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Small biz people can do anything. So, if you want to celebrate amongst the people, just head into a bar and rely on your wits and sparkling personality. That’s nothing prepared to what you’ve achieved on your own this year.
Going solo in business is tough to explain to an ‘outsider’. There’s more twists, and adrenalin than a toothless carnie’s teacup ride.
Great, awful, fun, excruciating and cringe worthy… how many of these moments have you had in your first business year?
Give yourself the occasional sickie or mental health day. It would be unAustralian not to. Research from Beyond Blue shows 1 in 5 Aussies had a mental health day in the last year.
Divide everything into three piles: must have, nice to have, don’t need. Throw all piles into wheelie bin.
ABC Kids is a fixture in our house. There are no ads, and it’s generally positive and educational. As a time-poor freelancer, it’s also taught me some unlikely business lessons.
You try telling a WAHM freelancer Netflix is not an essential part of the work week. The entrepreneurial spirit of Orange is the New Black. The practical tech tutorials of Silicon Valley. Legal advice aplenty in Suits.
It’s great to be a content genius in your head, and know just how much people would love your blogs if you just had time to put pen to paper (old school). But the first step must be … start.
Fear of selling and self-promotion can hold soloists back, and be the difference between sinking or swimming. Here’s how I got good at sales without breaking into a cold sweat.
Do you find it tough to get a reply to your emails? Do you have problems getting a straight answer? These four simple tips will help you get it right.
No one likes getting a complaint. When you are a small or solo business, it can seem impossible not to take it personally. But take the right approach, and you have a lot to gain.