Tag archive for ‘growth’
By Lara Scolari On Friday, November 16th, 2018

5 ways to re-motivate yourself

If you work as an entrepreneur or on your own, it can often be hard when you lose motivation, as with no line manager to report to, it can be tempting to say ‘I’ll do it tomorrow’. But putting things off only More...

By Lara Scolari On Wednesday, August 15th, 2018

How To Turn Your Hobby Into A Successful Career

Hobbies are those things that we do to distract us from our work lives – for many, it’s just a pipe dream that they would ever become anything more. But the bravest among us are those that take the leap and More...

By Rebecca Morley On Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Want a more successful business? Take the time to pause and reflect.

One of the biggest benefits my clients get from our time together in coaching sessions is simply taking the time to stop and think about what’s going on in their business or life. As business owners, we’re More...

By Rebecca Morley On Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

5 of the most important lessons I’ve learned

This is the first article I’ve written for My Entrepreneur, and I don’t mind sharing that I procrastinated about what to write for quite a while. Do I write something that tees up my business experience and More...

By Martina Mercer On Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

How to Manage Your Money as a Sole Trader

Many freelancers instinctively focus upon attracting clients and it is natural to concentrate upon this, particularly when starting out. As a newbie, you are undoubtedly keen to find new clients and gain commitments More...

By Stephane Ibos On Monday, May 30th, 2016

My Entrepreneur Magazine Special Focus: Catching the big fish

Entrepreneurs, business leaders, managers, and sales professionals – we all share a strong desire to win that one large contract that has the potential to change the face of our business. More often than not, More...

By Jordan Watson On Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

The great software debate: user experience vs. usability

In this article, Jordan Watson, FileMaker developer at We Know Data, highlights the importance of successfully balancing a mix of usability and user experience when commissioning a software developer. At a recent More...

By editor On Friday, February 12th, 2016

Have you had to re-boot your life?

Have you had to restart your life due to events or circumstances that you hadn’t anticipated? Voila Success and Lovely Silks Publishing are producing the ultimate book showcasing first hand personal accounts of More...

By Martin Hamilton On Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

How to navigate family relationships in business

There are multiple advantages that come with having a family business; benefits that aren’t often found in other enterprises. From building a more personal sense of trust between employees to avoiding the pitfalls More...

By Ian Buddery On Friday, December 18th, 2015

It’s all about the pitch: 4 elements of a winning elevator pitch

An instantly compelling elevator pitch is the holy grail of startup companies although I’m not entirely convinced. I think it’s more important to have an original, compelling and monetisable idea first– More...