Make a budget…don’t forget to make a budget… How many times have you been given this advice, whether you asked for it or not? Don’t worry, this advice is often given to Small Business Owners, Entrepreneurs and
“I’m suffering from information overload! Help! Lorna help!” The voice screeched in my ear… I held the phone at arm’s length from my ear and rolled my eyes to high heavens. You see, I recognized the voice and
“I HAVE to share some networking tips fast”…I thought to myself as my eyes were riveted to the cocktail scene before me. In the left corner was “Fast-paced Peter” with 370 business cards. With the sleight of hand
“You are great! Really, you are outstanding!” my new client enthused loudly. “Thank you!” I replied quite modestly but thinking that the last time my head swelled like this was when it collided with a field hockey ball,
Depending on a work routine? Who me? The Queen of Creativity? Yeah…I know…I couldn’t believe it myself, either. But I, Moi, the great “keep it all together gal” just up and lost my rhythm last month.
“What are the top five questions to ask yourself when working on personal development?” Just last night when I checked my email, I realized that on MosaicHub, “Joy” had asked the question above. Joy went on to ask:
Good advice is always best when it comes from someone’s personal experience. And when that person is someone you know or have something in common with, you regard that advice as even more valuable. In the space of
Defaulting on your business debt is the one thing that can make you feel like a loser. And in the worst way. I know this first hand. This particular business I started was going to be the
How to be successful at anything? You could ask my Grandmother but she’s no longer with us. But you’re still in luck. I asked her that question a long time ago when I was a teenager and
Time management! I bet $1,000 that 90% of you had it as your top New Year’s resolution. And I’m willing to wager another $500 that you’ve had it on your resolutions list for the past 5 years.