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Rule # 1 = Cash is KING

Cash flow is the lifeblood of every small business. The daily pressure of doing business is challenging enough, however this type of pressure is generally positive. A cash flow crisis is negative pressure and will eat away at your positivity, slowing you down in the productivity department, and in simple terms, financial pressure is destroying. Make a commitment to free yourself now from money worries and get your cash flowing again so you can create the business you have always dreamed of.

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Winning strategies for entrepreneurial success

Entrepreneurs who have become successful in changing the world have successfully conquered themselves first. They have transformed themselves from arrogant to humble, lazy to hardworking, negative to positive, unhappy to happy, ungrateful to grateful, pessimistic to optimistic and unlikeable to likeable. They have become people who never quit as opposed to people who give up easily. They constantly think and behave like winners.

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Take your small business to the top: Hire right from the start

Small businesses generally cannot afford to hire someone who is not being productive or not in sync with the business' vision. Getting someone with the required skills is not enough; you also need someone with the right organisational fit, whose goals in life align with your long-term business strategy. Ensuring that the right people are in the right positions will help your business grow, while also allowing employees to thrive.

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Is your business plan realistic?

Drawing up a business plan is the first step to getting the ball rolling when you want to start a business. Not only is this vital for raising capital, but also for the proper execution of your business strategy. Once you have a business idea, turning it into reality requires a documented plan which can be presented to potential investors and other financiers such as banks.

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Fantastic tips for building credibility for your start-up

People trust established brands far more than they do new ones. They are willing to pay more for a product made by a company that has been around for decades as compared to less from a newly established one. This is why, as a small business, bolstering your brand image and coming across as being more than just a new and inexperienced brand can prove invaluable, helping to attract and retain new customers. Furthermore, there are legitimate means of achieving these results, without having to blatantly misrepresent your brand.

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