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Lena Bradfield, Productive Training
Keagan York, Compass Global Markets Pty Ltd
Rhys Roberts, Viridity
John Debrincat, eCorner Pty Ltd
Bob Owen, Diecast Classics
Alex Honey, Sterling Interior Design
Richard Jenner, The Type Shed
Laurel Grey, Happily Organised
Vicki McBride, Tasmania I Drive
Fiona Johnston, Peach Business Management
Kerry Henry, Audit Services Pty Ltd
Peter Stephen, SEO Website Designs
Rodney Bartley, National Products Fulfilment
Claudia Oliveira, Narrativa Video Production
Shaun McGowan, CarLoans.com.au
Vanessa Emilio, Legal123.com.au
Mark Rubiolo, Bubbling With Energy Entertainment
 Daniel Duckworth, ServiceCrowd

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How to build rapport with new clients

24 Apr 14 | Michael Quinn

Clients do business with people they like and trust. But how do you build rapport in order to develop trust and form relationships? Here are my top three tips. Read more

Wallet wars: Why clients won’t spend with you

23 Apr 14 | Warren Harmer

When people are ready to spend with you, what experience do they get? Your actions will either inspire them to open their wallets or close them for good. Read more

Have I found marketing nirvana?

22 Apr 14 | Dave Gillen

There’s a place where the marketing is cheap and the conversion rates are higher than anywhere on earth. It’s a nirvana that I was blind to, until now. Read more

Got questions? Get answers. Hit the forums.

21 Apr 14

If you've yet to dive into Flying Solo’s forums, now may be the time. Forumites are friendly, helpful and generous. Join the conversation. Read more

Podcast - Grappling with the creative process

20 Apr 14

While Tony Park is now a prolific author, it wasn't always that way. For way too long he stared at a blank sheet of paper. How he got unstuck and took off will surprise you. Read more

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Judge a book by it’s lover(s)

14 Oct 13

Flying Solo: How to go it alone in business is a book that gives you the tools you need to start your own venture, or totally rejuvenate one that’s been ticking along for years. See reviews and order now. Read more

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Wallet wars: Why clients won’t spend with you

23 Apr 14 | Warren Harmer

When people are ready to spend with you, what experience do they get? Your actions will either inspire them to open their wallets or close them for good. Read more

Have I found marketing nirvana?

22 Apr 14 | Dave Gillen

There’s a place where the marketing is cheap and the conversion rates are higher than anywhere on earth. It’s a nirvana that I was blind to, until now. Read more

Got questions? Get answers. Hit the forums.

21 Apr 14

If you've yet to dive into Flying Solo’s forums, now may be the time. Forumites are friendly, helpful and generous. Join the conversation. Read more

Podcast - Grappling with the creative process

20 Apr 14

While Tony Park is now a prolific author, it wasn't always that way. For way too long he stared at a blank sheet of paper. How he got unstuck and took off will surprise you. Read more

Startup

Top ten attributes of a great soloist

16 Apr 14 | Jo Macdermott

Working as a soloist is rewarding but it can also be lonely and challenging. So how do you know if you’re solo-suited? Read on. Read more

Part-time business: How to avoid the pitfalls

19 Mar 14 | Mary Gardam

Building a business on a part-time basis reduces financial risk, but it comes with some drawbacks. Here are my five top tips to help you avoid the pitfalls. Read more

Podcast: Meet a KPI keynote speaker

03 Feb 14 | Advertorial

At the KPI Brand Acccelerator Confereces, Matthew Michaelwicz presents The Art of the Perfect Pitch. An expert in entrepreneurship, innovation and success psychology, Matthew joined Robert recently to discuss his latest book. Read more

Work smart

Online stores: Avoid delivery dramas!

17 Apr 14 | Matthew White

Online store owner? You can only satisfy customers if you efficiently and reliably deliver your products. Here are some tips to help you over- deliver. Read more

Four easy ways to get client feedback

12 Apr 14 | Sarah-Joy Pierce and Allan Johnson

What do your clients think of your business? If you don’t know, it’s time to get some feedback. Here are four easy (and free) ways to do just that. Read more

Hiring contractors: Four questions to ask

10 Apr 14 | Vanessa Emilio

Need to hire a contractor? There are four questions you need to ask first. Find out what they are; as well as what to include in a contractor’s agreement. Read more

Business Survival: How to adapt to change

09 Apr 14 | Michael Quinn

Having run my own business for 25 years, I’ve had to adapt to change in order to remain competitive. Here’s how I did it. Read more

Tech

Cloud accounting apps that rock

11 Apr 14 | Craig Jackson

Cloud accounting apps for Xero can be accessed and modified from any internet-enabled device. Let’s look at some of the best. Read more

Podcast: Video marketing strategy with SEO implications

23 Mar 14 | Tim Reid

Johnathan Reichwald from Frankston in Victoria is no ordinary council worker. He cleverly used the power of YouTube and some crowd sourced content to knock all the bad stuff about his suburb off page one of Google and replace it with good news stories. Read more

Basic keyword research for beginners

21 Mar 14 | Kapil Jekishan

This basic keyword research guide was written for business owners who have minimum tech knowledge. I’ve used screenshots and an example. Let’s begin. Read more

Finance

Your home office and capital gains tax

18 Apr 14 | Jasmine Kidd

Do you work from home? With a growing number of home-based businesses, the tax office now has you on their radar, so know your capital gains tax. Read more

Seven ways to slash your accounting costs

29 Mar 14 | Jasmine Kidd

In the current economy, cost cutting is vital for the survival of your business. Luckily, accounting is one area where it’s surprisingly easy to cut costs. Read more

Money matters: How to keep control of costs

22 Mar 14 | John Corias

Keeping control of costs is a common issue for soloists and microbusiness owners. As with everything, balance is important. Read more

My five star record keeping system

05 Mar 14 | Jasmine Kidd

Yes, this is another boring article on record keeping. But know this, poor record keeping can be costly, that’s why you need a five star record keeping system. Read more



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