Virtual assistants improve productivity.

Virtual assistants help you and people in your community Hire virtual assistants to do mundane tasks and save your valuable time to work on crucial, high impact tasks for your business. Being your own boss and having control over your future is the ideal situation for many. However, it can become a nightmare if you…

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Decision-making beats the hell out of procrastination.

Is your decision-making impulsive, emotional or pragmatic? Proper decision-making is fundamental to your role as a business manager. You will have to make lots of them and in many cases without the benefit of all the facts. What you can do is minimise your careless decision-making. It is poor decision-making and procrastination, which puts the…

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Be cautious when buying existing businesses

What are the fundaments of buying existing businesses? Be careful, buying existing businesses, they might look good on the outside, but… Buying an existing business can be a great thing. But the process can be daunting, especially if you’ve never been in business before. Or you are buying a distressed company in a drought, or…

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A case study: by Peter Sergeant There is nothing better than watching the world go by in the comfort of a beautiful regional community, where people care and look out for each other. A community where health and well-being are a priority. But, ‘pushing the envelope’ trying to get too much out of your business…

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Regional hotspot for creativity and innovation

Regional areas can enhance your lifestyle and business With all the evolving technologies and globalisation, our regions have become the ideal place to start and run a business, non-profit organisation or advisory practice. Regional areas are a hotspot for improving lifestyles and business operations Businesses with technology competencies are more confidently relocating to our regional,…

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Small, medium and Micro-businesses make up 97% of all buisnesses.

What are micro-businesses? The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) classifies a micro-businesses as a sub-set of the micro-businesses category with 0–4 employees. Small businesses have 5-19 employees. There are well over 3 million businesses of all sizes trading in Australia. Of these, 97% are small businesses, and within this category, 85% are micro-businesses. There are…

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Seeing is believing.

Believing in yourself is critical Worrying about not being able to implement a few changes in your lifestyle is just one tiny example of fear. The sort of doubt that causes us to procrastinate and stop believing in ourselves. A lack of belief in yourself will limit you no matter how high the ideas or…

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Complacency kills communities and businesses.

Many are happy with their town or village Work-life balance is a bit of a misconception. You are never genuinely balanced life, even though you might be feeling great, complacency costs you and the community sustainability. The thing is you should be striving for it as a concept. The trick is to ensure you are…

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Regional community healthcare is critica

Value the professional healthcare services you have Healthcare one of the most valuable assets in every community’s value chain, and even more critical in times of drought. All too often people take for granted what they already have, or worse still they discount the value of people and services already provided. The following story may…

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Good attitudes stop procrastination.

Attitudes can make or break a community People in a town or village with the wrong attitudes can break other’s spirit, and turn them off wanting to do anything to help the community. Changing people’s attitudes and mindsets are the ultimate battleground.  Your mind is the space where the most significant and fiercest conflict occurs. …

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