As a small business owner, you have to wear many hats and juggle plenty of tasks throughout your work week. It can seem overwhelming, and you might wonder how you can stay more organized and maintain your productivity.
I think one of the most common mistakes managers make is not challenging their staff. Managers spend so much time with their workers that they tend to become complacent and fail to provide challenges, which are so critical to helping their staff grow.
I always laugh when people comment that I seem to be very productive. I think it is based on the illusion created by social media, when all we see are celebrations of finished blog posts, or program announcements, media coverage or photos of glamorous travel.
For some companies, telecommuting can be a beneficial option. In a telecommuting arrangement, you use telecommunications technology in place of the commute back and forth to the office. It usually involves working from home, although it might also mean using a satellite office.
Putting things off can be an expensive form of self deception. The art of the start can be difficult because our internal conversations can paralyze and freeze. The reasons our mind conjures up are extensive and many.
You need to work on getting traffic to your website through the search engines. Google, Yahoo, and Bing are the #1 referral traffic source for retail websites (35%). Social media ranks fifth out of six (2.4%)!
Teleworking, or the process of working from a remote location, is becoming an increasingly popular career option, and it’s not hard to understand why. When companies give their employees the option to work remotely, there can be numerous benefits for everyone involved.
As a small business owner who’s driven to achieve success, it can be easy to let time get away while focusing on work. Work-vacation balance tips can help business owners who feel they must bring work along with them on vacation.
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