Trusting the System

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One of the hardest things for entrepreneurial women to do is trust their systems, especially if their system comes in the form of another human being. Being able to let go and leave your business in the hands of someone else, or a computer system can be a challenge for many, but not if you whole heartedly trust the system. Read More
We all love quotes. Whether they be light and funny such as the many Homer Simpson faux pas or whether they are time honored and serious, they add meaning to our writing, our conversations and even our attitude for the day. But what about your business? How are some of the most famous quotes relevant to you and your entrepreneural spirit today? Read More
Okay, so you hire a new employee - one who has, let's say, ten years of applicable work experience. They show up at work and your number one goal is to get them up and running as quickly as possible Read More
SOLE-TRADERS and smaller businesses are the most vulnerable potential victims of the expected swine-flu pandemic. There's a lot of information about at the moment on how enterprises should prepare themselves to weather a global swine flu outbreak should the current situation worsen. Most of this is aimed at large organisations rather than the s Read More
Every day more and more experts call for marketers to relinquish control of their brands and engage customers in dialogue. Companies are entering the blogosphere, building Facebook pages and Twittering with record speed. And while these organizations are bravely entering the new world, most fail to adopt this practice at home in their internal c Read More
In this interview on the She Takes on the World blog, Sabrina Parsons, CEO of Palo Alto Software, shares her five business lessons for entrepreneurs. At least one of these lessons refers to her own experiences I'm sure in career/life balance, specifically her insistence that "There is more to life than business". You can find out what that is b Read More
Seth Godin has this GREAT post about the small business death spiral especially during periods of recession. It's a sort of "don't let this happen to you" post and is something to really think about when business is down. I want to thank Sabrina Parsons, CEO of Palo Alto Software who drew my attention to this great post with a link from her Mo Read More
When starting a business, having part time or freelance employees will probably be a necessity, at least in the beginning. The problem, of course, is keeping part timers and freelancers motivated. How can you do this when part timers almost always spend less time with your business and may have fewer motivations and a lower commitment level to any Read More
Aaahhh- summer! Those warm, lazy days where you can kick back, enjoy the sun, rest and recharge. NOT for most entrepreneurs. I've lost track this month of the number of business owners who have told me that getting ready to go on vacation is so stressful, they would rather not do it. Pulling all-nighters to get caught up before they leave, dre Read More
OTTAWA - An index that represents business confidence in Canada was relatively flat in July, suggesting a degree of economic stabilization. But small- and medium-sized businesses aren't cheering the end of the recession just yet, said Ted Mallett, chief economist with the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, which puts out the monthly `` Read More
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