Business Productivity Blog

Tackle that to-do list with ease!

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Business can be overwhelming. With our monumental to-do lists, we can be left wondering how we’re ever going to complete everything, and that’s before adding 5 more tasks before Monday morning has even begun!  All of these demands can lead to information paralysis. But with a little strategy and prior planning, you can tackle your…

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Inspiring People: Andrea Lane

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Andrea classifies herself as an artpreneur. Since moving from Melbourne after working as the National Manager for F2 – the digital arm of Fairfax Media, she left the corporate world behind to throw herself into her community, and assist in writing funding applications for arts projects.  She is most famous for her involvement in FLOAT,…

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Productivity & Planning for 2020 – Recapping Our Workshop with Jodie Willmer

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On Jan 21, we had the pleasure of learning about productivity and planning from expert leadership consultant Jodie Willmer, co-founder of Happy Changemakers. Jodie lead us through many tools and frameworks that can help us be more effective, better organised and less stressed. Our key takeaways from Jodie’s session were: Start with your WHY Knowing…

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Finding the Right Business Structure for Your Idea

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One of the big decisions you’ll have to make when starting a business is what structure best suits your idea. Often entrepreneurs choose their structure based on cost and simplicity, however this is not always the best way for your business needs.  The business structure you choose will determine many things about your business going…

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How to Find Business Mentors for Your Business Idea

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Mentoring is invaluable when you’re trying to get your business idea up and running. It’s a clever way of packing years of business expertise and experience into a very short amount of time (like the time it takes to drink a coffee). However, finding the right mentor can be difficult. It can be hard to…

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Treechanging Entrepreneurs

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Baw Baw Shire predicts that its population will grow from 52,000 currently to 110,000 by 2035. Treechangers are wanting to take advantage of the Shire’s scenic views, rural town lifestyle, affordable housing and commutable distances in Melbourne. However, what does this mean for jobs and business in the area?

Image credit: Visit Gippsland

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