Managing your business from home can be challenging, but with a little bit of work to establish boundaries and routine, it can work for you and your team.
At the end of the day, you need cash flow, which means you need customers, which means you need to deliver a safe site to trade. So have a look at your operations, and do a bit of housecleaning to make sure that you can enjoy growth and prosperity through this coming season.
In these past six months we have seen massive losses that have been absolutely devastating right across the world. We have all had to dedicate ourselves to overcoming the challenges we’ve been facing in every area of our lives. Governments worldwide have allocated...
Today let’s reflect on your new normal: what you’ll return to as the dust settles on the coronavirus and the other global challenges we’ve all been facing. Lately, we have seen history being made, all of the worlds put the brakes on, and we’re in the very privileged...
By having a good look and understanding the weak points that have been exposed, we are taking the first step in changing them. Let’s take these lessons and turn them into some of our greatest strengths in business instead.
I think right now you could go off to university and study how to do business and life, or you could just roll up your sleeves and live it. Go out and learn the lessons that you need to learn along the way. Be reflective, be open minded, be connected to each other and continue to learn.
Only those playing the long game are going to win the long game. It’s true in business and in life.
One key thing about this time was that the things I considered certainties were put to the test, and I realised I don’t think you can ever be certain about anything, ever. This is actually a good thing, and you can step up to celebrate just how much benefit there is amidst the throes of uncertainty.
It might not be what you expected, but it is what you’ve got, so get busy and make the most of it! Like the old saying goes, tough times don’t last, but tough people do.