Tag Archive: values

Do you hate writing sales pages and know you’re not doing a good job of them?

You know that writing sales pages is a crucial part of your business, but the thought of writing another sales page that goes on and on is enough to have you procrastinate on it for weeks, and when you finally do get around to it, the end result is messy, doesn't do your offer justice [...]

Use Public Speaking to Grow Your Business

A month ago I was invited to speak on a panel for women business leaders at the University of Canterbury. I was excited to accept, even though I felt a good dose of imposter syndrome creeping in (watch for a future blog post on this topic!)

Janine and I have always wanted to combine our [...]

Do you choose business over life? What your work hours and choices say about your values.

In the lead up to Christmas last year I heard a radio interview summarising the results of a survey and one key finding really stuck out.
25% of New Zealanders were planning on checking their work email on Christmas day, and the vast majority of these people were small business owners.
I'm sure this will be [...]

Is your business taking you in the right direction?

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We recently surveyed more than 60 female entrepreneurs in a bid to discover more about the issues they struggle with in their businesses.
One  of the questions we asked was "What are the top reasons that you decided to start your own business?".  The answers were very insightful and we are still summarising the trends, but [...]

Values in business: how to assess the strength of your values.

 
 
When you have time to reflect on your business (or your personal life) and look at the big picture, you may at times notice that something is missing. Perhaps there is something you want to do but never have time for, or maybe it's something that you know you'd like to include but it always [...]

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