A gift can be used to say so much more than Happy Birthday, Merry Christmas, Happy Anniversary, Congratulations. I have been using gifts to draw attention and stand out from the crowd with amazing results.Read More
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Thursday, 1 December 2011 11:01:47 AM Australia/Sydney
Christmas is the time of year that we are "making a list and checking it twice, because we want to find out who's naughty or nice". I have been thinking about how this applies to the business world.Read More
Tuesday, 9 August 2011 11:48:03 AM Australia/Sydney
Last week we had a taste of spring and didn't it feel great. You could almost smell the spring flowers and see people's spirits lift. Everyone has been saying what a cold wet winter we had and it certainly felt like it. In the midst of the cold days it was hard to imagine being warm again, but it's coming.Read More
Wednesday, 8 June 2011 11:03:04 AM Australia/Sydney
My husband always says that I am good at spending money. So I thought I'd put this gift to work and share my top 10 ways to spend your left over profits before the end of the financial year.
1. Have a business makeover and while your at it throw in a makeover for yourself.
2. Make a donation to your favourite charity. Here's a great one Andrew Masi is cycling in the Les Dix Alpes cycling challenge, raising money for The Oncology Childrens Foundation.
3. Take a holiday but make sure you call it a business planning trip.
4. Give an EOFY (end of financial year) gift to your favourite clients. You'll stand out from the Christmas rush of gifts. Wrapped to you have some great gift ideas, check out website
5. Look at your stationary needs. Do you need more printing done or need to produce a report. WHO printing do a fantastic and speedy job
6. Plan a Christmas in July event for your clients and staff, away from the 'silly season'
7. Reward your team for all their efforts this financial year. Plan a social event or give them a gift
8. Organise team building events for your staff. How about a spa day, theatre nights, trip to the vineyards 9. Buy something bigger or better
10. Shop till you drop then give the receipts to your bookkeeper or accountant and let them creatively turn them into tax deductions
Disclaimer: your accountant is the best judge on what is REALLY a tax deduction so talk to them.
Thursday, 13 January 2011 12:06:55 PM Australia/Sydney
The unfolding devastation in Queensland causes you to think about what's REALLY important and about realationshipsRead More
Tuesday, 19 October 2010 4:20:44 PM Australia/Sydney
If you have then you have probably noticed the Christmas trees, decorations and gifts filling the shops. How did you feel……..did you get a sense of excitement or dread?Read More