FACT: Businesses who get coached simply do better in business. Do you know where you want your business to be but you’re not quite sure how to get there?
How many times have you been asked by someone if they can meet you for a coffee and pick your brain about a business idea or issue?
Right now, are you in love or have you fallen out of love with your business? What will it take to reignite the passion and fall in love again?
Really you say? January is months away... In reality, as I write this post on September 14th, it is only 15 weeks until January 1st 2018. As you consider the question I've posed, think about the season of autumn. What starts to happen in September? The children return to school
Business performance coach Gail Gibson joins the Mind Your Own Business team on Swindon 105.5FM Gail explains: “Coaching female entrepreneurs over the past 10+ years has given me an opportunity to be a key part of their development, growth and success. As a result, I have been privileged to hear
Yesterday at the Woodborough Entrepreneurs group in Pewsey, Wiltshire I delivered an interactive presentation on the concept of being BOLD in business, with a key focus on my BOLD acronym: Belief Opportunity Lead; and Dare. To take BOLD steps in business you need to: Believe in yourself, your talents and
We’ve all been to presentations, some good, and some bad. Which ones do you remember more than others – the good or the bad? What is it that remains clearly in your mind either way? Was it the presenter, the ‘story’ told, or how it was presented? Getting a presentation
Work/life balance is a popular and clichéd term used to describe what you can aspire to achieve in your life. However, I believe that in our fast-paced and daily-changing world, this term has lost its place. Instead there is a new word on the block - blending. Why? Because is
Chartered accountant, self-confessed triathlon junkie, athletics coach and charity runner, Della Hudson, of Hudson Accountants in Bristol, shares her thoughts on why her running time is thinking time to help her perform better. When did you start running and why? In 2012 I started running again after a long absence
Regional Manager of Body by Vi and Nordic Ski instructor, Ashley Sandy, talks about how the fresh alpine air of Switzerland inspired her to start running. When did you start running and why? I lived in Switzerland from 2005 to 2009. During my time there, a friend and I decided