If you're a start-up or considering one, don't think its going to be all sweet from the get go.
For every business that shoots to the top theres a heap on the scrap pile below.
But schools dont teach them. So it’s up to parents to educate their children how to properly save money, spend wisely, stick to a budget and turn into financially savvy adults.
Online, cloud, collaborative are all terms used. Business is no longer about a big file server and everything being on site.
And there’s plenty of providers wanting your business.
Often we wonder how some people spread themselves thin but get it done.
Answer – Organisation. And with technology these days it should be easier than ever.
With Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive and many more, some individuals and businesses alike have embraced having their data and file stored for them and available anywhere.
From a business perspective though, the transition can be a nightmare. So how do you avoid this? I'll give you my experience.
But if employees can take holidays (with the leave loading) why do owners not think they can?
How do we apply this principle in business, and making sure that as business owners were abiding by the law? And not only the law, but ethically also?
What I've seen for sure is that rarely can you do just one thing once and expect that the buyers are going to come flooding through the doors, virtual or otherwise.
Now if only business people had the "stage presence" to recognise where their business is at and what needs to be done accordingly.
And depending on what stage the business is at, the owner could be experiencing a few different emotions - excited, proud, disillusioned and frantic are just a small example.