Every time I attend an event such as the Wimbiz 2017 Annual Conference, I have two reasons and in the end, two different learning categories. Learning something new is a given and the networking is, no doubt, matchless but what matters the most is the inspiration that comes with spending those two days with women from different walks of life usually with different philosophies, levels of success and sectors foreign to mine.
Us entrepreneurs are a funny breed. You could say we’re contradictions. To start a business, you need to be willing to throw caution to the wind. But, to make it last, you need to plan everything down to the fine details. So, we need to be spontaneous, while also making detailed plans. Sound difficult? That’s because it is.
But, if you’ve got the spontaneity sorted, the planning aspect may not be as tricky as you’re thinking. There are countless guides online which can help you develop the skill.
In life, it’s useful to have a five-year plan. This way, you have something to aim towards. This would also be a good place to start with your business. From the off, you should think where you want to be in five years time, and how you can get there. To help you decide, here are some of the things which should feature.
As a business owner, you will continuously be looking for ways to improve the efficiency of your business, better customer service, and increase sales. Apps, whether it be your own or someone else’s, can be incredibly useful tools for just this. You will be surprised by just how much apps can help to improve the day-to-day running of your business. Here are some of the best ways that they can help.
There’s no escaping the fact that the digital age is here and growing in strength each day. More and more business are taking themselves online to reach a wider audience of potential clients and consumers, and some companies begin their journey in an internet setting. If you’re the owner of a retail store and feel the time is right to take yourself online so that your business can grow; there’s no better time to get things underway that right now. Competition is fierce, and there will be plenty of other choices regarding what you offer and sell, for customers to choose from, so you need to ensure that you’re off to a great start.
When you first start your blog, you may find that it’s something that you do just for fun. When you have a passion for writing, or the topic that you’re covering, you can find yourself starting a blog out of pure enjoyment. But before long, you may realize that you have the potential to turn it into something much more. Because blogs can often become legitimate businesses in their own right. In fact, some bloggers can make an incredible income from writing about what they love. You just have to start thinking of your blog as a business and not as a hobby.
When you’re not used to the business world, or you’ve never really thought about running your blog in any way other than how you do it now, you may have no idea where to start with this. So you’ve come to the right place. The blogging world can be quite complex, but when you do start to treat yours like the business you want it to be, it will all start to feel so much more natural. If you’re ready to start making some money from your blog, and turn it into a profitable enterprise, then here are ten things that will help you to do that.
Sunnydale School is 20! I remember when I heard Sunnydale School opened in 1997, I secretly wished I could attend but it was too late as I was in secondary school at the time!Decades later and with my daughter attending as a preschooler, I can’t help but smile at how life works out sometimes. By the way, this is not a sponsored post. Enjoy!
It’s been a week and I still have no words to describe the Truth Conference, oh wow! I’m going to keep it short, therefore, and let the pictures do the talking.
If you have been following this blog, you will have perceived my genuine skepticism at conferences and their effects on our lives but there was no doubt with The Truth Conference! It turned out that I did not stay very long as I was beyond tired from a long week so, as I walked in, I asked God to help me connect with Him in my tired, not-really-able-to-muster-much –participation state.