Setting your business up for success in 2019

When it comes to your business, you will be doing all that you can to try and make it a success. After all, starting up on your own is no easy thing to do. You lose the security of an employed job, the benefits, and protection that can come with it, not to mention the support when you are not well and the consistent wage.

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How To Know When It's Time To Move On From Your Business

When you first start a business it’s something you do with the best of intentions and you really have big plans for the future - none of which probably involve closing the business down. However, these things do happen and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with taking the decision to close your business down and admitting that it’s time to move on.

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My effective scheduling system

Do you ever feel like you have too much to do and not enough time? Like you have such a long list of to-dos and you’re just not sure how you can fit them all in a day? I’ve been there and in fact, I used to live there every day. It’s no fun and leaves you feeling defeated, stressed, and overwhelmed.

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Surviving Tech Changes

Technology has progressed at an amazing pace over the last few years, and there are no signs of it slowing down. The advances have changed all our lives, even if we do not realize it, but for business, the changes have been even bigger and you may be wondering how can you manage to keep up with it.

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Finding Balance with Kelsey Baldwin

When I wrote a post about how I schedule my work week and how I get it all done as a stay at home mom of a toddler and business owner of a growing, thriving business, the response was overwhelming. I quickly realized how many of you needed guidance for creating your own schedule and finding balance between work and life. I realized that we all want a glimpse of how others are making it work so we can better structure our own lives. 

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Think Your Business is too Small to Outsource? Think Again.

When you are a solo business person, you don’t always have the time to get everything done that you want to. Sometimes you might have to push things back, a day or a week and next thing you know there are a few jobs that are no longer the little tasks that they once were.

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Why you should review your business plan often

Even though you might have already completed your business plan before you launched your company, it’s still necessary to take it out every now and again to review it and see if it is still in line with how your business is operating. Generally speaking, most business owners will review their plan at least once a year, but there may be a few extra reasons why you might want to check it more often. Here are a few reasons why that might be.

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3 Things to Consider as Your Business Grows

For a few years now, people have been blogging for all manner of reasons. While it’s no secret that some people earn a living this way, that’s rarely the driving force behind starting. People who get blogging with dollar signs in their eyes rarely manage to make a success of things.

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