Time – we all want more of it, but what if you didn’t need more time at all? What if by making some simple changes to your day, you could recoup some of the time you lose each day instead? How much more productive would you be? How much more time would you have to spend doing the things you enjoy rather than working?
Now, I want you to stop thinking about what it would be like, and instead, take the steps to make it your reality. You don’t have to make big changes to regain five minutes here and there throughout your day. Over an eight hour (or more) work day, a bunch of five minutes adds up. Continue reading “5 Tips To Reduce Interruptions And Get More Done”
Have you heard about ransomware—or maybe even been victimized by it? Although this form of cyberattack has been around for a while, it’s becoming more insidious and more widespread, Symantec reports—and it’s also striking more and more small businesses.
Ransomware attacks work like this: Hackers infiltrate your business network, encrypt your data and then hold it for ransom, refusing to un-encrypt it until you pay up. Continue reading “How To Protect Your Business From Ransomware”
Public speaking is an excellent way to drive publicity for your business. By establishing yourself as a subject matter expert in your industry, you can get in front of audiences of people at events around the world. That kind of exposure can result in more business for you. Continue reading “5 Ways To Be A Better Public Speaker”
Please join me in welcoming Jane Willmott to the team of contributing writers for Women on Business. You’ll be able to read Jane’s articles very soon! In the meantime, you can get to know her by reading her bio below.
Jane Willmott is an Impact Business Coach for Entrepreneurs with a message/gift/passion that they want to get out into the world and make impact with. Continue reading “Jane Willmott Joins The Women On Business Contributing Writers Team”
Have a question? Log into Quora and ask. Chances are people will answer. Of course, every answer won’t be great, but that’s to be expected when anyone can answer any question published on the site. Continue reading “How To Use Quora To Build Your Personal Brand And Business Brand”
Juggling the incessant demands of being a full-time parent with the pressing needs of running a full-scale business would even have Superwoman balking in fear.
But for the many “mompreneurs” who manage to run successful businesses while also overseeing their children at home, it’s just another day in the office. Continue reading “Mompreneurs: Make Sure You’re Not Making These 7 Mistakes In Your Business”
Venture capital funds capitalized and run by major corporations are becoming more popular, and are commonly referred to as “venture capital arms” or “corporate venture arms.” For example, companies such as Google, Qualcomm, Comcast, Dell, Microsoft, Nokia, and Intel all have professional active venture arms. Continue reading “Startups Seeking Funding Should Consider Corporate Venture Capital Arms”
Ok, so this post isn’t about me and it’s not about falling in love. It’s about finding great partners. But if you can’t find a great life or love partner, how will you know the right business partner? I have learned so much by my mistakes. Continue reading “Partners And W3 – Choose Your Partners Wisely”
Transitioning from being a full-time employee to an entrepreneur means approaching the way you do taxes differently. For anyone who is new to being self-employed (from a sole proprietor to a part-time business owner), your tax obligations now include filing an annual return and paying an estimated quarterly tax. Continue reading “5 Questions New Business Owners Need To Ask About Estimated Taxes”
After you quit your job because you were frustrated at how little you earned despite how hard you worked to help your company achieve its bottom line, you may have started your own online business with high hopes of improving your financial outlook.
However, what if, after a few years, you do a financial analysis to diagnose the health of your company and discover that you actually made more money working at your corporate job? What should you do, then? Go back to your previous job where you worked long hours with little to show for it? Double down on your efforts to make your company succeed?
Here’s the thing: working harder at what’s not working isn’t going to change the results. What you need to do to stay in the game is to revamp your marketing. Continue reading “Tweak Your Marketing To Improve Your Financial Outlook”