The Only Types of Consultants Worth Patronising

When the permanently employed staff of any company really sneaks a peek into the world of consultants and their consultation jobs, each of those employees perhaps wishes they may have been consultants who get paid on a per-contract basis as opposed to often feeling like they’re doing a lot more work for a lot less pay. Yes, the truth is consultants do earn more than permanently employed staff which in some instances does the exact same job as the consultant, but the scales balance out a bit because consultants don’t get to enjoy the same employee benefits a permanently employed staff member does.…continue reading →
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How to Get More People to Register for Your Business Event

After putting time and effort into your business event, it would be heartbreaking to have low attendance. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for business owners to experience this. …continue reading →
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Everybody Needs a Leg-Up in Business

Well it’s perhaps true about life in general as well because if you come to think of it you get a leg up from your parents mainly as you grow through the various stages in your life, but it definitely applies in business that everybody needs a leg up. I’m going to hit you with a cliché and say that no man is an island as that rings true in business. You simply need others to succeed so it’s important to formulate good relationships with as many people as you can.…continue reading →
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Is Your Star Employee Retiring? Here’s What You Should Do

It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that your star employees and important partners will be in your business forever. Unfortunately, the day may come when they decide to retire or leave the business for other opportunities—and the news may come when you least expect it. How you handle the next steps may affect your future professional relationship, the survival of your business, and even the perceptions of your other employees.…continue reading →
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Embracing the Natural Size of Lifestyle Businesses

If you’re already established or indeed if you’re a budding entrepreneur then I suppose it’s only fitting that shows such as Dragon’s Den and Shark Tank would be amongst some favourite sources of inspiration and motivation. In addition to it just being a lot of fun to watch people you in a sense can relate to and aspire to, when the ball is rolling then such shows can be very educational to anyone running their own operation.…continue reading →
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3 Ways to Boost Self-Confidence and Find Business Success

When you look at the most successful individuals in your industry, you’ll find that they all possess a high level of confidence. But have you ever wondered whether confidence leads to success, or if success creates confidence? In most cases, it’s a little bit of both.…continue reading →
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The Five Worst Things That Can Happen to Your New Product Launch

As the build up to your product launch reaches fever pitch you may start to feel a bit nervous about what will happen. While you will want to stay positive and upbeat at this important time, it is also worth putting some thought into some of the things that can go wrong too. In this way you will be prepared for whatever comes your way.…continue reading →
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What Should I Do When My Post Gets Lost?

The internet has revolutionised the world of communication. No longer do we have to pen a physical letter, cram it into a nearby letterbox and wait for a week or more for a reply; instead we can fire off an email and expect a reply in a matter of moments. What’s more, there’s little risk of our communications getting lost or damaged along the way.…continue reading →
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Important Aspects to Consider When Choosing a Foundry

Choosing the appropriate foundry comes after making numerous decisions. Perhaps, you were thinking that the only thing to consider is cost; here is a comprehensive overview of the important aspects that influence your choice of a foundry.…continue reading →
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Turning Your Wedding Blog into a Full-Blown Business

Even just ten years ago, most people thought of blogs as a way to vent their feelings or share updates with family and friends. They didn’t think of them as the business tools that they’ve evolved into today. Some people have turned their blog into their sole source of income—a full-blown business—and readers can’t seem to get enough. As more and more people have successfully quit their day job and become full-time bloggers, more and more people are longing and trying to do the same.…continue reading →
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