Starting and establishing a new business is no easy task. From processing required documents, acquiring licenses, forging partnerships, product development and employee management, there are simply too many boxes to tick off before successfully launching a business.
Naturally, these tasks would take a large chunk out of your time. However, most of these are just done at the start of setting up the business.
Everyone knows that you can learn valuable lessons by making mistakes and failing at something, however, we avoid doing this the best we can. What we can do is learn from other entrepreneur’s mistakes and take on board their advice of how best to avoid them to help you have a better chance of success.
You can’t do everything yourself, you can give it a go but the results won’t be as satisfactory as they would be if you delegated your tasks out to people who are a lot better at it than you. Know what you’re skilled at and excel in that, leaving the rest to better suited people.
In recent years, more and more people are ditching the 9 to 5 office life and working from home.
There are pros and cons to working from home, as there is with any job situation, however, one of the cons of working from home is the possibility of becoming lonely and isolated.
Feeling this loneliness can lead to some serious consequences on your mental and emotional health, as well as your productivity and overall performance.
In this blog we’ll look at the different ways you can combat loneliness when working from home.
If you are like me, you have given your all to your manuscript and you can’t wait to see it in print. On every future author’s lips is, ‘to find a publisher or to self-publish, that is the question?’ Finding the right agent/publisher takes time and often they are only interested in authors who have proven themselves in the market or people with a massive social network. There are also many self-published books that just don’t look professional and they would never stand up against published books in the bookstore and you don’t want that for your creation either, right?
I couldn’t wait for my work to be in print so that I could get on with the rest of my life, so I decided to self-publish, but discovered it is a challenging and character building journey. There are many sharks out there looking to relieve the unsuspecting, naïve self-publisher of LOTS of money, promising to take the strain and make you into the next JK Rowling. Beware.
Incredible early bird offer! Made possible by the incredible support from our sponsors, Croft Myl, NatWest and Entrepreneurial Spark.
The conference is open to all women in business, business owners and entrepreneurs throughout the UK. Everyone is welcome! Let Just Balance motivate and empower you whilst providing you with lots of useful nuggets of information which you can take away and start using in your own business come Monday morning.
Inspirational speakers, motivational talks, a marketplace and a day of networking with other entrepreneurial business women, all in a picturesque setting with panoramic Pennine views.
We have high profile, world-class speakers including our keynote speaker, Debra Searle MVO MBE, who beat incredible odds to row single-handedly across the Atlantic.
When you’re a woman, balancing just comes naturally. From organising the household, the children, the social life to running a business, women just do it and this is what inspired us to call our very first conference, Just Balance.
There will also be a marketplace where entrepreneurial business owners will be showcasing their products and services. Ladies, it is also a chance to shop!
Tickets are currently being sold at an amazing early bird discount and when they’re gone, they’re gone! They can be bought on the L4N UK website here.
We look forward to seeing you there!