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Period Planning Tips To help You Meet Your Biz Goals!

Period Planning Tips To help You Meet Your Biz Goals!

Planning is essential in your business that blogs. Period planning is a way to ensure that you treat each particular period as if it were most important and separate from any others. Act as if it is your full year; the end all be all so to speak. No time for messing around if your goals are set and met within a shorter time frame. Period planning works to meet your goals. Read more

6 Success Rules of Business You Need to Learn – to thrive as a Lady Boss

6 Success Rules of Business You Need to Learn – to thrive as a Lady Boss

Success is different for every Lady Boss. Some deem success by their bank account. Some by the amount of followers they have. Others by the connections they’ve made with family.  For my business that blogs, it’s all of these that help me define success. Success is best achieved when you have set a plan to achieve it.  You are the boss. Create your own rules. Follow these 6 success rules of business and you’ll grow something amazing; sooner rather than later. Read more

Awesome ways to grow your biz income with + without much effort!

Awesome ways to grow your biz income with + without much effort!

Grow a business that blogs and you will undoubtedly grow your income too. Blogging is a way to promote what your business has to offer. You won’t earn income if you refuse to get out of your comfort zone and hide behind the laptop. Whether your business is selling a product or you are providing clients a service; adding additional income is always welcome.  Here are several awesome ways to grow your biz income with + without much effort. Read more

Productivity tips to avoid just looking busy at work (we’ve all done it)

Productivity tips to avoid just looking busy at work (we’ve all done it)

Working as an employee outside the home was my way of life for many years. I had several bouts of entrepreneurship between working for local companies. I loved the people and my position but inevitably longed to do my own thing permanently. One of the things I hated most about working the old 9 to 5 was those moments when I was caught up and didn’t have much to do. Felt like such a waste. Now, I’ve learned several productivity tips to avoid just looking busy at work. Read more

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