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As you prepare your end of financial year figures, and gather up all your financial reporting data, now is a good time to match your financial health to your mission and purpose and ask yourself if your business is “doing good” while you manage your business.
Start a blog, they say. It will bring in leads and help you grow your business, they say. But “they” don’t realise you don’t know a thing about blogs or writing. So how can you take advantage of the business benefits of blogging?
Whether you run your own business or lead a corporate team, becoming a good leader requires a set of qualities to help you interact with and impact employees, team members, and customers.
There is a very strong correlation between those who plan and set goals and those who are successful. Those who are successful have usually sat down, had a good think about their life and made a plan.
Identity is a complex matter. It involves questions of ethnicity, gender, age, sexuality, disability, culture, class, religion, and more. Where those categories meet or intersect is where your identity arises.
People exhibit a growth mindset when they believe innate traits or abilities do not limit them. Instead, they have the capacity to learn, grow, and improve.
Providing a space for personal and professional development is the number one to creating that growth mindset in employees
If we want to be leaders that generate a positive impact in the world, and not succumb to corruption or other traps of power, then we need to be rigorous with our self-checks.
With so many businesses struggling to pull through this pandemic, we’ve put together some advice on how to simplify business finances for entrepreneurs.
Success is a target devoid of a bullseye. It hits the board, but not the mark. If you want business success, it is better to focus on the specific elements that lead to success.
Starting a new business looks so different for each entrepreneur that any two experiences might share absolutely nothing in common.