Of course, this means that everything you do should be strategic and done correctly. Here are 10 steps to ensure you are networking strategically for your business and in the most effective way possible. Continue reading
Have you ever found yourself thinking, ‘I’m in the wrong job’ after being presented with your Accountant’s fees for your year-end tax work? You are not alone! Many small businesses fail to see value in the amount they spend with their Accountant. To minimise unnecessary accounting fees for year-end tax work, and maximise the value of working with your Accountant, follow my top five tips. Continue reading
Given the rapid pace with which things change on the internet, it is not uncommon for techniques or devices that were once regarded as best practice to quickly move to being considered worst practice. Outlined below are examples that we believe in the vast majority of cases will decrease, rather than increase, a website's chance of success: Continue reading
I can across this blog by Alison Green called 'Ask a Manager' which has great advice covering people in a job, applying for a job and those managing people.
So if you're not sure what the hell your manager is thinking, or how to ask for a raise, or whether you might be in danger of getting fired, or how to act in a second interview ... ask away.
We covered a lot of ground, but their CEO, Jenni Seton posed a very interesting question that I felt was worth exploring. The question went along the lines of figuring out how to remain relevant in a time when people tend to be narrow-casting. Continue reading