It’s been a hectic month and the deadlines are fast approaching. Even after all the overtime and extra hours you’ve put in, you still can’t seem to find a clear space on your desk. You’re feeling nothing short of exhausted, and despite all of the above, the work doesn’t stop flooding through.
It’s the Holiday Season again, but before we hang up our stockings and tuck into some figgy pudding, it is worth remembering that as the year comes to an end, it is a good time to put processes in place to ensure the next year is even more successful than the last. With this in mind and in honour of the festive spirit let’s celebrate with The Twelve Days of Business!
Sitting down and looking at the blank page, the curser blinking at you, you don’t have a clue what you’re going to write. An hour ago your head might have been full of ideas for the next innovative post but when it comes to writing you just don’t know how to get it onto paper. This scenario is more common than you’d think, writer’s block is something that many suffer from and as awful as it is there are ways of getting around it.
You know the feeling; you’ve spent all day running around like the proverbial fly and at the end of it you don’t seem to have achieved anything, nor really know what has taken up all your time. For small businesses time is money and the difference between being productive and being busy, can be the difference between success and failure.