Have you ever considered your mortality? What would happen to your business if something happened to you? How would your family cope if the unthinkable occurred?
Yes, it’s horrible to imagine.
It’s something you don’t want to consider but it’s absolutely necessary before starting your business. Of course, it’s never too late even if you already have a business.
Back in my agribusiness banking days there was a client who lost her husband in an accident. He had life insurance but that takes time to be released. All their bank accounts were in joint names and had to be frozen on his passing.
Here was a lady who had just unexpectedly, traumatically lost her husband who then didn’t have access to any money until the will was executed. It’s a situation you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy.
Ever wondered if those stories of building a business while travelling are true?
Felt a little jealous and wondered if it’s really possible? Tried to work out what you’d need and how to pay for it?
Meet Isabelle Kenis and Chris Richardson.
I met this lovely pair at #Unblogged in the Grampians recently and the more I listened, the more I wanted to know. They are beautiful people doing awesome things with their respective businesses and blogs.
Chris and Isabelle kindly accepted my invitation to share their tips and tales with you so settle in and enjoy! Continue reading
Today we have the lovely Janet Brent guest posting. Once you’ve had a read be sure to pop via Janet’s website too and say g’day!
As a graphic designer with a penchant for branding, I love logo creation. My craft becomes a passion when combined with the alchemy of a client who is as invested in the final product as I am. Collaboration is a big part of my working style, and education towards my own working process and design concepts is just part of the journey.
Sometimes, it can be scary and overwhelming to find the right designer, especially if you don’t know the process. Asking the right questions can eliminate nightmare stories and ensure your logo creation goes as smoothly as possible. When meeting with the potential designer, don’t forget that you’re interviewing them just as much as they might be interviewing you. You don’t want to be the nightmare client just as much as you wouldn’t want to find a nightmare designer.
Here are questions to help the prospecting process to ensure you and your designer will be the perfect fit: Continue reading