We are at an unprecedented time in history and in our lives. You, as an entrepreneur, may be dealing with a big set of unknowns right now, for everything from your work to your home life to where your groceries are coming from.
Day to day
Password management apps can make your life much easier. Tired of trying to remember all your passwords? Stuck resetting every time your saved logins get wiped out? Turn to a password management app.
Have you ever considered using a label maker for business? More commonly associated with labelling kids’ clothes and school supplies, label makers may have a place in your business.
Are you finding time to work ON your business, or do you feel like you are just stuck in a hamster wheel? Perhaps you are in a rut, and don’t realize it. With just a few changes, you can approach your business with a new outlook. You may have heard of all of the following concepts, but are you applying them to your own business? Make the time.
A poem about consulting from a home-based office. An ode to my experience, complete with trials and tribulations.
You see the ball flying toward you, but you somehow can’t get out of the way. You’re too busy looking at all the other options – run, jump, dive, heck, even duck. All you need to do is stick your glove in front of the ball, but you can’t even do that. You can’t move a muscle.
Even when the economy is in the dumpster, opportunities abound for consultants paying attention.
8 consulting lessons they don’t teach you in school – From setting rates to firing clients, university curriculum doesn’t quite cover the ins and outs of consulting! Here are 8 consulting lessons that you won’t learn in academia:
1. Marketing doesn’t have to be a pain.
Whether you are a just getting started as a consultant or whether you’re a seasoned veteran, chances are you will need a consulting website. Gone are the days where a business card will suffice when it comes to marketing your consulting business. You’re going to need a website.
Wow, I must say I’m floored. When we sent out the invitation for Consultant Journal readers to take part in tonight’s free teleseminar, I was hoping that we might get 10 people to register. I’m being really honest here – it’s my first time doing something like this for Consultant Journal and I wasn’t sure how readers would respond. I felt there was a good chance many of you felt “stuck” in your lives, but I had no idea so many of you would be keen to listen in. (By the way, if you aren’t able to make the call, you can still register and listen to the recording later.)