Posts tagged Small Business Goals
Our Business Review Template is available!

One of the soundest practices that we've kept from our corporate years is the discipline of analysing our performance and planning for the future.

Hands up if these are the things you feel you "should" be doing but not exactly getting jazzed about it? ‍

It's your lucky day (week, month, and year), because this is something we ARE jazzed about. We also get how tedious, dull and bland this may sound to you, so we have whipped up this nifty, easy to use template - better yet, IT’S FREE!

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Sales and marketing 101 for small business

Are you feeling a little scattered in your approach to generating more customers?

Join us for our latest vlog where we are going back to basics - or you could call it housekeeping. So many of our clients come to us very stressed because they are stuck in the ‘execution’ of their marketing plan - but don’t really have any strategy behind it.

In this 8 minute video, we talk about how you can set yourself up for success…

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Are you stuck writing your business plan?

We’ve had an influx of clients go through our 'business plan review' session of late so we’ve been in the thick of guiding clients with their business goals and strategy - and well, its been awesome.

The light bulb moments, bringing the goals to life and paving those clear next steps - all of these things help reduce our clients feeling of overwhelm and thats why we enjoy what we do.

So if you are a little stuck on where to start with your own business plan we have some tips … 

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It's about time...

When we first started our small business, our babies were still babies. We were only prepared to work in the business part-time, and therefore our expectations about how much we would earn (like nothing in the early days) and what we could achieve were always linked back to how many working hours we had to physically commit to the business. We did a time audit.

Time is probably one of the most important factors. When you’re juggling a family and a small business, it’s very easy to burn out.

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You owe me for the years, not the minutes. Finding your worth in business.

The thing is, some of us struggle with pricing, because although we understand our customer’s needs, desires and pain points, we don't necessarily walk into our small business on day one with the confidence and understanding of how to charge people for our skills and experience.

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Lessons learned as we close out the financial year.

As the financial year closes out, business owners are in a great position to review performance over the past 12 months.

On top of reviewing financial data we also suggest looking at other aspects of your business, for example your analytics can reveal which lead generation pipe worked best for you. Its a great time to make some strategic decisions to help your business grow and expand your net profit.

The end of financial year also marks a year in business for Two Girls and a Laptop. Jacqui takes some time to reflect on some of the lessons we’ve learnt over the past year.

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Under Pressure.

Getting a biz off the ground (and keeping it viable) isn’t easy. Those first few years where you’re seriously working your butt off and also ploughing every cent you earn back in the biz. Those moments of doubt when you could be working half the hours for someone else and bringing home 5 (or 10 times!) the cash.

Its hard...

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