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Lessons learnt in 35 years of Business
Business growth expert, Anthony Fleming, shares six essential lessons he has learned from over 35 years of business.
Posted on August 30, 2017 | By Anthony Fleming | Leave a response
How to Build a Winning Team
Your team can propel you to success or, if you are not careful, they can bring your business down, so knowing how you build your team is critical.
Posted on August 9, 2017 | By Anthony Fleming | Leave a response
Are You An Effective Leader?
So, are you an effective leader? This is a question that every business owner should ask themselves – and everyday! Whether you are running a business, you are the manager of a large company or in charge of a team of people then you must evaluate your leadership skills regularly.
Posted on July 22, 2017 | By Anthony Fleming | Leave a response
Do We Need More Women In Business?
Do We Need More Women In Business? A very good question. What do you think? Well my view is that women are crucial to the economic growth of the world and more and more companies are investing in women as they recognise this. However, I believe that there is still greater potential for a more female orientated approach to business. Would you agree?
Posted on May 8, 2015 | By Anthony Fleming | Leave a response
Focus! Focus! Focus!
These days the hardest thing in the world seems to be getting and then staying focused. It’s the 21st century and we seem to have a million different things to do all at once. It can certainly be hard to slow down, even pause for a second, long enough to concentrate on just one of your important goals – or even simple goals.
Posted on April 25, 2015 | By Anthony Fleming | Leave a response
Dealing with Stress as a Small Business Owner
It’s inevitable. When owning and running a business, there are going to be times when you feel stressed. There is so much that needs to be done and it keeps piling up until the end is nowhere in sight. Sometimes, it just doesn’t feel manageable. There are always too many ideas, projects or clients, but just not enough time in which to deal with them. This is where the thoughts about giving up might creep in…