When it comes to business, there are so many things to consider… like contracts: do you need them?
Short answer: yes.
If you have a service-based business or any type of business where people are buying things from you, you need an agreement.
There are plenty of free ones you can find and alter to fit your needs, but you certainly can consult an attorney or legal service to help you craft one that’s up to snuff as well.
Having your ducks in a row is a vital piece of business. That’s why you need systems and procedures in place – the earlier, the better.
Systems and procedures are essential.
They make your business run much more smoothly and make your life easier. How?
Managing the overwhelm that happens can be a tough but necessary step. Is your head spinning this week?
I hear you. But let’s take a little bit of control over that rather than letting it rule your day.
What should you do?
When you have ideas swirling through your head, it can be hard to focus on productive tasks. Some call it squirrel-brain, some call it being a visionary… but one aspect remains the same: it’s extremely distracting when you KNOW you have things to do. Which brings us to the brain dump: do you or don’t you?
The short answer: Yes. Yes, you do.
If you don’t, you absolutely should.
When you are writing blogs, there are definitely some guidelines you can follow to ensure your searchability and allow the reader to have a great experience of value (to make them come back again and again). Let me share with you the blog breakdown: best habits here.
Some of those are as follows:
I will lead with my clause – some days are better than others. In no way do I follow this exactly every single day.
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With that out of the way, I do want to say that I keep myself fairly in check when it comes to deadlines and tasks. This includes what I want to do behind-the-scenes in my business and client work. (more…)