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Health, Love and Your Productivity

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The beginning of a New Year always brings with it some degree of transition as we embrace a new start. Unfortunately, 2021 begins with a continuation of Covid. While the first phase found us re-connecting with home and family, the timing of this second wave …

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Welcome to Your New Home Office

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I am one of the lucky ones already running a business from home. Yet, recent events have even those of us well established at working from home feeling unsettled and distracted. Still, welcome to those of you who normally go to work in a brick …

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To Talk, or Not To Talk

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The phone call and you find yourself agreeing to give a talk to a local organization. Then, slowly ‘speakers’ remorse is setting in – was this right decision for you, your business and your schedule? The answer to this lies with how long you have …

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The Healthy Business

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As a business owner you (try to) take care of your health; monitoring sleep, exercise, and diet but how much thought do you give to the health of your company? And what does that look like? In recent years there has been a noticeable shift …

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The Dog Decided to Retire

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When I first set up a consulting office in my home running a company remotely was a relatively challenging concept. Things certainly have improved as local and international business is now successfully carried on from coffee shops, dining room tables and during walking meetings. One …

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You’re Unique & That Is Ok

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There you are sipping coffee and listening to the guest speaker. They sound knowledgeable; offering information and tips on how you can grow your business, improve your marketing, reach that customer!  After the presentation there is the inevitable plug outlining services and you like what …