Building a solid team environment means more than having morning huddles and donuts in the breakroom. Your workplace should be a space that encourages team creativity, communication and collaboration and it starts with the physical space.
It doesn’t matter what type of business you’re starting, understanding and having control over your business finances is an essential part of your success. Most new entrepreneurs focus on product development, marketing, and brand building – but what happens when the profits start rolling in.
For many of us, the opportunity to work from home has been a long-term goal. Once you achieve it, it’s easy to fall into not-so-healthy routines (eating while working, working after hours… etc.). In addition, the health and safety precautions, often taken by employers and companies, become obsolete in our home office. And as a result, we often forget to implement changes and habits that will protect our body and mind.
You had a great store concept. You paid to have an amazing website created and stocked it with great products but you’re still struggling with driving traffic to your online store. Don’t get discouraged. There are a few things you can do to start getting eyes on your store and converting visitors to customers.
When you’re the boss, you have an immense responsibility – and if it’s your business you’re running, there’s even more pressure. Not only are you responsible for the success of your business, but you also have to ensure that your team is excited and happy about working with you. You want your employees to know that you care.
Ask any small business owner and she is likely to tell you that she desires to grow her company. Noone pursues entrepreneurship to flatline. And while there are always ways to improve and expand your business… growth doesn’t just mean more money. Expansion can also mean new things to consider and issues that you may not have faced in the past.