Tag Archives: delegation

If I started over….

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I’ve been in business for a while - I’ve bought and sold a surf shop, started an accountancy business and launched a series of products and services that have assisted many business owners navigate the sometimes rocky world of business ownership. But if I started over what would I do differently? Read More »

Get your momentum started

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Have you noticed that the momentum you have when start your week, your year or even your day has a big impact on the results you achieve? It’s momentum - the impelling force or strength - that gets things happening. The fabulous thing about momentum is that once it starts rolling, its takes a lot to stop it. But the trick is to get that momentum started in the first place. Read More »

Delegate and save precious time

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The word “delegation” rolls off the tongue so easily but can be so difficult for many of us to do. However, one thing remains true, highly successful business people did not get there alone. We humans are limited in our capabilities and only have so much time available to us. We need sleep, food and rest to function properly. Outsourcing is the answer, but outsourcing will only work if you can delegate effectively. Read More »

New teleseminar course starting Weds 17 November

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Are you a solo entrepreneur who wants to grow your business but it's "just you" and you're maxed out? You're probably struggling to get things done and crazy busy just keeping up with your clients/customers. You're running around in circles trying to wear all the different hats necessary to keep your business ticking over. You're starting to feel that your business is taking over your life rather than providing the lifestyle you wanted. You're feeling constantly stressed and have a niggling feeling that things may be starting to fall through the cracks. Read More »

Outsource and grow your business

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When you start your business you have grand plans. More often than not, you went into business to make the most of your particular area of expertise to offer services or sell a product. As soon as you make the decision to take the plunge, it’s “just you” and you end up doing everything. *Sigh*… that’s not much fun when you have to be the admin person, bookkeeper, receptionist, cleaner, customer service officer etc! That’s on top of actually providing the service or producing the product and marketing it. It all sounds awfully tiring to me, and guess what, it is! Read More »