“The customer is always right” is an adage many of us grew up hearing, and perhaps reciting. And in many respects it’s true; without customers or clients, none of us would have a business. But customers can sometimes cross the line and go far beyond what is reasonable when it comes to the demands they make on business owners and their employees.
When you dreamed about breaking away from the 9-5, you may not have thought about the dark side of being your own boss. I’ve been my own boss for about two and a half years now, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world. But here are a few things that I know now that I wish I had known before making the transition from the corporate world to the world of self employment.
Let’s face it; blogging mistakes happen, and none of us are perfect. This is especially true when starting out. The great news is, there are solutions to all of these common blogging mistakes.
Below are five common blogging mistakes, and how to avoid them!
Have you ever thought of writing a Kindle book but feel overwhelmed by the thought of writing a whole book? If so, one possible solution is to write your Kindle book one blog post at a time!
Finding a great virtual assistant can really help you to move forward in many aspects of your business. But when it comes to finding a VA, you may wonder if you should hire one who works for an agency, or one who is on her own.
As is often the case, there are pros and cons to both options.
Here are a few things to consider when you’re trying to decide if it’s better to hire a solo VA or a virtual assistant who works for an agency.
If you’re like many bloggers, you struggle to find time to blog. In fact, the feeling of not having enough time is one of the biggest and most challenges when it comes to blogging.
I’ve found that batching and time blocking can both increase blogging productivity.
Here’s how it works:
A lot of business owners believe that content marketing, including blogging, is important, and yet feel that they don’t have time for it. If that describes you, I totally understand how you feel, because no doubt about it, blogging can be very time consuming!
The great news is, you can indeed have a successful blog in as little as 30 minutes a day!