Monthly Archives: March 2012

Want it, Think it, Do it, Become it.

Humans are amazing. If we want to do something bad enough and believe we can, we will find a way. Take for example, the space race, (a little before my time I know, but I feel is one of our greatest achievements to date. Too bad it was for all the wrong reasons.) Back in [Read More]

Posted in Personal Improvement

Continuing Your Education

Take time to improve your skills and knowledge. Take at least 1hr a week to learn something new. Read an article or a chapter in a book. Watch a tutorial. Go to a class, seminar, or training program. What ever it might be, take some time to improve your knowledge and gain a new skill. [Read More]

Posted in Business Improvement, Personal Improvement

A Healthy Staff may Save You Money

Small
business owners who invest in wellness programs may see monetary
benefits as well as a more productive staff. Research suggests that for
every $1 spent on worksite health promotion programs, a company can see
an average of $2.43 in savings related to fewer sick days and health care costs. The savings also include the added benefits of:

Improve morale
Improve [Read More]

Posted in Employee Management, Financial

Not Another Evaluation Article!

You know how your staff is performing; you know whether or not you want to give a raise to a deserving staff member, so why on earth do you need staff evaluations? For the small business owners who still do not give yearly evaluations, let me give you a few more reasons why this is [Read More]

Posted in Business Management, Employee Management

The Power of an Email Address

Your email says a lot about you and your business. So much so that an email address can actually lose you business. An email address like all things a client or potential client see is part of your business’s image. Your business’s image is any thing your client or potential client sees and is a [Read More]

Posted in Image & Marketing

I can’t give up now

For as long as I remember I’ve always had to complete what I started mentality. You can partly blame my parents for instilling such values. I can blame the rest on myself for pushing myself even further. But really is that such a bad thing? I don’t give up no matter what. It is my [Read More]

Posted in Business Management, Personal Improvement
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