Setting goals is an invaluable way for small business owners to set sail on a New Year. But oftentimes, just a few weeks in, the pressures of day-to-day chaos take over and threaten your ambition’s ability to stay afloat.
Let me throw you a 90-second lifeline to get refocused and refreshed on the surest ways to achieve and accomplish in the upcoming year. So you can resolve to make 2016 the best one yet!
Working from home seems like a fairytale for some entrepreneurs, given its ease, accessibility, and comfort. Although the location is ideal, this prime real estate isn’t always productive or even practical.
That’s why you should take a few moments to check out my tips for building your work-from-home castle. Time to rule your entrepreneurial kingdom without getting locked in the dungeon!
Setting small business goals raises some conflicting emotions—often ranging from excitement to exasperation. That’s because the gift of envisioning opportunity often comes with the side effect of spawning chaos. Focus is required!
Today I’m sharing my process for thinking big by starting small, so you can turn your dreams into a reality. All that served up in 60 seconds—Happy New Year to you!
One of the most chaos-inducing routines entrepreneurs must endure is the yearly review. With so much information and so many numbers, it’s hard to focus on which future possibilities and past missteps will take your small business in the right direction.
Have no fear–I’ll teach you how to review your year! This week I’ve narrowed it down two steps that will have you efficiently and effectively understanding your annual results. Just 78 seconds to a whole new perspective for a whole New Year…
Gratitude and grace are invaluable characteristics of successful small business owners. Yet, even as focused entrepreneurs, we sometimes miss those golden opportunities to appreciate and acknowledge our constant crusaders.
That’s why today’s video is for you and your unsung hero—the special supporter that impacted your small business in a huge way. So, pull up a chair, set aside 90 seconds, and join me as I say thanks.