Friday, May 24, 2019


Let it Go!

You can’t change other people but you can change and control the things that you do and say and the connections that you make in life with people.  Don’t get caught up in people pleasing because you will be burned out trying to please people who will never be satisfied with anything you do or say.  If it’s not for you and the peace of life that is granted to you, let it go!

Add Years Of Life Onto Your Business.

May 20, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet (ThySistas.com) You will no doubt think that the business you have now, is the business that you’re going to have for life. But the harsh reality is, you can never be too sure as to how long your business is going to last, what is going to be its biggest downfall, and how you […]

How To Avoid ‘Those’ Business Mistakes.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) We all know what ‘those’ business mistakes are. You might not understand what we’re referring to right now, but we’re going to hold you in mystery a little longer. First, we wish for you to feel said feeling, for illustrative effect. Let’s take a similar, hypothetical scenario. You’re at a wedding, perhaps for […]

Call Center Solutions – What To Look For.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Call center solutions take on an extremely vital role at all companies. Customer service is of paramount importance, especially in the digital age. One negative tweet or Facebook post from a customer could cause significant damage. A call center is no longer a luxury it is a necessity. No customer enjoys waiting on […]

How to Get Your Clients to Trust You Online.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) If you are providing professional services to your clients, chances are that you will need to gain their trust before they would open their wallet. This requires a lot of effort, and it is harder to do it online than face-to-face. If you are trying to promote an offline business offline, you will […]

Creatives Can Break the Algorithms – Together.

I just wish that we could go back to the old days when we can create a post and all 500 people that follow you, could see your content and engage with you.  Now, unless you slide in someone’s DM’s and ask them to like, share, comment, etc., only about 20 of your followers will see your content.  Sad I know.  Creatives I’ll leave you with this, continue to create your content don’t be allow the rules of social media algorithms dictate you are as a creative.  You are a creative online and offline, and don’t let any data processing systems tell you anything different.

3 Reasons To Consider Opening A Restaurant.

May 16, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Many people find themselves in a position where they know they want to start their own business, but they’re simply not sure what type of business they should start. Given the sheer variety of options available, settling to a final decision can feel like a huge undertaking in and of itself – which […]

Keep Your Business Flexible On The Market.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) If there is one concept that you must keep in mind to ensure that your business is successful on the market today then it is certainly flexibility. If your business is flexible, then you will be able to adapt to new challenges in the industry and the general economy. For instance, it’s possible […]

3 Ways Your Business Could Be Wasting Money On Technology.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Every business needs to adopt new technology if they’re going to stay relevant and compete with their rivals. The right technology can help to make the business more productive, save you money, and help you to offer a better level of service to your customers. However, you only get those benefits if you’re […]

4 Instant Ways Of Improving The Customer Experience.

May 14, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet (ThySistas.com) If you’re not focused on the customer experience, then you’ve got a problem. Your customers need to have the best experience possible as this benefits your company in some pretty substantial ways. What happens when a customer has a great experience? They tell other people about it, they leave helpful reviews, and they […]

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