Yes, I know it's been a while since I've posted a blog (sorry about that!) I've been so focused on building the businesses of my clients, I've ignored my home, I'll try to be better, I promise. I've been on quite a journey these past few months. Some amazing things have been happening in Chez … Continue reading How Instagram Can Help Build Your Audience (Even If You’re a Service-Based Company)
Ok, so it's almost summer-we're only a few days away! However, it's never too late to spring clean, especially when it comes to your business. Regular evaluations will help you stay on point and focused on your ultimate goals. How do you spring clean a business? Start wtih updating your website and social media … Continue reading Spring Clean Your Business!
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!
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
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
Summertime seems to throw me completely off kilter-kids are home, dogs are more excitable, and everyone wants to share that with me. In saying that, I've been more negligent than I would like, and it’s about time I take this blog back with both, bare hands! Sorry folks, I didn't mean to be gone that … Continue reading Steps To Maintaining a Hassle Free Blog!
I had a lot of dreams when I was little. I thought I was going to be all kinds of things. As I grew, I started to define myself and let the stars glaze over my eyes, not really allowing myself to tap into what I really should become-opting to climb the ladder of fame … Continue reading How To Find Your Dream Business
So many small businesses have yet to file their taxes (ahem…) and when you own a small business, it’s important to know what you do and don’t qualify for. Sure, you can deduct your miles, and portions of your home, and your computer, etc. But what about all the other things that you didn't even know … Continue reading 30 (+1!) Small Business Tax Deductions You Should Know About
We started off my Top Ten with some of the most common challenges in client personalities. Here, you’ll find the conclusion of my Top Ten with some of the most challenging clients you’ll encounter and how to curtail them before they jeopardize your reputation. 6. Mr. “I Don’t Know, Maybe, What Do You Think?”: These clients have no idea what they want, which is why they flip flop on their … Continue reading Know Who Your Clients Are In the New Year-My Top Ten: Part Two