Lesson 1 is all about finding the little flickers of light. Lesson 2 and Lesson 3 are about the importance of people. Lesson 4 is about being kind to yourself and this one is about staying sane.
I learned 5 big lessons this year and I am sharing them here because I hope they will help someone else as much as they helped me. Lesson 4 is about being kind to yourself.
This post isn’t actually about your business. Its about the truth that 2020 highlighted – the important things in life are not things! Put people before profits.
In Lesson 1 I shared how two months ago my body betrayed me and I suddenly couldn’t work. You can read it here (it’s about being grateful, it’s worth reading…go look… I’ll be most grateful if you do…) My business is important to me. My clients are important to me. Being unable to work is […]
You want to embrace the future and take your business online, but you have no idea where to start - there are thousands of options out there, so how do you know which ones to choose?
We firmly believe the future is in the cloud and we have made it part of our mission to introduce people to the true wonders of the digital age. If you are new to the cloud, here are twelve reasons why we think going digital is the way forward.
Use these nine steps to create systems for every aspect of your business.
Good business systems enable efficiency and growth. One of the reasons that franchises are so successful, is that when you buy a franchise, you receive a set of their standard policies, procedures and systems. You can simply replicate what is working everywhere else.
When you hear the words “systems and processes” what comes to mind? Most people almost immediately think of software, but while putting the right software in place is really important, your software merely helps you implement or improve your systems – it isn’t the system itself.
Pharsyde is doing a series of blog posts designed specifically to raise awareness with regards to common statutory submissions: what they are, why they exist and when they are due. This post deals with the EMP501 Reconciliation