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Hands up if you are systems person. Someone who loves creating and religiously implementing new systems? Most women entrepreneurs fall somewhere between utter chaos, good intentions and sometimes systemisers. They generally only create a system when something goes pear-shaped or they are under stress. So before you have your next melt down, here’s a simple […]
Welcome back! Let’s continue on the journey of designing our own ‘Big Picture’, our road-map for creating the life we desire. By now, you will have your special journal and the vision for your ‘Life’ will be starting to take shape. This is your ‘Design My Own Big Picture’ journal. Keep it beside your bed, […]
Ok, so the title is a little dramatic, but seriously, if you persist in insisting on doing it all yourself, something has to give – your health, your relationships or your business, perhaps all three. What’s the highest risk for you right now? What are the consequences of that ‘dying’? Is having so much to do […]
LinkedIn’s mantra is do more, better. Not a bad mantra as they continually upgrade and change their systems. The latest change is one of the better ones, I believe. At least once a week you are probably receiving a summary of all the people who have changed jobs, are having a birthday or having a […]
Mere decades ago, customer service hardly rated a mention when talking business – it was simply a given. Today’s vastly different consumer climate demands that all business owners are sensitive any ruffle in the customer service fabric. Where previously, customer service was what people did, these days the value of delivering better customer service is […]
If you work for yourself it’s easy to get busy and overwhelmed, and neglect your health. Here are 3 things you can do to help you stay healthy while you get down to business. 1. Keep a bottle of water on your desk If you have to get up and get a glass water when […]
Your office should be one of the few areas in your life that you can focus completely and utterly on the tasks at hand, but unfortunately this is not usually the case. Use these four tips to turn your office into the productive space it should be.