Monthly Archives: May 2014

How to reduce your competition

People’s attitudes to other businesses that are in competition to their own are variable. Some adopt the “head in the sand” approach and just ignore competitive businesses, while at the other extreme, some business owners get very concerned about their competition. What approach have you taken? The key to this is to make sure you […]

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Time management: Making every minute count

We’ve all heard the standard ways to improve your time management so I decided not to waste my time or yours by writing about those (I didn’t think that would be effective time management) so instead I’ve shared below the tricks I use to drive my productivity. My clients use these and get great results […]

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Time management: The balancing act

The balancing act: Setting boundaries I bet that one of the reasons you decided to set up your own business was because you wanted to work the hours that suited you, and probably less hours than you were when you were employed. Am I right? I meet many a business owner who has found themselves […]

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