styles and Style Diversity.