Entrepreneurs survive by growing their blog business each and every day, month over month, year after year. Growth is necessary for your blog and can be an easy process if you decide on 3 areas of focus that your business needs right now. The easiest way to determine what’s important enough is by setting standards for your business that are always present. Once you’ve narrowed down those focus areas, then set your goals to enhance them. Read more
Being boss often means that you have more task s on your plate then you can handle. One of the best ways to get everything done in your business that blogs is to hire someone that you can outsource the menial tasks to. Once you know what to look for in a virtual assistant, it’s time to hire one and release your tight grip on the overwhelming abundance of administrative crap you know you have sitting on your desk right now. Be a great boss to that perfect virtual assistant and your business will bloom. Read more
We are in the business of making income. You better be. Not meeting goals and not earning money keep you a hobby blogger. The one thing that differentiates a true business that blogs from a hobby is income. Dinero. Moolah. Cashola. You need to get it in order to grow and to finance your business and family needs. Setting an income goal isn’t feasible if there isn’t some truth and facts behind it. Let’s learn how to calculate how many clients you need to earn big money. Read more
The definition of productivity is often confused with busyness. Just because you are scrambling around your little pink office, doesn’t necessarily mean you are completing your to-do list efficiently; or at all. Productivity is the act of producing something (go figure) and in order to produce ladies, we must actually finish. Completing a project requires efficiency, preparation and following 5 steps to a productive day. Read more
Staying organized has to be at the top of every entrepreneurs to do list. There simply isn’t any room within a profitable business for chaos and happenstance. All of the goals that you’ve set for growth won’t mean anything if you can’t focus on implementing a schedule to complete them. You must organize your work day using a planner or electronic calendar in order to be successful. Don’t you agree?