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Straightforward and useful content creation lessons from the legendary writer Roald Dahl ...
It doesn’t matter whether you’re writing stories for children about Oompa-Loompas, or sharing your knowledge by publishing content to market your business — collecting ideas, creating a space to work and a Read More
Take some time to review these five mistakes. Are you taking account of the big picture? Are you communicating the value that you offer? Do you discount too easily and are you often working for free? Do you clearly show the price of your products and services? Read More
Ensuring that your business doesn’t fall into a period of sales famine is critical. Following these steps will not only help you gain initial clients but ensure you keep a constant stream of new business. Read More
Do meetings eat hungrily into your time? Once you’ve taken into account travelling time and got through the small talk and niceties, a conversation that would only last 10 minutes can easily absorb... Read More
A lot of freelance businesses fail – but yours doesn’t have to.
Have you’ve read these points and recognised some in your own business?
If so just ensure that you don’t carry on making any of these mistakes and ensure your business is sustainable and not a failure. Read More
Ever wondered how you can increase the productivity of your small business? Here are five simple steps to try that work. Discover them now Read More
Is lack of time your excuse for not achieving your small business goals? If so it's time for a different approach. Discover what's needed now. Read More
Serious about boosting your productivity? Then test your commitment with these 6 small business efficiency questions. Can you afford not to? Read More
How one small business owner prioritises family
Paul Cox of SpinLessPlates is on a mission to enable himself and other small business owners to have more family time and less work time. Read More
Tick Tock, Tick Tock, Tick Tock
Do you look at the clock and think ‘how late” followed by “I should have got more done by now”…
When you run your own small or micro business, lack of time can be a real problem and the clock becomes your number 1 enemy. Read More
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