Everyone needs a bit of business motivation from time to time. We get ours from a factory in Wales that makes jeans, an Encouragement Network and an American marketeer with some rather snazzy glasses.
A bit of a random selection I agree, but we find the advice and information they share incredibly motivating.
Running a business is hard work, and you really have to keep a positive can-do attitude. So here are the blogs and why we read them. We hope they bring you some help too.
We stumbled across this company at the start of the year and we have been hooked ever since. The clue is in the name - yes Hiut Denim sell jeans. So how does this company inspire us in providing administrative services?
Hiut Denim do one thing well, they make good jeans. But we think they do a few more things really well. There online presence is strong and clear. The moment you are on their website you get an understanding of what they are about, how they function and what their work ethic is. You can imagine what working there would be like.
Its inspires us to think about every little detail in our work.
The Do Lectures - An Encouragement Network
We found out about The Do Lectures through Hiut Denim (same people). They say business is 75% psychology. The Do-Lectures offers a platform of inspiring lectures, workshops and events.
We've already been on one of their workshops, with 40 other people from industries ranging from a chilli soft drink maker to new freelancers with big dreams.
Seth's blog offers short concise snippets of common sense. When you start panicking over business, his articles help bring you back down to earth.
He pushes on the element of 'Go Make Something Happen'.
Most businesses fail because they never start.
We all know we need to make time to work on the business, not just in it. We find the blogs and websites above great at inspiring us to keep learning and developing.
If you want to keep the momentum in your business going, gives us a call today. Executive Support Consultants can help with the admin and day to day running of your business so you can focus on building it.