This week I was struck down with a flu… my first since going freelance last year. When I was an employee and got sick, it was relatively easy to take a few days, even a week, off. There was always someone to handle my client deadlines for me or at least manage expectations until I got back. And the financial impact was minimal.Continue reading
In my consulting practice, I come across business owners at all stages of their business’ life. This week, I realised that starting and running a business is full of Catch-22 scenarios. For those not familiar with the term, a Catch-22 is a requirement that cannot be met until a prerequisite requirement is met, however, the prerequisite cannot be met until the original requirement is met.Continue reading
The March issue of Peer News, our digital newsletter, is out now!
In this month’s issue of Peer News:
- We tell you about our coming workshop at The Lounge presented by Modewest Business & Lifestyle Magazine, Managing Your Everyday Money: Cashflow and Budgeting for Small Business, and give you a chance to book one of the limited spots!
All small business owners know that it can be a hard road in the beginning. This week, I thought I would research just how hard it is for small businesses in NSW, statistically speaking. I found some interesting things so I thought it was time to ride the Infographic train and put it in pictures! Continue reading
It’s trendy these days to walk around saying that “hope is not a strategy” but I know many entrepreneurs and business owners who say they couldn’t have got very far without hope… me being one of them! Hope is what keeps us doing what we do even in the face of peril… and poverty!Continue reading