AN ONLINE group helping thousands of women in Hampshire develop their businesses has launched an awards scheme.
Most small business owners spend a lot of time in meetings, whether with colleagues or existing and prospective clients. However, all too often meetings to plan projects or examine progress can be less effective than they should be, with recent research suggesting that too much valuable business time can end up being wasted.
Whether you’ve been recently laid off or didn’t get that promotion you hoped for -- confidence doesn't always come easy. But whatever your situation, there are a number of things you can do to boost your self-esteem and get back on track for success. Because in the end, confidence is the key to success, even if that means you have to “fake it 'til you make it.”It might sound strange, but for a quick pick-me-up, try splashing on some perfume or cologne, speaking about yourself in second person or even taking a selfie. According to research, these activities are surefire tactics to boosting your confidence. Here are 10 research-backed ways to boost your self-esteem.
It can be a daunting task launching your own business, especially in the world of digital where there are so many companies looking to be found in Google. Owning a small business in itself can be stressful if it’s a first time experience, without having to think about how you are going to make sure it grows. There are lots of different ways in which you can grow your business that you may not have thought of before, or you just haven’t gotten around to yet. We’ve put together a list of ideas that may help you out with this and hopefully make life a little easier for you.
Basingstoke Renting office space might seem like a big step, but there are many reasons why doing so may be beneficial for your business. Ranging from the fact that an office gives you a more professional image, as opposed to just working from home, to offering a low risk expansion.