Co-working In Shared Spaces

Teleworking and Working at Home The job market is going through a fair bit of change at the moment. Companies are downsizing and restructuring, and full-time jobs are becoming scarce. But it’s not the doomsday horror some people would have you think it is. In fact,...
Knowing MY Luck…

Knowing MY Luck…

In a couple of our recent posts, we’ve talked about… well, we’ve talked about my family, largely, but we’ve also talked about things like planning and strategising and setting goals for yourself, as well as having confidence in ourselves. Now I just want to add one...
Legal Stuff and Small Business: When to Bring in the Cavalry

Legal Stuff and Small Business: When to Bring in the Cavalry

When you’re starting a new business, it’s important that you have a good grasp of the law to ensure you don’t find yourself in hot water later on down the track. We cover general and intellectual property law in our Small Business Management course, and we’ve also...
Don’t Ask Me What To Do Next!

Don’t Ask Me What To Do Next!

A little while ago, we published a post about goal setting, where we suggested that you start setting some short-term business goals that will help deliver your long-term business goals. The majority of people are familiar with long-term goal setting; it’s a...
Setting Goals: What Makes or Break Them?

Setting Goals: What Makes or Break Them?

In a previous post we talked about how important it is to plan and keep taking risks in business. A big part of planning is goal setting; in fact, the two are so intimately linked, it’s impossible to really do one without the other. In our Small Business Management...
Risk Taking: Are You Climbing Out of Your Cot?

Risk Taking: Are You Climbing Out of Your Cot?

We often talk about how important it is for businesses to make plans – marketing plans, financial plans, business plans; they’re all subjects we cover in our Small Business Management and Start-Up Course. The reason we suggest all this planning is that it helps you to...
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