As busy entrepreneurs, we expect ourselves to multitask. We foolishly believe that doing two things at once is like gaining an extra set of hands!
A logo is a visual symbol that represents your business and offers your potential customers a first impression of your business.
Call them what you want: guardian angel, business guru, consultant, guide, career coach, advisor, role model or Bob.
It turns out, while I’m the model of efficiency in someone else’s office, I am a giant procrastinator in my own office.
Treating your business as a business means being proud to tell everyone why you do what you do!
Building a loyal community takes time and effort, but it’s definitely worth it! Here are some tips to help you get your community started.
If your mission statement is so vague that any organization in the world could adopt it, then it doesn’t do you much good. A mission statement should tell you why you’re unique in the world.
I’ve realized how important it is to be intentional about adding activity into my workday; it’s too easy to let the hours speed by without a break.
When choosing a name for your business, consider the impact it will have on the outside world’s perception of your company.
While finishing my university degree, I was faced with the Choose Your Own Adventure-like scenario: what now? I had a number of options, most of which included working 9-5 in an office; I wasn’t convinced that was for me.