When Should You Hire a Consultant?

As a business owner, it’s easy to want to handle everything on your own. After all, isn’t asking others for help traditionally a sign of weakness?…continue reading →
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Employing the So-Called Unemployable

Some of the things you’ll hear at these banquets members of the so-called upper-class regularly hold will really make you sick to the pit of your stomach if you have even the slightest shred of decency in you! Obviously it would be unfair to generalise and say that all “old-money”…Keep reading
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Using Your Citizen’s Rights to the Fullest

Many people who harbour ambitions of getting into business don’t have the full measure of the rights afforded to them and so they go the long way around and just make things unnecessarily difficult for themselves. I can’t really blame you if that’s the case because I mean you have…Keep reading
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Setting up an Efficient Remote Workforce

If a new company in this day and age insists on holding onto the business practices of a mere two or three years ago even, that company risks getting left behind by its competitors. Yes, sometimes there is a serious advantage to holding onto business traditions that make your business…Keep reading
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Tips to update your van on a budget

If you’re self-employed and rely on a van to deliver stock, meet clients or even carry tools to your next job, you'll know just how important a vehicle can be. But when you're looking to grow your business and improve its image, do you really want a rusty white van pulling up outside of an important client meeting? Below, we've rounded up tips to update your van and bring it up to today's modern standards – all without breaking the bank.…continue reading →
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Beginning the Climb up the Property Ladder

Property is just one of those sectors which really peeves me off because the on-goings thereof go against everything which forms part of the basic human right to shelter. In our evolution as a society -- as the human race, we’ve somehow given up some of our basic survival instincts,…Keep reading
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How to Continue Successfully Running a Business While Disabled

Have you been injured or disabled in some way that prevents you from performing job related tasks that you once handled with ease? As a small business owner, not only is this frustrating, but it can also jeopardize everything you’ve worked so hard for over the years.…continue reading →
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4 Benefits of Making Your Business Remote

In the past, businesses were essentially bound by real estate. Sure, they could host conference calls with international clients or hop on an airplane to visit a customer in another city, but most companies focused on local business. Today, the power of the internet means you can run a very successful business independent of location. …continue reading →
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6 Ways Your Business Can Avoid a Costly Personal Injury Case

From a business perspective, few developments can hurt your financial standing more than a lawsuit in which someone alleges he or she has been mistreated or injured. These situations aren’t always unavoidable,  but they can be prevented in many cases.…continue reading →
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Adopting a Nothing-to-Lose Attitude to Get Ahead

Sometimes the difference between resounding success and spectacular failure in the world of business is the attitude and that’s the truth, even though I can hear your eyes rolling around in your sockets as you begin to think about dismissing this post as another one of those motivational mumbo-jumbo messages.…Keep reading
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