Nobody talks of entrepreneurship as survival, but that's exactly what it is and what nurtures creative thinking.
Stress is caused by lots of things, but not exercising and not eating properly do nothing to help.
Pressure and stress is the common cold of the psyche.
New research suggests sole traders have cut their working hours back more than any other group in the last decade.
Each day, Taskmaster generally tells you to do something. Today, I am telling you to do nothing.
I can’t get no satisfaction.
There is an immutable conflict at work in life and in business, a constant battle between peace and chaos. Neither can be mastered, but both can be influenced.
When you are putting in long hours to get your business off the ground, it can be tempting to forgo exercise or even sleep and do a bit more work. But it’s a temptation that should be resisted.
Having the family so close to work can also spell trouble if distractions and family problems start to eat into work time. So what is the best way to separate work time from family time?
Procrastination is the enemy of the home-based entrepreneur, and the urge to put off until tomorrow what you should be doing today must be fought at all costs.
Home-based entrepreneurs need to become very good at dealing with distractions. Yelling kids, family emergencies, and the old trap of the couch are all potential time eaters than can keep your focus away from you business.
There are countless ways for business owners to boost profits.
There's an old saying in marketing that those in the business know only too well – half of your advertising spend is wasted, but the trick is to figure out which half.
Searching for that ever-elusive work/life balance?
While a home-based office cuts costs it can also lead to serious space issues.