In years gone by, equality and diversity haven’t always been at the forefront of business owners’ minds. However, in recent years more and more business leaders are recognising that respecting equality and diversity make good business sense.
So, what makes equality and diversity increasingly vital when you are setting up and running a business? We asked entrepreneur and author, Jackie Arnold to explain; (more…)
Whether you’re in the early start-up phase or you’ve been around a while – running a business will inevitably mean coping with change.
This could be the need to deal with new regulations, an ageing customer base, a new competitor, or even your company growing and expanding faster than you planned. Whatever it is – you’ll need to be able to keep your head and deal with new developments.
Our minds have a preference for the predictable – our primitive ancestors had a much better chance of staying alive if things stayed stable. We might want excitement (our ancestors did love the thrill of the chase), but we naturally want it on our terms, not someone else’s.
So how do we support change that will help us and our business evolve and grow while dealing with the feeling of being threatened by it? (more…)
Archimedes said, “Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world.”
What he is talking about is that with the right tools, you can achieve a lot more with much less effort. And this ‘leverage’ is a critical step in taking businesses to the next level.
The point of it is that you do the work once and achieve the result over and over again using this leveraged system. Shweta Jhajharia, founder of The London Coaching Group outlines 4 ways that you can use the power of leverage to help your start-up succeed.
We’ve finally reached the conclusion of ByteStart’s Start-Up Guide. Hopefully we’ve answered most, if not all, of your questions and provided you with a firm foundation on which to start up your business venture with confidence.
If you’re anything like us, you experience the emotional highs and lows of running your own business.
They don’t call it a roller-coaster journey for nothing! And aren’t the highs really high, just as the lows are as low as they get?