Monthly Archives: September 2015

Setting Boundaries in 5 Easy Steps

By |September 15th, 2015|

As an entrepreneur, it may happen that your work life and your home life become one big blur. You say you work ‘during the day’, and yet it is after dinner you see your computer over there and you decide to spend a few minutes taking care of a few things. The next thing you […]

Tips On Tackling A Big Project

By |September 8th, 2015|

A project is really anything that takes more than one step or more than 30 minutes to complete. For example, writing a newsletter like this one is a project. I need a topic, an opening letter, graphics, and the various other parts. It needs to be written, reviewed, and then scheduled into email software and my […]

With Growth, There Is Pain

By |September 1st, 2015|

In March, my residential cleaning business had a huge growth spurt. The franchise was awarded an exclusive contract with a local employer to provide cleaning services to their employees. It was fantastic news. It was also scary news. 

It meant I needed to hire and train new people to handle the new client base. That is all […]