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Thursday, 26 March 2009

Week 1: Turnover is vanity and profit is sanity

Time to be a couch critic, it always looks easier when you're not in front of the camera or under pressure from Sir Alan.

Team Ignite: The signs were there from the start, Mona the team leader didn't know what a duster was. Debra called her team members puppets. The women are already arguing and it can't be long before the hair pulling and scratching starts.

Team Empire: The guys should have easily won the task, as we'd have expected men to have cleaned more cars in their time. Can't believe it took them 1 1/2 hours on the first car and they hadn't even mastered the basics of closing the door before turning the hose on. Howard was clearly concerned when he turned up and you could see him looking for a scapegoat, should they lose.

Boardroom: Mona was losing her composure and Debra kept her cool, whilst Anita didn't standa chance. She really looked like she was on work experience throughout, had she been really good at what she thought she was doing, she should have hit £200 on the budget... lol...

>> Anita - you're fired!

As one of the guys in the house mentioned at the end - "Turnover is vanity and profit is sanity" BUT remember... Cashflow is King!

You would have had to tune into The Apprentice: You're Fired! on BBC2 afterwards to actually see if she was capable of smiling!

Carol Vorderman made a great comment about "some men these days don't have any practical skills and the girls have to do it all" - not quite sure what she was on about but what a laugh. The You're Fired programme was actually more entertaining than the show itself.



Want to find out more about the real business world?

Keith Cunningham (Tony Robbins Wealth Mastery speaker and Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad) is flying over from the US to be in Birmingham this Saturday 28th March 09. Come along and learn from the best!

He will be discussing why "A recession is a terrible thing to waste."

Find out more here and come and see him live:


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