Overwhelmed by your to-do list? Feeling exhausted, stressed or depressed? Having trouble concentrating? You may be suffering from entrepreneurial burnout. A common ailment of small to midsized business owners, entrepreneurial burnout can not only keep you from being productive, it can rob you of the joys of being your own boss. Luckily, there are a number of fairly simple things you can do to combat it.
As a small business owner, you wear a lot of hats. Learning to juggle your various responsibilities is one of the keys to maximizing your business’s chances for success. Here are 8 tips to help you increase your productivity.
Redesigning your business website can be a daunting task for many small business owners. If your current website is outdated and not performing as well as you'd like, chances are it's time to update.
If you did any traveling for your small business throughout the last financial year, you may be eligible to deduct some of your travel expenses. The key to keeping up with expensing your business travel is to remember to enter any costs you incur into your bookkeeping software and retain receipts.
So, you’ve decided you want to start a business. Congratulations! Now comes the hard part. Whatever the reasons for wanting your own business, it will take a lot of hard work to make it a success, which is why it’s very important to have everything in place and ready to go before you decide to jump off the entrepreneurial cliff. So before you go into your boss’s office to say “I quit!” and strike out on your own, here is some advice that will help you swim rather than sink: