When you’re a small business owner, burnout is something that you hope you never have to deal with. It’s a word that evokes fear since it implies you can no longer handle your business operations. That’s why it’s necessary that you take the proper steps on how to avoid burnout in the first place. Here’s how!
delay it any longer – your business needs some extra support.
decision to hire someone is only your first step. You now need to decide what’s
best for your business – hiring a freelancer or an employee. In this article,
I’ve outlined the main differences between the two to help you make the best
decision for your small business.
Summertime is known for relaxing, taking vacations and spending
quality time with family and friends. But as a business owner, it can be hard
to take a break from your day-to-day operations to truly enjoy the season.
For me, seeking flexibility in my work schedule was a reason I left the traditional world of 9-5 careers. I wanted to be able to take a Friday afternoon off in the summer if I so desired – without having to get approval from a boss. Even so, the only way I can truly enjoy time off during the summer guilt-free is knowing that I’m up to date on my business tasks.
Curious how to improve business efficiency so that you can better enjoy the summer? Check out the following four tips I’m using in my business.
The call started out innocently enough: “Are you Sarah McKenzie, the copywriter?”
“Yes, how can I help you?” I responded.
“I own a dance studio and have questions about using copyrighted music in my classes. Do you know the legalities surrounding that?”
this wasn’t the first time that my copywriting
services have been confused with copyright
services, I decided it was
time to write a blog on the topic.
they’re both pronounced the same way, the meaning of each word is completely
different. Here’s the main difference between copywriting and copyright – and
how to know when to use each term correctly.
Working from home presents a ton of benefits including a short commute, comfortable work attire and lack of office distractions. But like most other things in life, with the good comes the bad – unless you know how to avoid them! Here are four of the biggest mistakes you can make when working remotely, like many of us are now doing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As entrepreneurs, the COVID-19 pandemic presents even more for us to worry about: What will this mean for our business’s financial future? How are we going to sustain ourselves during this crisis? Will we even have a business when this is all over?
Here are four tips to follow to make the most out of the unusual situation we currently find ourselves in.