Where and how a small business owner chooses to manage their money can play an important part in the overall success of the company.
For clients with cash flow problems I make it a priority in my business coaching programmes to look at how bank services are being used. Read More
Many small business owners rely too heavily on their team to do the grunt work and carry the company.
A good boss is a reflection of what their ideal employee should strive to be. Read More
The saying “timing is everything” could not be more apt than when it comes to small business management.
Timing and opportunity are often what segregate successful businesses from those that flounder. A true entrepreneurial spirit is rooted in this belief. Read More
Being an effective operations manager does not always translate into being a great leader. Yet I have learned while business coaching that it’s a common misconception in small business management.
Leadership is about creating and communicating a vision, inspiring others, teaching others and promoting a positive business model. Read More
Running a modern and successful business demands a diverse skill set and knowledge and expertise beyond the scope of just one or two people.
The mum-and-dad mentality will render your business stagnant - one person simply cannot handle every aspect of running a company. Read More
“…Society has drummed into our heads that wanting wealth is a bad thing, one that will drive you to behave in ways that are unethical, corrupt and morally bankrupt.”
The appeal of being a small business owner is usually twofold: being your own boss, and making lots of money…no? Read More