When you work from home, you’re going to need an office that’s fit-for-purpose and contains everything you need for a productive working environment. With a home office, you can forget about the constraints you might have faced working for a business or organisation and really start with a blank canvas. The possibilities for your home office are endless, so if you’re looking for an idea of how to get started, then you’ve come to the right place. Find out more about how to design your dream home office.
It’s always a good feeling when you start to see some growth in your online business and an even better one when that growth just keeps coming. But what’s the next step? Maybe it’s time to consider whether your online business might benefit from brick-and-mortar style premises. If you have thought long and hard and feel that moving your business into the ‘real world’ is a good, strategic move for you, then here are three things you need to be thinking about when making up your budget.
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Having a great business idea which sells products and services that people actually want is just the start. To be a success, not only do you need to do well but you need to do better than your competitors. The marketplace is saturated with businesses, many competing for the same customers. Regardless of how niche your company is, you can bet there are others out there who are doing something similar. In order to not only compete but get ahead there are a few things that your business should be doing. Here are some ideas!
A lot of the world’s biggest companies first started out from a home office or – in the case of Steve Jobs and Apple – a garage. And the idea makes total sense, when you consider the costs of renting or buying an office tend to be far too high for a business that isn’t turning a profit yet. That said, home-based businesses do have some significant downsides, which you need to be aware of before you get started on your business. Here are some of the problems you might face, and some essential guidelines to follow.
If you’re a business owner, you should know that your employees are super important to the growth and success of your company. They will support you, bring things to the table that you can only dream of, and help you to build the empire you envisioned when you were just starting out. However, keeping your employees engaged and satisfied is absolutely crucial. It’s all too easy for your employees to feel demotivated and stop producing the high quality of work that they once produced, no matter how long they have worked for your company.
I’m always in my own head. When I’m awake, asleep, whatever. I’m always pondering over something or the other, asking questions. Why did that happen? Why did he do this? What should I have done differently? This mistake I made hurts so much, how would things have turned out if I had taken a different decision? The questions are endless. They are with in the car, they are with me at my desk. They are hovering around in my sleep, haunting me.
Usually, I find an issue to worry about per time, thinking and overthinking it. A lot of times, each matter gives way to another and other times, I draw lessons from them.
As a Creative Entrepreneur who never set out to be one, I started 2017 wondering what I was doing and how I was going to do it. I took the plunge anyway and I would like to share some of my most personal experiences and possibly encourage someone.
My name is Olufunmilayo Omolabake Ajibade (nee Balogun) I was born into a Muslim background on the 16th June 1986. My parents broke up when I was just 2 years old. That separation led me to start living with my uncle and his wife, which is my paternal uncle.
The split-up had me putting up with four different families while growing up and that gave me a lot of sad experiences, such that nearly ruined my life. I was maltreated and raised with so much hatred and bitterness by the ones I called my family. At the age of thirteen years old I was sexually molested by my own uncle. It was a painful experience that I’m unable to forget. I had no one to care for me or my needs. All I wore throughout my teen days are worn out and torn clothes passed unto me by my cousins.