Tips & Tools
It’s another day at the office. You wake up sometime before seven, do your necessary morning activities, hop into a car for a commute, get to your job, and start your work. Whether you have a business career or another type of career, the same routine day after day can start to get very boring.
If the thought of going to your job every day for the rest of your life makes you cringe inside, take heart in the fact that you’re not alone.
Entrepreneurship is not for everyone, but there are those who find the idea of running their own business more appealing than working as an employee for someone else. But what is entrepreneurship and what type of person is an entrepreneur?
If you have your own small business, being able to manage your time effectively makes the difference between success and failure.
When you’re running a small business, having a routine – a set way of doing things – helps you stay focused and organized. Let’s take a look at how to run your routine instead of the other way around.
Just as the saying goes that 'an army marches on its stomach', so too will your army of employees perform more efficiently if they are healthy and happy.
As a small business owner, there are time when things might not move the way you planned. This can be both depressing and frustrating. During such times, even a small obstacle can seem impassable.
Running a small business poses some unique challenges. As a small business owner, you wear many (if not all) hats and you may get distracted frequently. Here’s how not to let distractions get the better of you.
If you have a small business, then you know all too well that your productivity is directly related to how profitable your business is. Here’s how to maximize both.
Once you have started your small business, you will soon realize that your priorities may change every year - even every month - and you need to understand them and adapt accordingly.