July 2019 | Arrowbiz Solutions

July 2019 / 13 posts found

How to Use Personal Goals in Your Business

by Steve
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Goal setting is a powerful tool to help you find a career that you will find interesting and fulfilling. You will want to consider some of your personal goals and some of your skills that you may be able to use to achieve some of your goals. You will need to set your goals correctly in order for them to make an impact in your life and in your business. You will want to make sure that you think about your current career status and where you would eventually like to be with your career in the next few years […]

The ABC’s Of Q & A Sessions in Public Speaking

by Steve
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During presentations, it is the question and answer part that serves as a good occasion to know how much the audience understood or how much they did not understand from all of that speaking you did. It is also the best opportunity to be able to show your sense of humour, if you have one. Also, the question and answer portion is a good means to get your audience to participate.  The most used way, if not the most boring one, to open up the question and answer portion is: are there any questions? Or, “Now let’s take in questions.”  […]

How to Use Success Coaching for your Team Building Needs

by Steve
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You have to understand that team building skills is necessary in any business manager or owner. You will need to learn how to be a successful leader and coach, but you also need to know how to build a team that will not only support the group members, but the company at the same time. You will find that making teams within the office is a very difficult thing, but you will need to get everyone on board with your ideas before you let anything get out of hand.  The first thing that you will need to learn how to […]

The Benefits of Outsourcing in Small Businesses

by Steve
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Before we can begin discussing the benefits of outsourcing especially in small businesses we must fully understand what outsourcing is and what outsourcing is not (as many people often confuse it with off-shoring, a similar but different thing).  So what is outsourcing? A fairly recent addition to business terminology, outsourcing in a business is the delegation of certain non-core operations to other separate entities that specialize in those operations. Put very simply, outsourcing means giving away certain tasks which though imperative to the actual business, can be better managed by another industry which specializes in that task.  Outsourcing entails transferring […]

How to use Success Strategies to be Personally Happy

by Steve
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Success and happiness tend to be hand and hand, however, you have to figure out what it is that would make you feel successful and happy. Sometimes you will find that success and happiness will lead you into two different directions. For example, you may find that your current living situation makes you happy, but if you ever want to become an CEO then you will need to head for the city. You will need to consider, at one point, which is more important to you. Keep in mind, if you are able to find happiness, then you have more […]

The Number One Reason For Small Business Failure!

by Steve
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Nearly half of all small businesses fail within the first two years of operation. The number one reason for business failure is inadequate planning. The second reason is under-capitalization.  So before you mortgage your house, or go into debt financing your business, you need to know if your business is going to do more than survive — you want to know if it’s good enough to thrive! Here are three things successful businesses that have stayed in business for five years or longer have in common:  The idea. A successful business start-up always starts with an idea. Something that makes […]

The Listening Leadership Talk

by Steve
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For more than 20 years, I have taught the Leadership Talk to thousands of people worldwide.  And maybe the most important thing I’ve taught isn’t about talking — at least the leader’s talking.   I’ve taught there is a hierarchy of verbal persuasion.  The lowest levels, the least effective, are speeches and presentations.  The highest levels, the most effective, are Leadership Talks.  I’ve taught that speeches/presentations communicate information; Leadership Talks, on the other hand, have leaders establish a deep, human, emotional connections with audiences — indispensable in achieving great results.  Of course, the Leadership Talk is by definition about talking.  But […]

How you can apply success strategies to your family life

by Steve
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You will find that when it comes to busy families today, there seems to be no room for the family to become a support system. The family life today seems to be torn apart. The mom needs to work and the father needs to work to support the family financially. This may or may not be the reason for a loose family, but the truth is that the whole family should come together on the time that they do have. Instead of allowing the kids go out during the weekdays, make them stay home and have a family time day […]

The Value of Web Presence for Small Businesses

by Steve
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Undoubtedly, the internet can make the difference between a successful small business and one ignored by customers. Due to the global nature of the Internet surpassing physical frontiers between nations, and even making it unnecessary to use printed business cards when they can easily be hosted online. Web presence can make small businesses more competitive from any angle, allowing you to understand new trends, as well as discover opportunities and problems without wasting time. A small business with Internet presence improves your opportunity to connect with a number of suppliers and customers that otherwise might not be possible in your […]

The New Leadership Is A Sacred Calling

by Steve
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You can greatly improve your job and career performance when you embrace leadership as a sacred calling.  The global marketplace is creating historic changes in human circumstances as broad and deep as those originated by the Industrial Revolution. But one significant change that observers are overlooking involves leadership.   From the outset of the Industrial Revolution, order-giving has been the standard of leadership.  The word “order” comes from the Latin root meaning to arrange threads in a woof. In the Industrial Revolution’s early years, workers were “ordered” or ranked like threads in a woof of textile production lines.   But globalization is […]