EnQ Strengths Wheel
We need a good mix of skills to be effective in business. Sandy Geyer proposes the concept of a "Strength Wheel" where four major strengths work in harmony to keep things running smoothly. She suggests we need to consciously develop and maintain these areas, and shares some tips on how do this.

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Being your own boss has its definite plusses - but working alone can have its pitfalls too. This week's guaranteed-under-two-minute-read has tips and tools to help make sure you're not isolated from reality and that you have support when you need it.

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Attraction Marketing
How much is what you DON'T KNOW costing you? When you get the answers to these questions, it may help you understand how to make your business more profitable.

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Being a business owner can be a solitary job. You’re the one who has to make the decisions and who is accountable for the effect of those decisions. At the end of the day, the buck stops with you. This kind of responsibility can leave you feeling lonely, tired and harrassed - and often scared and confused as well.

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Attention to detail often defines the line between a good business and a great business. This week's guaranteed-under-two-minute-read has tips and tools to help you take care of some of the small things that count, but which can seem trivial at first.

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Inner Design Superhero
Wanting to channel your inner design superhero? Here are six basic design principles that you should keep in mind. Whatever you're designing, be it an advertisement, newsletter or other printed matter, or if it's online media (such as a website), these basic truths will set your design on a firm footing.

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Coffee
You may be working hard at bringing in the income and keeping down expenses - but somehow things just aren't going the way they should. Sometimes it's not obvious what changes can be made, until you dig a little deeper.

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Most people perform better when they are heading toward a goal. But it is important to understand that the goals must motivate. If your goals leave you feeling inadequate, stressed out, or over-worked, then you will lack the motivation to complete them.

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Every business needs customers, and it's much easier and cheaper (assuming they've had great service) to sell to repeat customers. Essential to this is creating an ongoing relationship. This is not about trying to sell at every opportunity, but providing a regular opportunity to enhance your quality and service in the minds of customers.

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make the logo bigger
It’s the request that every graphic designer dreads. The client really likes the design, apart from one thing. Before they sign off, can the designer just ‘make the logo a bit bigger’?

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