Tips for the time poor Tradie

clockHome based businesses and small sole traders get a bad rap sometimes. Unfairly criticised for being too small to handle “proper jobs”.

That’s a rather condescending attitude, considering that small business is by far the world’s biggest employer group, on average providing well in excess of 60% of the jobs globally.

But let’s stop and ask ourselves why that is though? Why do people have such a bad perspective on smaller businesses, and sole traders, and in particular the trades?

Using only my own experiences as a client of several smaller businesses around me, I can say there are 6 main issues relating to how professional you are, and how you are perceived.

I’ll address all 6 of them over the next 6 blog posts, one by one, and give you tips to managing things without adding extra strain to yourself.

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Webinar : Making the most of Trade and Product Quoting

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Out latest webinar focused on Making the most of Trade and Product Quoting

We didn’t get very many questions during the session, so fire away in the comments and let us know what you think .

Happy Quoting !

 

Guest Blog: Recharge Your Batteries

So you’ve been easing out those tight spots, focusing on improving your core strength, avoiding the fish and chips shop and fueling your body with more fruit, veggies and lean protein. Your energy levels are shooting for the moon and you’re feeling on top of the world. Right?

Popeye(Maxine)

You should be giving Popeye a run for his money by now!

 

But what if you’re not? What if you’re still feeling achy and lethargic? More often than not there is a lot more contributing to the ‘run down’ feeling than not taking on board enough quality calories.

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