Client relationships: too close for comfort?

Client relationships: too close for comfort?

A certain level of intimacy with clients can be a good thing. It builds trust, and that – along with the quality of work – is often what makes them return. But if you are going to become chums with clients, you need to know your boundaries. Here are a few pointers on...
How to be the Madonna of the website world

How to be the Madonna of the website world

With the advent of Content Management Systems like Joomla! and WordPress, updating your website can be as easy as buying a brand-new wardrobe. Even so, some still prefer to stick to the web equivalent of their fashion comfort zone. So in terms of your web page, are...
The six-step business detox

The six-step business detox

Next week I’m trying something new: a Business Detox. I’m shutting my doors, turning off my phone and switching on my out-of-office message. Why? Well, I’ve been flying solo now for about three years and feel it’s time to give my business some much-needed love and...
A day in the life of working me

A day in the life of working me

My productivity highs and woes When I chat with business colleagues, or am interviewed for podcasts, these are the phrases I hear the most: “I don’t know how you do it!” “How do you get it all done?” “What’s your productivity secret?” And I get it. I’m prolific....
My top 6 takeaways from Big Digital Adelaide

My top 6 takeaways from Big Digital Adelaide

Or, what you REALLY learn at business conferences “I don’t like events, and I don’t do networking.” This was me a couple of years ago. A committed business hermit whose only concession to getting out there was a rampant Facebook addiction. But recently I’ve started to...
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