Entries by Dion Sully

Building Personal Resilience as a Small Business Owner: Key Tips for Success  

Running a small business is a journey filled with ups and downs. Resilience is important for small business owners to succeed. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, seeking out business advice has become a common practice.  This blog post will explain personal resilience and give helpful tips to small business owners, founders and entrepreneurs. So, […]

The Crucial Role of Family and Friends in Supporting Business Owners

Starting and running a business can be an exhilarating yet challenging journey. While business owners face numerous obstacles along the way, having the right level of support from family and friends can significantly impact their success. In this blog post, we will explore the crucial role that those close to you play in supporting business […]

The Secret Of Great Time Management

We see this as a 2-sided headache for customers. Firstly, it’s based on motivation which is priority management and the second is structure and forming habits. Have you ever given the excuse that you simply don’t have enough time? We bet you have! You aren’t saying that you don’t have enough time, what you are […]

Pricing – Getting it right, first time.

When it comes to pricing we want you to first go back to blog post one in this series regarding value. That blog post started with the line – ‘price is what you pay and value is what you get’. Before you even consider doing a pricing list, structure, or model, you must first determine […]

Value – Why It Should Come First

Price is what you pay and value is what you receive. Defining the value that you are providing should come before defining the price and that’s because it can be influenced by lots and lots of things, including, but not limited to: The principle of the ‘value first’ model is concentrating on how and with […]

Virtual Working – The Good, The Bad And How To Avoid The Ugly

Lockdown has meant that many businesses have had to revert to virtual working and, in most cases, it was at very short notice and most businesses were not prepared for this. In London alone, 57% of people did some form of home working during the lockdown period. This has meant a decline for businesses relying on people coming into the […]

The Power Of Yes

How saying yes and meaning it can have a positive impact on your life and mental attitude