This handout was part of a presentation at the Summer 2010 CHA tradeshow in Chicago. Read tips on how to survive as a creative business owner.
Time is money and you need to make some hard decisions about how much time you are going to spend blogging and how you are going to profit from this time spent.
Youve got your studio ready for taping a video! Whats next? Time to figure out exactly what you want to video tape! Starting with an outline helps.
What can your small business give to your customers and colleagues this year? How about the gift of kindness?
One of the first lessons I was taught about time management was to have one calendar and only one calendar. This calendar is to serve as the one and only place where appointments, meetings, deadlines, and critical dates are noted and detailed.
Well here is my recipe for a fantastic blog post! I'm not sure who coined the term 'Evergreen Blog Post', but it's a great way to describe a post that continually draws traffic to your site.
Today's post comes from my own personal experience this past Halloween. I'm not a huge fan of Halloween, but I decided to turn on our porch light and provide candy for the neighborhood ghosts and goblins this year.
If you're overwhelmed with work but you're just not making enough money, maybe you've said Yes when you should have said No. Maria shares her perspective on this crucial question.
Happy New Year! Its a time of celebrations, reflections, and a few resolutions for not only yourself, but your business. The start of a new year is a great time to review your business goals and to also take note of your successes!
No matter when your business year starts and businesses do vary from using the New Year as a start to starting their fiscal years in July or October, you do need to plan and schedule a quarterly review for your business.