What Will Happen To Your Business After You’re Gone?

I know, it's not the easiest thing to think about, but we don't live forever, and to expect our family or business partners to know what to do with the business after we pass can be detrimental to your business's future. Sure, you've probably secured the family with a will, life insurance, etc., but you … Continue reading What Will Happen To Your Business After You’re Gone?

Feeling Out Of Joint? Try Deskercising!

So, I've talked about how working from home can be hazardous to your health on so many levels, but did you know that working from your desk, regardless of where that desk is located can also be detrimental to your health? We all know to look away from the monitor every 20 minutes to give … Continue reading Feeling Out Of Joint? Try Deskercising!

Working From Home Can Be Hazardous To Your Health!

Working from home can be a great solution for solo-preneurs, telecommuters, and those who have small children who would rather work with them than without them, but many don't realize a home workplace can intensify problems rather than alleviate them.   Make your home-office a healthy environment by creating physical and mental boundaries. For example, … Continue reading Working From Home Can Be Hazardous To Your Health!

Daydream Your Way To Success!

As a kid, my mom must have visited the principal's office and seen my teachers more often than she did my dad.  I was considered disruptive, and inattentive; talkative, and incorrigible. As the years went on, school became more difficult to focus on, and I got so stressed out by the whole thing, that I skipped … Continue reading Daydream Your Way To Success!

Cluttered Office-Cluttered Mind. Organize For Success!

I recently felt like my home office had turned into the family dumping ground. Everyone's stuff from house bills, to permission slips and homework landed on my office. Because the logical place to put these things are on my OFFICE desk, and not in the area of the kitchen I organized with great detail for … Continue reading Cluttered Office-Cluttered Mind. Organize For Success!

5 Methods To Sustain A Successful Business!

I come across many businesses on a daily basis, and some of them follow my philosophy and some of them look at me as though I'm an alien. I tell people all of the time, to keep their businesses simple and focused-slow and steady wins the race! But, time and time again, I'm met with … Continue reading 5 Methods To Sustain A Successful Business!

Social Media-Is It Working For You?

So many people drink the juice that is social media, and are quickly disenchanted by the dismal ratings and virtually zero client turnovers. Why is that? Isn't social media supposed to be the cure-all, fourth dimension that marketing lacked for so many years? Well, yes! And, no. Social media is the perfect tool to expand … Continue reading Social Media-Is It Working For You?

Delegating Is The New Delegating: What You Should And Shouldn’t Be Doing For Your Business

As women, it's easy to say, "Oh, I'll just do it" or "I'll take care of it" and frankly, there are quite a few men out there that do that too; "Oh, it will take too long to teach you all the nuances of the business, so I'll just take care of it myself." But … Continue reading Delegating Is The New Delegating: What You Should And Shouldn’t Be Doing For Your Business

Workplace Rules For Fresh, New Graduates

There have been so many news reports, special editions, etc., on the high unemployment rate and how there just aren’t any jobs available. Being on this end of it (the employer side), I hear an entirely different story; how there are so many jobs available with no qualified workers to take them. So which is … Continue reading Workplace Rules For Fresh, New Graduates

  As a small business, I feel it's my duty to help others when they are interested in launching a business of their own. Frankly, I think a lot of our economic problems would be solved if we simply shopped exclusively with small businesses, but I understand that isn't always realistic. A friend of mine … Continue reading