Tag: plan

No More Excuses – Get Your Finances in Order

Financial stability affects how you live your life. It’s the difference between reaching your ambitions and making bad financial decisions that lower the quality of your life. But in order to achieve financial bliss, you need to work hard and make a plan that can set your priorities and finances straight. And to help you…
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Factors that Attract More footfall on Your Online Business

Online business is booming at a rapid pace, and the number of business getting online are just getting more and more. Generating revenue from the online world has become a primary business strategy for brands. Which leads us to the optimisation of the website and if getting and keeping traffic is a problem for you,…
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Plan, Test, Plan, Test And So On And So Forth

One of the fun things I’m doing with this new business is planning, then testing out how things work, then planning some more.  It is a never ending cycle, which will never result in perfection, but hopefully will result in a viable, healthy home care business. We are quickly discovering, that very few things go…
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Entrepreneur Tip: Take Care of Yourself

~by Haley Gray~ The hardest thing to do when you’re an entrepreneur is to take care of yourself. It’s true. If you’re anything like me, there are kids that need stuff, and they need to be driven somewhere. They also like to eat on a regular basis, have clean clothes to wear, and little things…
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How Do You Deal With Tragedy?

It was a tough week to be a Canadian last week. On Monday, Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent was struck by a hit and run driver in a targeted attack. On Wednesday, Corporal Nathan Cirillo was gunned down in cold blood as he stood guard at the National War Memorial at Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Canadians…
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Entrepreneur Interview – Stephen C. Allison

Stephen C. Allison Biography Stephen Allison is a former US Naval Officer, from Kansas City, Missouri. He let the good times roll in New Orleans where he attended Tulane University and he earned his MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Stephen has been to six continents and lived on three. He’s crossed the…
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Keep It Professional- Ask To Think It Over

In my article 7 Tips for Maintaining a Professional Attitude at Work, point number 2 is asking to think things over.  This is hugely important.  “Let me think it over” is infinitely more professional than say, “Over my Dead Body”, “What the ^&*( are you thinking?”, or any of a number of other phrases that…
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The Value of People

Most businesses that have grown past the point of having a single employee have been built with the people who work for the company.  Some people will have a positive effect on the corporate or company culture, and others will have a negative effect.   But every person will have an effect on the company.…
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Restoring Order in the Post Baby Chaos

My youngest is just about to turn 18 months.  18 long months after having a baby – and my life has not restored order.  But being number 4, this isn’t my first rodeo with restoring order after having a baby.  Here are some steps I find helpful in restoring order to my life post baby.…
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The Fatal Mistake Many People Make

I’ve had plenty of time watching new people in jobs over time, and it’s always interesting to see how they approach their jobs.  Many times, though, I see people who have huge goals, and they would like to achieve those goals yesterday.  The problem is that they fail to plan for exactly how much hard…
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