Honing Your Business Skills

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Honing Your Business Skills

When I was just starting out in business, I felt like I could handle most things that came my way. I worked hard to troubleshoot issues like trouble employees and financial constraints, and I always came out on top. However, after the economy tanked, business became harder and harder, and I realized that I needed to find a different way to make things work. I decided to research different business plans, focus on honing the different skills that I already had, and hit the books again. This blog is all about honing your business skills and finding different ways to streamline your company.

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Setting Up Your Office Computer? 2 Basic Tips to Avoid Problems That Need Repair Services

20 October 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

Whether you are transitioning from a mobile or at-home office or are just starting your business out and have leased an office space, you will need to set your computer up for long-term use. It is important to be careful with driving to the office because some computer parts are sensitive to excessive jarring. The CPU heatsink and graphics card should be removed beforehand and reassembled in the office. While you are setting up the computer and starting to use it, you want to keep it in great condition. Read More …

Use Booking Software To Increase Workplace Efficiency

18 October 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

"That's Fred's desk; you can't work there." This is a phrase commonly heard in office environments. Substitute, of course, your office curmudgeon's name for Fred, but you get the idea. The problem with assigning a desk to each worker in the office is that in today's technology-driven world, a person may be working off-site, or from home, or participating in a conference or teleconference, etc. Thus, you need a flexible working environment that allows workers to have access to resources when they need them but does not allow them to hog them when they are not using them. Read More …

Creating A Last-Minute Holiday Fund

17 October 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

The holidays are nearly continuous this time of the year, beginning with Halloween and ending after New Year's Day. Although you are sure to make some precious memories, they won't be cheap. Food, presents, and travel all add up. If you haven't saved any money for this year's festivities, you may be able to save your budget by selling items that you find around the house. Gold You don't have to give up your favorite jewelry pieces to make a little money. Read More …

Avoid A Hectic Move With Four Simple Tips

14 October 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

Whether you're relocating to a new city or downsizing to a smaller home and putting some items in a storage unit – moving is a lot of hard work. Although you might not be able to make the task effortless, there are at least a number of ways you can simplify the process. Don't Toss Out Your Old Clothing While prepping for your move, you probably collected a nice size pile of clothing that you want to get rid of. Read More …

How To Protect Your Art From Sun And Rain At Art Fairs And Farmer’s Markets

13 October 2016
 Categories: Business, Blog

As an artist, your art is like your children; you do not want anything untoward to happen to it.  Your art is also your business, which means you produce a product and expect to sell it. Many venues where you can display and sell your art are usually outside and include art fairs and farmer's markets. While it is a very nice thing to be in the open air selling your art, there are tons of weather and natural hazards that can affect your art. Read More …