How to Revamp Your Website in 2020

This year has been a time for reflection – a pause in our regular working schedules to appreciate what matters, and to think through our careers, our businesses, and our lifestyles. One of the significant outcomes of the coronavirus pandemic has been to force companies to reassess their position in their market, considering ways to digitize and push most of their sales online. And of course, to sell online, you need a great website to offer to consumers. In this short guide, you’ll learn how to revamp your site to boost your online sales this year.

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So You’ve Lost Your Work Mojo. Now What?

It happens to all of us at some point. We wake up one day and we’ve just lost our spark when it comes to work. Whether you’re an entrepreneur building your own business or you’re trying to climb the corporate ladder, sometimes your inspiration naturally ebbs away and you realise that you’re just going through the motions. So if this happens to you, what on earth do you do? There are ways to get your mojo restarted with work, so spend a little time and you could soon re-find that spark.

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Episode #24: Make Your Brand Standout with Aggie Burnett

Meet Aggie Burnett, publicist, marketing strategist, writer, editor and speaker. She is a graduate of NYU’s prestigious Journalism Program and started her career in editorial at Glamour Magazine before launching her fragrance brand, Nomaterra, from the ground up. Aggie’s work has been featured in publications such as Entrepreneur, Glamour, CondeNast Traveler, InStyle, Elle, Vogue, Thrive Global, Rachael Ray, ABC, CBS, Refinery 29, Byrdie, PopSugar and more. Check out her episode to learn how she went from a beauty assistant at Glamour, to running her own brand, Nomaterra Fragrances, and serving as a PR consultant for beauty and lifestyle companies. She wants to show how you don’t need to spend a fortune to effectively grow your brand. It’s time for your brand to STOP EXISTING AND START GETTING NOTICED. 

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Five HR Tips for Small Business Entrepreneurs

Regardless of the size of your business, every entrepreneur faces the same challenges when it comes to human resources. One thing every business has in common is that it requires staff. If your business has employees, you’ll need a human resources department to look after everything to do with your employees, including hiring, recruitment, training, payroll, onboarding, promotions, and maintaining business culture.

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Episode #23: Activate Your Magic with Candis Hickman

Get to know the radiant Candis Hickman! She helps personal brands become KNOWN. Growing up the daughter of a pastor in a small conservative church in Australia, she knows what it’s like to water down your gifts in the name of “humility”. To fear the spotlight for fear of judgment. From her early days running the wards as an Occupational Therapist, to the late nights spent interviewing rappers in the back of dingy nightclubs, to her current reality working as a personal branding coach & podcast host, she can truly say that the most fun (and success) she ever had is in front of the spotlight!

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Here are Some of the Top Reasons Why Most Businesses Fail

If you’re an entrepreneur who is looking to set up their own company or you would prefer to move through the ranks and enter managerial positions, it’s important that you gain the right credentials and skills beforehand. The business world is known to be highly competitive, so to be one step ahead and secure your dream role, studying for an MBA is a no-brainer.

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10 Benefits Studying for an MBA Has on Your Career in Business

If you’re an entrepreneur who is looking to set up their own company or you would prefer to move through the ranks and enter managerial positions, it’s important that you gain the right credentials and skills beforehand. The business world is known to be highly competitive, so to be one step ahead and secure your dream role, studying for an MBA is a no-brainer.

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12 Ways You Can Improve Your Small Business

Every business – big or small – looks for ways to improve. It’s the nature of business to progress, change and enhance practices as time moves on. Without progression, there is a serious lack of interest and eventually, a business falls off of the customer radar. As an entrepreneur, you may well be guilty of focusing on making life complicated to try and improve business. Think of long meetings with complex terms and conditions and changes, and you’re likely to know what we’re talking about.

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Why employee engagement is important for you

Are you running a business that employs several people? If so, then you will know how important it is to make sure that your team is happy and produces their best work – for themselves and for your brand. However, sometimes making sure your employees are engaged can fall down your list of priorities. Is that a problem if it does?

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Staying Productive From Home

Many of us are currently working from home as we try to stop the spread of COVID-19. For some of us, this is relatively normal. If you have worked from home in the past, or usually spend most of your time working from home, you might just be trying to find a new way to juggle your work around other members of your family, who aren’t usually around in the day time.

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