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Vision6 makes it easier for businesses (great and small right through to soloists) to manage their email marketing, SMS communications and social m... Read more

Evan Fortune, Vision6
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Brent Jackson, Shelf Companies Australia
Sonja Meyer, Sustainable Graphic Design
Karen Curran, Unicorn Graphics
Heidi Willis, The Earthen Artist
Jayne Tancred and Scott Harris, Tribe of the Tree
Rachael Neumann, Eventbrite Australia
Andrew Caska, Caska IP
Rebecca Saunders, The Man That Can
Frederike Ramm, Ondetto
Edwin James Lynch, Geoffrey Websites & SEO
Steve Britt, Option1 Pty Ltd
Shaun McGowan, CarLoans.com.au
Rebecca Fisher, Clearly Creative
Virginia Bowe, Andersen Bowe Pty Ltd
Amanda Greenslade, Australian eBook Publisher
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Work smart | Decision making

Problems with decision making are common amongst those working alone as you don’t have colleagues around you to bounce your ideas off.

However, business decision making is a skill that can be learnt. This section includes tips and tricks to help you make better business decisions. Maybe you need to care less to make faster decisions? What do you think?

How much should I spend on SEO (or anything)?

20 Jan 15 | Dave Gillen

How much should you pay for any business related service? Well it depends on what that service is worth … to you. Read more

The downside of looking up

29 Apr 14 | Sam Leader

I’d suggest soloists choose hope and positivity over the opposite any day of the week. But at times, optimism bares its teeth and bites you on the butt. Read more

Start ups: Why it’s okay to slow down

01 Mar 14 | Lynda Bayada

In the rush to set up your business you might ignore some vital signs for creating a stronger foundation. It’s okay to slow down, here’s why. Read more

Flexing your decision-making muscle

17 Mar 12 | Lynda Bayada

Indecision is exhausting. If you’re struggling with it, perhaps it’s time to start exercising your decision-making power. Read more

"Time for a change around here."

31 Jan 12 | Sam Leader

If you feel hungry for a change within your current solo venture, it could be time for a radical reassessment of your strengths. Here’s how it’s worked for me. Read more

Making yourself irresistible

13 Dec 11 | Jayne Tancred

Most of us have resisted taking steps and making decisions that would be perfectly good for us and not that difficult. So why the hesitation? Here are some ways of overcoming resistance. Read more

Decision time: Should I stay in business

20 Sep 10 | Ben Angel

Ever wondered whether you should stay in business or if you’d be better off giving it all away? You’re not alone. Read more

A little clarity for Big Decisions

12 May 10 | Trish Weston

Big Decisions are those once or twice a year ideas that blow into my business like a welcome breeze, bringing fresh perspectives and limitless possibilities. Read more

Making difficult decisions

29 Oct 09 | Zoe Routh

When making difficult decisions, the options can feel like deciding between swimming a river full of crocodiles or staying to fight a pack of dingoes. So what should you do? Read more

Make better business decisions: Know your strong points

18 Oct 05 | Ellen Jackson

To get the most from life as a solo business owner, it makes sense to know your strong points...and use this information to make better business decisions that will lead you to success. Read more

Faster decision making by caring less

09 Oct 05 | Peter Crocker

Soloists are generally 110% passionate about what they’re doing. Passion is a good thing, right? Maybe not when it comes to effective decision making. Read more



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