We have surveyed some of Australia’s successful small business owners and asked them for their best advice as part of our six-part series. In this final instalment of the series, our experts share two lessons that they learned along the way, so that you can learn from their experience.
What do you wish you knew before you started your business? If you truly knew what it was going to be like to own your own business, would you have started at all, or even started sooner?
We asked a group of successful business owners what things they wish they knew before they started their business.
You can set up a social media account on the latest platform, add new widgets to your website and refresh your branding, but if you do not get the basics right, your business will not succeed. We asked successful small business owners to share their advice with us based on their own experiences of running businesses that are growing and profitable.
If you had to share your top three business tips, what would they be? We asked a group of successful small business owners this question…
As small business owners we know that there are two main group key players that contribute to our business’ success: our team (including suppliers) and our customers. But there’s also a third party that’s equally important: you.
How do you spend the first 60 minutes of your day? Here are some tips from successful business people, management authors and motivational speakers to help you make the most of the first 60 minutes of your working day.
Someone recently asked me what the most common issue is that I encounter during my marketing coaching sessions with small business owners, and they were surprised by my answer.
Can you believe that in two weeks it will be halfway through 2012? Here is a great exercise for business owners to take a few hours out to do. It will help you review the first half of this year and give you guidance on what needs to change for an even more successful second half of the year.
Good Business Consulting is pleased to bring you a Q&A with someone who knows small business very well. In fact she publishes and edits Australia’s highest circulating magazine for SMEs.