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Profits are "Liabilities"

For my birthday this year, I want my business to grow by 50%. Would you like one of those birthday... read more

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The Secret No Business Coach Will Tell You

Change is all about commitment. Taking on a business coach such as myself can transform your... read more

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4 Ways to Always Leave Networking Events With an Appointment

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Start Before You're Ready: Advice From 4 Established Entrepreneurs

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4 Business Investments You Must Make

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Brent SzalayOwner at SEIVA
Great article Vincent, one thing i will add is how important is is to prepare your business to grow or scale before your turn the marketing tap on. Too often I see businesses putting the 'cart before the horse' so to speak and look to market and grow the business but can not sustain it . Understand your capacity and have a plan in place that will cope with an influx of more business. A good starting point is to ensure all your systems are in place and your staff are clear on their role within the business.
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Accomplish Any Project With This Simple Strategy

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Stop Being the Bottleneck in Your Own Business

In the early days a founder needs to do everything and be a jack of all trades. Often the...read more

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Do as I say?

Hi Lisa, Is there any piece of advice that you give your clients but do not yourself follow? read more

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Oh Rebecca you made me laugh!Absolutely! I wish I was super human, alas I am not. My main culpruit is taking time out to smell the roses. I always encourage my clients to do this as it lowers stress levels, increases focus and concerntration, and hey, life should be fun too right?Many of my clients come to me beating themselves up for not doing this or that without acknowledging how much they HAVE done. While I am there to hold them accountable, I am also there to be a support, and sometimes that means telling them to take a break.That would be my biggest advice I have trouble following myself Rebecca - thanks for asking and reminding me to take time out and appreciate this wonderful life! :-D
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3 Ways to Take Charge of Your Day Today

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Does SavvySME organise business networking events?

Just wondering if SavvySME organise business networking events or meetings as it would be... read more

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Yee TrinhMarketing Manager at SavvySME
Hi Leah!Thanks for your question. Good to see interest in offline events! We're setting up a few for later this year. Stay tuned and let us know what you'd like to achieve from such events, so that we can provide as much value to the community as possible. :)
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Protect Your Focus or Face the Consequences

“I am amazed at the number of business owners who are saying that they are too busy –‘doing... read more

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Jef LippiattCo-founder at Startup Chucktown
This is a great article. It is true that many people lose their focus. I would say this is important not just for the business owner and/or the executive team, but for every person within the company (management and lead roles specifically). If there is not a clear focus from the top down, you can't expect each team member to have a laser focus either.
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Managing Our Business: We Must Protect The Core At All Costs

An effective way in managing our business is to protect its core at all cost. At the centre of the... read more

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Not Another Goal Setting Session, Dammit!

Ever felt like this? Goal setting is mostly born out of a healthy discontent for the present. ... read more

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Small Business Marketing Strategy: PLUG THE BUCKET!

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If Today Is Your Last Day What Would Your Regrets Be?

If today is your last day, what would your regrets be? This is an interesting question, isn’t... read more

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Business Lessons From the Festive Season

Business might be the furthest thing from your mind at this time of year, but as we all gather... read more

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Reasons Why You Need Business Coaching

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Stressless Wardrobe: A Guide for the Small Business Owner

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WOW Moments -- Are You Creating Them?

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Understanding Road Rage and How It Can Help Your Business

Most of us have heard the 80/20 rule however not many of us have heard the 90/10 rule which can be... read more

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Leo EliadesOwner at INSPIRENOW PTY LTD
Hi Richard, great to read your comment. I agree, I also find meditation a wonderful way to maintain focus and stay in control. in fact I wished I had used meditation years ago
Richard SchembriEntrepreneur - Team Coach and Mentor in Network Marketing at Team Berrygood
Great article Leo. I was always someone to burst out and quickly lose control on the road and in business. I have now learnt to settle down quite a bit and it is so true what you say. My reactions usually had nothing to do with the very minor issue I was facing. I now stay balanced as much as possible, when ever a situation confronts me, I take a few deep breaths, remove any emotion and see it for exactly what it is, a minor hurdle that will create a learning experience for me. I find Meditation and Yoga great for releasing emotional energy that has built up.