Why workshops can save you money in the long run. The learning curve for most entrepreneurs in a start up is quite steep. Why? Because even when it's not your first trip to the 'Trep Rodeo, you've still got things to learn. One of the biggest things to learn is marketing. Especially when you are … Continue reading Is Learning Part of Your Marketing Budget?
I had this whole long post about the woe's of not having a proper business address but quite frankly even I didn't want to read it by the time I was half way done. Sometimes you try to write a post that will promote your business without promoting your business quite so blatantly but this … Continue reading I LOVE My Real Front Door
When is it ok to use personal events for business promotion? June 3rd marked a momentous occasion for the world as I know it - it was my birthday. We don't need to discuss if it was a milestone or not but it was my birthday and I had a great time. Working. At a … Continue reading But What If It’s Your Birthday?
I've been a writer for most of my life but it's only recently that I've come to it in a commercial sense. Like a lot of people, I started with personal journalling and then moved in to blogging. This had value to me as a means of personal expression. Professionally, I now get paid to … Continue reading Copy Writer vs. Copying Writing
I've been working my way through an amazing resource called E-Myth Mastery by Michael Gerber. It was recommended by a fellow entrepreneur who felt it would be a valuable resource for this 'trepping newbie. Having worked through several business canvases and business plans, worked with two business coaches and mentors and having read a library … Continue reading How Do You Work In and On At the Same Time?