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Where to start when creating a budget

I’d like to stay on the topic of Budget a little while longer … I can hear you sigh… I might be beating a dead horse here, but it is really such an important task that every entrepreneur should accomplish for her/his business (and personal finances too, but that’s a different story). If you read my previous posts […]

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Planning is taking action (not consuming information)

Last week I came to you with 5 tips on how to implement a budget into your business. Suggestions on how to avoid that the plan and budget will just collect dust in some drawer instead of serving you as a (financial) road map. That post was inspired by the buzz that is going on right […]

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Elegant Finances

A few weeks back I shared a conversation that I had with Maggie Graham from Career Design and Coaching on this blog. Last night the table was turned and I was a guest on Alex Inchbald‘s BreakFree Creativity Show on blab (a live-streaming platform). Alex, who is an extreme artist, paints in extreme locations around the world to […]

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Mindset, Networking and Finances

Last weekend I was at a Money & Mindset Networking event with 350 other business owners. It was uplifting and exhausting at the same time, to meet so many amazing business women and men. If you are an introvert like me, you know what I mean. I love to meet people, get to know them […]

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Create a Strategy

Two weeks ago I talked about how without a vision for your business, you might end up nowhere. You could be very busy, working really hard, but without Strategy, without a destination, which road to take or what wind blows, is completely irrelevant. This is why I hope I was able to inspire you to create […]

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Start with a Vision

  Last week I was talking here about “Looking back and Noticing”. I asked that you take a few minutes and reflect on the past 8 months. What is your vision and what are your goals and plans that you have and what actually has happened, what were you able to accomplish? What I had […]

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Back to School – Back to Business

Labour Day has become symbolic as the unofficial ‘end of summer’ and this week it’s #backtoschool for most children in North America and Europe. The air is filled with excited and busy children that start new classes, meet new teachers, and make new friends. It is also Back to Business for us:   We can […]

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How I will get you to do stuff

For many years already I’m subscribed to a service that sends me abstracts of book that might interest me. This service is called www.getabstract.com and they claim they have the largest library of business book summaries. Often I don’t take the time to even read the abstract, either because the title doesn’t intrigue me, or because I […]

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