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5 Reasons You Need to Go on a Business Retreat

2 years ago, almost to the day I boarded a plane to Cebu, Philippines to attend a business retreat called Tropical Think Tank with Chris

5 Tips for Work at Home Mums

Are you a work at home mum?  Are you like me and still have small children at home full time – or maybe just in

Why You Should Work On Your Business vs In Your Business

When I started my first business Finlee and Me almost 8 years ago I didn’t have a freaking clue what I was doing. In fact,

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A Guide to Getting Started on LinkedIn to Help Your Business Grow

For most, LinkedIn is a place for people who are looking for a new career and a place for recruiters to search for those people

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10 Signs It’s Time to Hire a Business Coach?

It is often perceived that those that run their own business need to have everything figured out already. We business owners, however, know that is

11 steps to starting a business from Quirkshop and Angela Henderson Consulting

The 11 Steps to Start a Business

We all have those moments. The moments in which your mind drifts off and you dream about all the things you wish you could do

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Choosing Your Word of the Year

2016 was a bad year for my family and I. I had just been diagnosed with depression, started on medication and trying to just take

5 tips for startup businesses risk management with Angela Henderson

5 Tips for Startups to Minimise Legal Issues and Risk

Are you starting up the beautiful business you have been dreaming about in your corporate or government job?  Or, perhaps you have already started your

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Sales Funnel: What is it? and Why you need one!

Have you heard the term ‘sales funnel’ thrown around and thought “what the heck is that?” you’re not alone. Many businesses are missing out on

Release your business money blocks and create abundance with Angela Henderson

Release Your Money Blocks and Create Abundance

A couple of years into my business, I hit the wall. I’d been running on adrenalin, putting in a huge effort to get things up