As an entrepreneur, you set big goals, work constantly around the clock and go above and beyond with everything you do. When you’re this busy and life is hectic all the time, it’s very easy for you to fall into a bit of a slump and end up getting stressed, burnt out and lack that all-important motivation to keep going.
Staying happy, fulfilled and spending time on your well-being is crucial to having a successful life, both personal and in business.
We’ve pulled together a list of ways you can deal with your busy working lifestyle to help maintain balance, keep your motivation levels high and stay happy.
You always need to remember, networking isn’t about the hard sell. Networking is an opportunity to form relationships that could possibly turn into a client, colleague or even just a friend. Though networking can sometimes seem like a chore that you’d rather not do, it’s always important to do, as many opportunities can come through networking and is a key way to put yourself out there and promote your business.
It’s easy to pay, turn up, pass around your business cards and get nothing out of it, instead seize the networking opportunity and get the most out of your time. Here are some tips to help you do just that.
Being more organised at work means you’ll automatically become more productive, less stressed and less frustrated on a day-to-day basis. Not everyone is blessed at being naturally organised but, it’s not difficult to make some small changes in your life to get your business and workspace organised.
Although there will be days where chaos will just creep up on you, there are certain tricks to keep yourself organised and on track no matter what.
One of the biggest mistakes a manager can make is withholding information. Why would they intentionally withhold information? It turns out it’s all to do with power and control. By seizing control of important information, they’re reducing the trust bestowed upon them and this can affect employee relations.
A real leader should be transparent and more than happy to share information with the team. Even such a simple step can help increase the trust gained from all the team. Below, we’ll be looking at the four things all excellent leaders should do, as it can have a positive impact on the work produced, respect you gain and problem-solving.
When a new year comes around, many people see this as the perfect opportunity to start fresh, kick some habits, learn new skills and set some resolutions that they want to stick to during the New Year.
However, it’s said that 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by February, which means the odds of you sticking to them and achieving them aren’t that high. Luckily though, you have us!
Below we’re going to give you a few tricks to help you achieve your New Year’s resolution during 2018.