No matter what your business size; entrepreneur to brick and mortar the area is the centre of your company.
By Jill Crossland – Well-known entrepreneurs should be honest about their entrepreneurial journey or risk becoming part of the problem.
PLOX originated after young entrepreneur Olivia Callaghan set up a summer camp for girls over eight years ago and continued it throughout her Edinburgh University degree before deciding to turn it into a full-time enterprise. PLOX is a combination of two of her most favourite things; children and creativity.
By Laura Tucker, Leadership coach, speaker & host of the Free Your Inner Guru™ Podcast
Your comfort zone has become a cliché. And just like most other clichés, there are truths at its core. But do you know there are at least as many myths floating around about the comfort zone as there are truths?
Do you want to start managing your time more efficiently? Check out this infographic by Jack Milgrim, Custom Writing.
By Dani Richeson
Entrepreneurial inspiration does not always come from sophisticated cities. Sometimes it takes a chance meeting, a shared vision and just the right small town lifestyle. How Dani Richeson “Followed Her Bliss” from Utah to London.
by Desja Walker – Owner of Haven Living, located on Vancouver Island
A “safe haven” was the initial concept that became the foundation on which I began to build my dreams and create the Haven Living all natural skin care…
Jill CrosslandJill Crossland is a business and marketing consultant who can take your business and social media to the next level. http://www.jbcrossland.com
It is so easy for entrepreneurs to slip into work first life second mode. Grabbing extra time in the evenings, weekends, on vacation to do just one more thing. Worried that if we stop something will slip through the cracks, a potential client will be …
YouInc’s recent article What Successful People Are Doing While You’re Sleeping In includes the usual advice that we have come to expect but the They’re Staying Sharp and They’re Staying Current are worth a closer read. I have always been somewhat surprised by how many …