If you want to significantly enhance your business performance in 2020 and beyond, you need to regularly compare your projected budget with actual results. Too many business owners overlook this critical aspect of business budgeting, yet systematic and regular comparisons can provide highly valuable insights that can change the course of your business for the…
2020 will be here before we know it and then it’s just six months until the end of financial year. Have you thought about what you’ll do differently in the new year, when you return to work after the summer break?
‘Vision without implementation is hallucination.’ Meetings are an important tool for bringing your business vision into being. But recent research shows that most employees say they waste more than 30 hours a month in meetings. Nearly 40% admit to falling asleep; more than 70% admit to doing other work; and over 90% admit to daydreaming.…
You’re in the zone – calm, focused and efficient. There’s no reason your proposal won’t be finished before lunch. Apart from the inevitable interruptions, that is.
Everyone talks about marketing, but is everyone talking about the same thing? What does your marketing look like? And is it working?
No matter how good you might be at selling, if you don’t have a clear payment program for your services and an efficient accounts receivable function, your business will never thrive. Collecting payment for services is a fact of life. If customers or clients enter into a transaction with you there is an expectation that…
There are THREE parts to effectively managing tax. Most business owners are familiar with the first two: Tax reporting that comprises preparation of a range of tax returns required by the ATO; and tax payments which are the direct result of the aforementioned tax reports.
‘It’ll be quicker to do it myself’. Wrong! Successful leaders delegate, and so should you. Beware. It’s tempting to think that by the time you’ve explained a task to someone else, you could have finished it yourself.
You’ve made good progress on a key task. Then it starts. The phone rings, the emails arrive and there’s someone else at your office door. You already have a list of priorities for the day. What do you do?
The ability of some business leaders to shape a strong, harmonious and sustainable team is both an art and a science, and always impressive. The leader who has habits in place for creating a cohesive team really is worth their weight in gold.