Because of Words Blog: Business 101
You’re cruising along, well on your way to getting things done, when all of a sudden it sneaks up: a hole as big as the great abyss. It stops you suddenly, completely, and seems impassable. What’s gone wrong? How do you get beyond your block?
I’ve written elsewhere in this blog about the benefits you can reap from keeping a work journal. This review features a book outlining the benefits of keeping a personal health and wellness journal.
Looking for a steady paycheck? Then going it alone may not be for you. If you do go in doing your own thing, here are some factors to consider in deciding how much to pay yourself.
Business disruptors may not be who you think they are. They’re not the violent rioters we watch on the news. Instead, the disruptive innovation they bring to market stands to significantly change the way we do things. Small business owners and entrepreneurs should prepare for disruption overtaking their chosen industry.
So, you’ve stirred the attention of a potential client – possibly your first. Now what? How do you gain their confidence and understand their needs?
You’ve got a lot to give: the skills, qualifications, and experience necessary. But first it’s of utmost importance that you understand your client’s needs.
Do you use the cloud? Just what is it, anyway? While you may think you don’t, you do when you send or receive email or when you keep up with family and friends on social media like Facebook.
Ever had your memory fail you with something you absolutely needed to remember? It’s a frustrating experience that plays gotcha if you’re not careful. Most of us occasionally get tongue-tied, or perhaps brain-tied is more like it. A work journal can become your new best friend.