Archive for the ‘Business expansion’ Category

There is a growing and justified concern about the seemingly acceptable practice of using Interns as very cheap (or free) labour, sometimes to the detriment of current employees.

When scrutinized, many arguments justifying ROI specifically delivered by social media are dead in the water. But it’s The Big One for businesses that are encouraged and cajoled to sink valuable time and/or money (usually both) into a digital tsunami they know is coming because their familiar shoreline has just been sucked out beyond their vision.

While it is supposedly key to their success, SMEs often have an uneasy relationship with the Internet. It’s a problem with many dimensions. Maybe the logical answer is to find ways to empower SMEs to get the information they need. So here’s an idea.

Uncertainty is so omnipresent right now. It evokes varying emotions given all the disruption we’re dealing with. And yet, disruptors are merely…

Many a great plan for growth has succeeded or died due to the business owner’s ability to manage his or her thoughts and feelings. No matter what is driving the growth, there are three questions to answer…

Horizons of Focus is an excellent tool for enabling you to look at your life from different perspectives and as a guide for focusing your day to day activities…

While success is nothing to do with money, survival is everything to do with creativity. It’s an innate part of us and a measure of our ability to evolve as a species. However, we all too often shift responsibility from ourselves to others.

Quick question-where is your business going this year? In light of all the economic turmoil we’ve experienced in the last few years, there is a sense of pride that we’ve survived so far. The logical…

Anyone who has read my Bloggertone posts for the last year will know that I have a keen passion about productivity and making oneself more effective. The Pomodoro Technique is a productivity approach…

Let me start by saying that I don’t consider myself a blogging expert, in fact, I consistently find how little I know each day, in how much more there is left for me to still find out. That said I have learned…