5 Tips – Setting SMART Goals

5 Tips – Setting SMART Goals When setting goals, if we choose SMART goals, they are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time based.   This means the goals are very clear and easily understood. Both in our personal lives and business career, it is important to have goals, because without goals, we are not in charge.  […]

5 Strategy Plan Tips for Growing your Business

Work “On” your Business with a Strategy Plan In the first few years as a business owner you are focused on growing your business as quickly as possible that you are totally immersed in the day to day operations.  Once your business is established and you are ready to take it to the next level, […]

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Google Rolls Out Mobile-friendly SEO Search Update

Mobile-friendly Google Guide Effective April 21, 2015, Google announced on its blog it will boost the ranking of mobile-friendly websites, when searches are from mobile devices.  With 68% of people checking for websites from their mobile device, Google says its about time you stopped tapping, zooming and squinting to find information.  It isn’t easy to […]

Are You Breaking Through The Glass Ceiling?

What This Founder Says About The Glass Ceiling This quote by Heddi Cundle, Founder of Big Cheese, My Tab Inc. in the infographic below says it all. “[Understand that] you do not need a male founder to grow your business.  The more female founders breaking the glass ceiling, the faster venture capitalists and angel investors […]

7 Tips – How to Pitch to Investors

Investors see hundreds of pitches by start-up companies and the reality TV program, Shark Tank,  receives thousands of applications from aspiring entrepreneurs who are sure they have invented the ‘next best thing’.    The companies that pitch successfully, are the ones that understand the fundamental concepts.  You are probably not pitching to a reality show for investment […]

Do you know when it’s time to Pivot your business?

When should you  Pivot your business? For popular indie band Walk off the Earth (W.O.T.E.) , that time was 2012. According to Marketing Magazine, early that year Walk Off The Earth was $60,000 in debt. The band had been around for several years, often driving for 20 days, performing four shows for just a few hundred […]


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