Implementing these next steps to future-proof your small business can significantly enhance the potential of your small business.
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A healthy balance between work and life is an important part of your wellbeing, especially if you’re a small business owner. Read our blogs and discover ways to take a slow living approach to your business.
Outsourcing can contribute to the overall success of your business. Discover key processes that can significantly benefit from outsourcing.
Cultivating a slow brand is about more than design. It’s a commitment to thoughtful business practice and means taking the time to deep dive into the core elements of your brand—from strategy and styling to storytelling—to ensure they work in harmony.
If you are in the habit of doing quarterly business planning, there are a couple of seasonal touches you can include to help ground you and connect you to the natural cycles your body will intuitively experience.
When you’re running a small business, the task list can seem endless. Here’s how to rethink simplifying tasks and create more breathing space.
Hygge is everywhere you look. So, why not open the door to a hygge lifestyle while you’re working from home?
Starting a business is an incredibly exciting endeavour, but it’s not always easy. Growing your business takes time and dedication and requires you to be strategic about how you approach each step in the process. If you want your business to grow slowly but surely, there are some steps that you can take to ensure success.
Owning a business improves your life in many ways, not least because it puts destiny in your hands. But it may seem that the fast-paced nature of modern business will stand in your way of slow living and a better quality of life. It doesn’t have to be that way, though.
Kat is a confidence mentor for creatives who recently took a break from her business. In this post she shares what she took away from her time off.
In this post Astrid Bracke shares some of the boundaries that helps her run a slow and intentional business, and offers strategies to help you do the same.
Good news: there are some simple ways to spend less time and energy on the marketing side of your business and more on your creative work.
Jen Carrington is a creative coach who helps big-hearted creatives make things happen in their creative life and business on their own terms, in their own way, and by their own rules. She is also a writer, and the co-host of…