Everyone has their own talents and skills. Some people are good at organisation, some are good at design, and some have great people skills. These and many more other diverse talents are what makes a team function effectively. But of course, the world isn’t so perfect.
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Recently, there’s been a piece of malicious software (aka malware) that’s been circulating around the worldwide web called WannaCry. It’s a particularly nasty piece of malware, because you could lose access to all of your computer’s files once you get it.
If you’re doing freelancing or have an online business in the UK, you’ve probably used Skype. In fact, even those not into online business know about Skype. It’s an easy way to communicate with other people anywhere they may be in the world, through chat, voice, and video calling. Skype isn’t perfect though; it has its issues.
Great leaders inspire people to be their best and to do their best work. If you have a team of people working with you, ask yourself: “Am I doing something to make them do the best that they can do?”
Watching Greyhound races is a popular hobby in the UK. And with it comes the betting. As it is a game of chance, you win some, you lose some. But if you keep on losing, there must be something wrong.
Every CEO is at the top position for a reason. It’s not just to earn lots of money; being at the top includes the greatest responsibility of making sure the company runs smoothly. Part of that is being a mentor to the people under them.
Last time, I talked about three essential Google services for your online business in the UK. These services are free and very functional, and nearly everybody is using them. But of course, Google does not have a monopoly on all cloud services. There are others worth looking at (and using) as well.
Google seems to be the king of the internet today. Everywhere, we see Google and its subsidiaries in the web. It’s even in our phones – the Android operating system is owned by Google as well. You can’t be on the internet without at least using a Google service once.
In your small business in the UK, there are bound to be costs. There will be things you need to buy, such as equipment, stocks of products, shipping, software, cloud services, etc. And of course, there’s the costs of transportation whenever you’re meeting with clients or joint venture partners in person. These expenses may even eat into your profits.
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