Even when you're starting out, there might be things you either
(a) are not able to do or (b) do not want to do; having a plan around
delegation, and some ideas of how you can go about it, can help.
If you're thinking about turning your hobby into a business, there are a few
things you need to think about.
In this episode I'm sharing the templates and documents I use, along with the
processes, for getting organised and managing tasks in my business.
In business, as in life, the road to success can be a windy one. In this episode
I've got five tips for you that will help make your path easier.
In the early days you need to get creative with how you're going to market your business.
This week I'm talking about how you can get traction on a tiny budget. With my business Upcycled & Co. that's exactly what I did in the beginning. As the business grew I was able to invest in advertising which enabled continued growth.
Do you have a number of revenue streams on the go?
Are you struggling to get the income you'd like?
If so, then this episode is here to help. As a creative I always have loads of ideas and many of us do. If you've got too many ideas on the go though, you will struggle to get traction on any. Find out how you can keep it simple and get focused with my practical exercise.
Once you've got your business set up, the very next thing you need to do is to start building an email list. Why? The data you gather (email addresses and names) is yours and this means you can start to communicate with your subscribers to provide them with valuable information as an expert in your field.
In terms of the doing, there is a logical process you need to go through to get your product or service out there. Whether you're about to start a business or you've been in business for some time, you will find my nine tips valuable.