How To Let a Client Go - 28th May 2018

Ask anyone who's been self-employed for a few years. By and large, the vast majority of clients are great. The less than ideal ones, however, can become a serious liability.

Problem clients come in all shapes and sizes. There are the late payers and scheduled "no shows". The ones who are demanding and don't respect your time.

Remember, just because you need to earn a profit doesn't mean it's in your best interest to serve everyone who walks in the door.

Here are a few ways to respectfully let go of clients who aren't an asset for your business.

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Protect Yourself and Your Data - Proactive Steps for Living Safely in the Digital Age - 22nd May 2018

These days your personal data is everywhere, and that information is valuable to marketers, hackers and everyone in between. If you want to prevent the unauthorised use of your personal information, you need to take a proactive approach to protecting yourself and your identity.

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Tips for More Productive Meetings - 7th May 2018

Increasing efficiency and minimising costs are essential to running a profitable business. Yet many small business owners waste countless hours on meetings that lack focus, run on too long, and pull staff away from more productive tasks.

Follow these seven tips to make your meetings more efficient and cost-effective. 

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Company Directors: Do you REALLY Know Your Responsibilities? - 2nd May 2018

As anyone running a business knows, commercial decisions must be made, and many times these decisions involve some degree of risk. While the distinction between entrepreneurial freedom and delinquent corporate behaviour will be clear cut for most company directors, there are nevertheless circumstances where these lines can blur, resulting in sometimes substantial (and sometimes unexpected) personal exposure.

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