This being Thanksgiving week, we are reminded that as small business owners, we especially have much to be thankful for.
Our families: Of course at the Thanksgiving table when everyone shares what they are thankful for, usually the first and main thing is the love of family. I think this is even truer for the small business owner.
I own a software development company. While I wouldn’t consider myself disorganized,
at the end of most days I can’t help feeling I haven’t accomplished what I set out to do that day.
What can I do to better manage my time?
SCORE's CEO, Kenneth R. Yancey, gives considerations for starting a new venture with your spouse.
Starting a business with your spouse may sound like a dream come true—but it can just as easily turn into a nightmare. Before launching a business with your husband or wife, consider it carefully, and take these steps:
Steve Strauss, founder of www.theselfemployed.com, gives tips for beating the effects of time zone changes in your business travel.
Q: My business travel is really upsetting both my work and home life. Twice a month I fly from the west coast to the east for business. I have no choice. But I can never sleep on the planes, I am too wired to sleep when I arrive and I am usually kinda useless the next day. Any suggestions?
Workshop about handling priorities and stresses of a busy life
In a hectic world where we all try to balance personal lives and careers, see how one of the top female executives at a global company manages to juggle all aspects of a busy life.
Learn how to:
Dr. Will Moreland, bestselling author and leadership expert, shares his thoughts on ways to harmonize our interrelated business, personal and emotional lives.
We often hear about how stressful today’s world is compared with days gone by. Is this really the case, or does it just seem that way?
Presented by FreeEnterprise.com, Wendy Kaufman looks at the valuable role of motivation in people's work and personal life.
I recently asked Jane, a woman who attends my classes, how her work and life are going. She responded that everything is fine; she has no problems and doesn’t know what she wants to do tomorrow. Jane told me that she just lives her life on a day by day basis.
While this may seem acceptable to some, I was extremely alarmed by her response. Jane's reaction to the simplest of questions made me realize the importance of motivation.
Originally I wanted to start a T-Shirt printing business, but was also interested in using my Psychotherapy skills. Using the skills that my SCORE counselor gave me, I was able to use both my art and my Psychotherapy training to establish my Point of Change Counseling company. I have been in this new direction for my career and am loving it.
Thank you SCORE
4965 SW 91st Terr. Suite A
I am in the career that really suits me. Helping people with both my counseling skills and my art. My practice is successful.
What's Great About My Mentor?
My Mentor was great. He was kind, helped me with my business plan and record keeping and led me to make good decisions. While I did not stay with the business idea I had originally, the transition to my current Private Practice is both enjoyable and rewarding.
How SCORE Helped
About five years ago, I made an appointment and met with one of your associates. He was extremely helpful in explaining how to formulate a business plan. I felt very comfortable asking questions, and my questions were always answered helpfully and with respect. I am now the sole proprieter of a psychotherapy private practice here in Gainesville. I owe a thank you to SCORE for getting me pointed in the right direction. I would highly reccommend SCORE's services!
Julia H. Robbins, LCSW
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Private Practice
Presented by FreeEnterprise.com, Anne Marie Ludovici-Connolly, M.S. details how and why to offer an employee wellness program in your organization.
The benefits of deploying and sustaining a workplace wellness program are well documented.
Studies have shown that for every dollar invested in a comprehensive wellness initiative, employers could glean a $3.27 return on that investment (Health Affairs, 2010). Research has also revealed myriad other benefits associated with workplace wellness initiatives, including increased productivity, improved job satisfaction and morale, and attraction and retention of talent.