Looking for leaks in your cash flow

When finances start to dry up, our first instinct is usually to look for ways to increase our fees and income. What is often overlooked, however, is how cash flow can be significantly improved by stopping leaks and spills in your everyday accounts.When you’re trying...

Feeling a little flat about your career?

Although you may love your line of work, few people can get through a long-term career without bouts of boredom creeping in at one stage or another. Whether you’re a devoted designer, a busy-as builder or a motivated manufacturer, we’ve put together five ways you can...

Fuelling your inspiration

A message from our Training Partner, Redman Training & DevelopmentFuel provides the ability to propel a car forward like inspiration can propel a person to achieve success.Filling my car with fuel recently, my mind began wandering about various topics. I thought...

Estimates, Quotes and Proposals

While the terms estimate, quote and proposal are often used interchangeably, they do have some technical differences. It’s useful to get your head around these terms when establishing or refining your business processes. Regardless of what you call it, the...

Receiving Feedback

A message from our Training Partner, Redman Training & DevelopmentLast month we spoke about giving good feedback, but in this feature, we’ll address being on the other side.For many of us, receiving feedback can be extremely challenging. Who can relate to...