Rules to live your business by, how to get more done, how to blog when you don’t have time, and how to borrow money from family

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Here’s this week’s collection of articles from around the traps. We pick articles which we think will help you make a healthy income, work a little more productively or just inspire you to ‘get on with it’! Enjoy x.

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1. This is billed as 12 time-management tips, but it’s so much better than that. I think of these as great rules (for want of a better word) to live your business by. Number five is a brilliant way of navigating through chaos.


2. Are you thinking about borrowing money from your family to help you fund your business? Lots of us do because we can’t get money anywhere else – but it’s not an easy loan! Here are some things to think about before you dive in.


3. I love a ‘how-I-started- story, and this one is raw, real and a good read. Plus it’s got an interesting angle on pricing.


4. More tips on how to get more done. I like lists like this 10 easy ways one. Not because all 10 are good but because there’s usually one fabulous little tip that works. I’ve been trying the 5 minute walking break and reckon it’s a goodie.


5. Blogging. Lots of people rave about blogging as a good way of marketing but how do you find the time?! Here’s an awesome article on how to get it done when you’re busy, busy, busy. All 12 tips are great but the one that works best for me is the simplest of the lot; number 3. Oh yes, and if you don’t blog take a look anyway – most of the tips make sense for any type of work.


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