The exciting thing about running a small business is that you have a unique ability to be nimble and seize new opportunities.
But it’s tricky to do that if you’re unsure about the overall plan.
This blog is a brief outline on turning an idea or hobby into a start-up.
Did you know that only about 40% of businesses are profitable? Another 30% break-even, but the last 30% consistently LOSE money until they go out of business.
Business doesn’t have to be complicated. There are many proven models and frameworks that can streamline your success.
There has been a lot of division in society over the past few years (to say the least).
But your business can be a breath of fresh air; your business can be a source of unity.
Networking is tricky, but it doesn’t need to feel that way. Align three components: your personality type, mentor relationships, and underlying mindset hurdles to find the best networking option for your business.
Yesterday was the first day of spring. Warm weather is on the way!
It was also the International Day of Happiness. Coincidence? Maybe.
As if those aren’t enough reasons to smile, take a peak at this roundup of five women-led businesses. Each one aims to use its success to improve our world. 🙂
If you enjoyed last week’s breakdown of my talk with Dawn and Kerry Anne of Insight Studio, you’re in luck!
Today’s blog is part two. I unpack their (many) lessons on everything from business partnerships and humility to encouraging words for the day when you need a break from doing it all.
We often overlook simple ways we could improve their use in our business.
It’s time to take what we’ve learned about online work and create better communication processes.