Monday, October 21, 2019

Case #123456: Personal v. Business.

Your place in this courtroom is not by accident. It happened because you finally decided to give Business a limit on its influence over you. Do not allow your business side to keep you from enjoying who you are.  You have the most influence over the judge and jury because they are YOU. Choose boundaries. Know expectations. Experiment. Then, close that case so you can enjoy life.

How To Build Self-Improvement Into Your Business Culture.

October 14, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( These days, it’s not just about the bottom line, the products, or even the customers, but it’s about the overall culture your business communicates to your consumers and your employees. The latter is probably more important. The business culture is what will help it thrive, foster relationships, and nurture productivity in numerous ways. […]

How To Run a Successful Pharmacy Business.

Tweet ( There’s no shortage of profitable companies to run, but there is something that would-be entrepreneurs need to be aware of, and that is that a lot of currently successful industries may face hard times in the future. That is because of the changing nature of the world; the rise of AI and automation […]

Getting Value For Money From Your Home.

September 11, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Money, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( When it comes to moving home, the costs can soon mount up and that dream home can seem further away than ever when you start factoring in legal fees, removals and applying for a mortgage that you may or may not get. But when you’re busting out of your living space, something’s got […]

3 Ways To Prevent Data Loss In Your Business.

September 11, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Data loss is a big concern for all businesses and if you don’t look after your data properly, it could cause you some serious problems. Businesses collect so much information about their customers and some of it, like credit card details, for example, is very sensitive. It’s your responsibility to look after that […]

Areas of Your Small Business You Might Want to Outsource.

September 11, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Running a small business can be hard. You can’t necessarily do everything yourself, but you also don’t necessarily want to take on permanent, contracted employees. This is where outsourcing can come into play. Outsourcing is a simple process that will see you distribute certain aspects of your company’s work out to third parties […]

Smart Ways To Green Your Business.

September 9, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( As environmental issues become an increasingly huge concern, businesses are expected to manage the impact they have on the planet. Even small ventures can have a huge impact, but it’s up to you to decide whether that impact is good or bad. Along with the environmental gains, adopting sustainable practices will improve your […]

Setting Up Tactics To Help You When You’re Overloaded.

September 5, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( CEOs are supposed to roll with the punches. No more so than in any other position in business, the CEO has to make sure they are able to cope with immense pressure. It’s just part of the job and when you own a business, no one is going to hold you hand. You’re […]

Big Decisions For The Small Business.

September 5, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( When starting a small business we realise quite quickly that there are many decisions to be made, every day there seems to be a new option or path for us to choose from. We’re not always well equipped to make these decisions, but there is so much business advice available and there are […]

HomeServe for single moms?

September 3, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Money, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( HomeServe is a well-established, leading example of a home warranty company. To start with the basics, they offer warranties to both appliances and home systems in exchange for a monthly premium. This means that if your AC unit breaks down or the refrigerator needs to be replaced, they will do it (up to […]

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