Category Archive for "business foundations"

Pause That Keyboard: Content Creator or Content Curator?

I have an important question for you. Are you creating content or curating content? Are you a content marketer? In other words, how much time do you spend on Facebook sharing the latest Upworthy video, your best business girlfriends’ brilliant…

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How To Reach Your Business Potential

    Growing your business potential is an overlooked aspect of long-term business strategy. In fact, it is a totally different prospect than growing your immediate client or customer business.   Potential is everything to do with three things: building…

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To Be An Expert: It’s About Time

Expert. This is a word to embrace while also being cautious about using too casually. The truth is, how many of us truly rise to expert status in anything. The answer lies in how you define that word. What does…

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Simple Approach to Achieving Small Business Goals

The greatest hurdle it seems most small business owners face in achieving goals is not setting achievable ones in the first place. We’re in a hurry to get to awesome, based on some vision of what awesome is. And often…

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Opportunities: Letting Go & Saying No

It’s so easy to say YES YES YES to every paid opportunity that falls in your lap. It’s so hard to say no. But sometimes, you have to.

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The Value of Taking Centre Stage in Business

I recently participated in a photoshoot for my own company. I was really uncomfortable with putting myself as the centre of attention for a few hours. But aren’t we all a little squeamish with being the focus in our business at times?

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Crowdfunding for Small Business is So Awesome!

Have you caught up to the latest trend for financing your small, or huge, project? Crowdfunding has been around for, well forever, probably. It’s an obvious solution for small businesses to consider when seeking funds. How to Choose from Over…

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Who Do You Need? Coach or a Consultant?

In my mind, and those who do what I do and those who are certified coaches, it is clear our roles are extremely different. Yet, this definition may not be clear to you. Before you spend a dime (or many hundreds) investing in your business, it is up to you to understand this difference. More importantly, it is up to you to decide what you need in order to choose who you need to hire.

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