Be one hundred per cent clear about what it costs to run your business (II)

It was actually costing me $30000 to run my business every month and I was just making enough to cover the $20000 figure I had in my head—not enough to cover costs in reality. If I hadn’t picked this up it was only a matter of time before I went broke. Now I ask just about all of my clients if they know what it costs them to run their business and very few can accurately answer the question. Continue reading “Be one hundred per cent clear about what it costs to run your business (II)”

Be one hundred per cent clear about what it costs to run your business (I)

Do you know exactly (and I do mean exactly) how much it costs to run your business? If you don’t, relax—most business owners don’t. Most have a rough idea but not an exact amount. Well I can personally attest that this is one area of any business that needs to be looked at long and hard. Continue reading “Be one hundred per cent clear about what it costs to run your business (I)”

Want to Open a New Business? Choose the Right Scale :)

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There are many ways to make money. Some people like to work in an office, a company, a bank, a hospital, schools, and many more. They have professions such as manager, director, banker, teller, doctor, nurse, teacher, etc.

Many people the open do business in industry by themselves or with some partners. It is common that they begin their business with a small business. Running a small business is good for the beginners. Then with their experiences and the development in small business, they can make their business bigger than before. Continue reading “Want to Open a New Business? Choose the Right Scale :)”

Allow plenty of time to think—and less time to do (II)

With the exception of the odd kangaroo bounding across the road, it is relaxing and I find that as soon as I leave the outskirts of town my mind relaxes and I can start to think more clearly. As I drive along I think about the issues at the forefront of my mind, those that are most pressing. As the kilometres roll by these issues tend to resolve themselves and I either record notes or jot down my thoughts and ideas in my notebook. Continue reading “Allow plenty of time to think—and less time to do (II)”

Choosing a business laptops

One problem in years gone by for business men and women is that they could only use computers if they were behind their desks; as laptops and personal computers had not been invented, or were yet to reach the required proficiency, this resulted in a lot of time when these business people were unable to contribute work and lots of spontaneous opportunities could be denied of them. Thankfully the advent of laptops and portable devices means this is no longer the case and, as such, laptops have become integral parts of many an individual’s business model. As such choosing a laptop, a portable device which can connect the business person to their contacts and their work at all times, is essential. In order to ascertain what type of laptop an individual will need it is worth noting a few points about the nature of your business and what exactly the laptops will be used for. Study the below factors before making any choices: Continue reading “Choosing a business laptops”