Features

Small business stress getting you down? Try these sleep tips!

- December 7, 2018 2 MIN READ

It can be very challenging to unwind during stressful times, given our bodies inbuilt mechanisms to produce adrenaline, cortisol and other ‘energy’ chemicals during challenging times. However, Cheryl Fingleson of Sydney’s The Sleep Coach has some tips that could help you catch some zees despite the stress. Findleson says with preparation, priority and practice a… Read more »

Experts

How to deal with times of stress

- July 21, 2017 3 MIN READ

What’s the best way to cope with stress during extremely busy periods during your year or the guaranteed element of the unexpected? I created this mantra for the leaders I work with. It’s an instant reboot for my high achieving, fast-paced clients when they hit roadblocks. A great leader can recognise the need to delegate.… Read more »

Business Basics

10 tips to enjoy the journey

- July 13, 2017 6 MIN READ

It’s not what happens to us it’s how we deal with things that counts. The more we strive, the more we take on responsibilities and this requires more decisions, balance and constant consideration. Here’s my 10 tips to keep momentum and enjoy the journey. Be consistent Consistency is key. Each day you should be doing… Read more »

Resources

How to manage stress and anxiety

- February 7, 2017 6 MIN READ

Working in a small business can be challenging. That’s why it is so important to take care of yourself. After all, you are the most important asset your small business has. Have you ever felt overwhelmed by looming deadlines, or a sense of feeling generally confused, easily distracted, forgetful, worried, anxious, quick to anger, easily… Read more »

Resources

Chasing debts: what are my options?

- January 23, 2017 3 MIN READ

Cashflow is the lifeblood of any small business and slow paying debtors are a common frustration that cause undue stress. This is something I see all the time and it is the low hanging fruit of improving your business cashflow. It just takes a little discipline. If your terms of business are say 30 days (meaning a… Read more »