Our Shoebox Slayer, Gail, loves building templates that can be used in everyday life, from Daily Cash Budgets to Fixed Asset Sub-Ledgers with Monthly Depreciation (you love those too right? No? Maybe you need Gail…).
Are you working in philanthropy? Fundraising is a team sport, and Cathy Mann has been on that team since 1989, raising between $500,000 and $5,000,000 in benevolent revenue for charitable organizations throughout her career.
Sometimes, it feels like doing something is better than doing nothing, but the reality is… doing nothing is better than doing something wrong. A little rest, lifting your foot off of that gas pedal, and giving yourself some breathing room can be the most effective bit of work you’ve done in weeks.
You need teammates who share your values, and value your customers. By working with the right people to disrupt an industry, the industry becomes stronger, more work is created for everyone, customers receive better service and products - and they keep coming back for more.
Do you ever find yourself staring at your computer screen, with no motivation to get your work done? Let’s help you get out of that rut and into a more productive and focused mindset, shall we? How? With music!
Gail H. Jones is more than a life coach; as a registered psychologist specializing in professional women, she develops workshops and provides individual support that helps you design the bottom line of your life.
Planning of any kind - business, financial, personal - actively creates success. The truth is that creating and making use of plans (reviewing, updating) actually improves whatever aspect of your world that you’re working on. It doesn’t have to be boring, and it doesn’t have to be restrictive. A plan is simply a map, not a cage.
Having a web presence for your business is incredibly important, especially if you don’t have a physical storefront. Whether you hire a pro to create your website or decide to build your own, it helps to know what tools are available. Here are just a few suggestions to get you started.
We’ll admit to having a little crush on Crystal & Heidi of Project House, the company that manages your HR, creative, and operations projects. We love collaborating with them - they create, and we maintain!
We have been in love with Jennifer since the first day she joined us. She’s kind, personable, thoughtful, and she gets it done. When it comes to slaying, we need people like Jennifer on our side (and so do you!).
Confidence does not come in a handy little package at birth, along with the colour of your eyes and the size of your hands. Confidence does not suddenly arrive at the attainment of that one big goal. Confidence does not come from the admiration of others.
It can be tough enough to run your own business, and tough enough to run a family - doing both at the same time is the definition of high-pressure! Enter Entrepreneur Mom Now, an online village that provides peer mentorship, learning, and networking in a warm and cooperative atmosphere.
You may be thinking, “Between back-to-back calls and meetings each day, I’m lucky to find the time to check and reply to emails! How am I supposed to find the time to make social media posts to a variety of sites, too?!” We hear you. That’s where the following apps come in.
Janice is a fountain of knowledge and experience that we’ve come to rely on during both growth and crisis. When we’re solving finance related problems or just want someone to tell us where we went wrong, we can count on Janice.
The start of a new year....You likely have a million ideas right now (Start a podcast! Spend more time on Twitter! Run a contest!), and while you can't do all the things, you should do some of the things. What will be tough is deciding which projects to take on, and where to spend your all-too-limited budget.
If you are looking at this time of year as your end/beginning, we invite you to take a bit of a perspective shift. While we believe - deeply - in the importance of ongoing review, goal setting, and planning, we also believe that you have your very own "year", and that your end/beginning should occur around it.
When was the last time you put yourself first, ahead of your business? If you can’t even remember, chances are that it has been too long. Take it from us: you need to. After all, productivity isn’t just about working harder; it’s also about working smarter, and self-care is an important component of productivity.