All posts tagged "content marketing"

  • Why working 9 to 5 is archaic

    Back in the 1800’s manufacturing and factory work was booming. Staff were working long, unhealthy hours, sometimes 16 hours a day. In response to this, in 1817 a revolutionary man by the name of Robert...

  • 5 ways to ensure marketing grows your business

    5 ways to ensure marketing grows your business

    The online space has provided business owners with more opportunities to find and reach their target audience. It has levelled the playing field.But as I scroll through my social media channels there is one mistake...

  • How just being organized can change your career

    Being organized is one thing that we must need to learn in life sooner or later, but the sooner is always better. An organized person is one who has managed everything around them beforehand in...

  • 3 top strategies to juggle your career and kids

    There’s no balancing act more rewarding—or more stressful—than being a working mom. If you’re raising kids and pursuing a career, your everyday life is a tug-of-war between two full-time jobs, one of which never actually...

  • How to NOT create a terrible brand name

    Make it catchy, memorable, and unique! Those are the tips you usually follow when trying to think of a name for your brand. Somehow, you still end up with lousy ideas. You strain your mind...

  • How to set goals in your business planning

    Goal setting is an essential part of starting, operating and growing your business.   Without a plan we often get distracted, lose focus, get lost and quite simply don’t achieve positive results.   Harvard Business released a...

  • How and when to say no at work

    There’s only so far you can get in business by being the employee who always says ‘yes’. Naturally, a new recruit wants to make a good impression, to stay on top of their workload, and...

  • Do I need a financial adviser?

    Only about 20% of people have a financial advisor or have sought professional financial advice, meaning at the moment, 80% have yet to see the need to visit a planner. So, do you need to...

  • 2017: To plan or not to plan?

    Planning… is it really worth it? I know some people may scoff and gasp at that sentence — myself included. But let me present my case. Every day we work hard to achieve goals with...