Does your reselling business need its own website?
I’m almost always recommending business owners to get their own website. Almost. Key word there. The thing about advice is that there’s never a one-size-fits-all. So what about resellers?
Resellers: someone who purchases inventory at retail (specifically inventory not purchased at wholesale with a wholesale agreement) or secondhand to then “flip:” sell it again at a profit.
Quick answer: I say no. You don’t need your own website. Cue disbelief. “What?! How can you call yourself a business coach?! EVERY BUSINESS NEEDS A WEBSITE”.
Take a deep breath and let me walk it through with you.
The last thing you want to think about is taxes, am I right? But like it or not, taxes are a part of life. If you’re a normal American, you might be able to get by only doing them once a year. But as a small business owner, you’re doing them not once but up to five times a year. And unfortunately that little truth alone will scare many would-be-business owners into not going into business.
DO NOT LET TAXES SCARE YOU. I’m going to help you take the fear out of taxes. Once you remove the fear, it’ll just be another easy peasy regular task that you do because you’re a responsible business owner. Ready? Let’s do this.
In light of the recent global coronavirus pandemic, you may find yourself working from home a lot more than usual. I’ve been working from home for a few years now as an online boutique owner and an over-the-phone business coach.
Let me share with you my number one productivity tip. Staying productive in this crazy time where everything seems up in the air, will help you feel as normal as possible. I’m not here to give you the impression that I achieve every task on my to do list. While I’m not perfect, I have learned what works for me.
There’s a lot of little time saving tricks I’ve learned over the years, but I have found one simple productivity tip to rise above all the others in my entrepreneurial arsenal.
Congratulations, you’re in business! You’ll now be putting your personal information out into the world more than ever. Are you doing all that you can to protect it? Here's three things you can do to protect your personal information!
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It’s the New Year and you’ve probably got a few things you want to change in 2020. Imagine yourself this time next year, what do you want to be true of you? Are you healthier? More productive? More disciplined?
The biggest changes we experience rarely happen overnight. They happen because of steady small choices we make daily. These are called habits.
Stop making lofty New Year resolutions, and instead aim to change your habits. Adding a new habit to your day will create longer lasting effects than any New Years resolution.
Here’s the best way to add a new habit to your day. This time next year you can be the healthier, more productive, and more disciplined version of yourself -- but you have to work for it.
Hey! I'm Christine, I'm an entrepreneur and small business owner who has learned by trial and error. I write helpful articles that help you take your next steps in business. Occasionally I like to mix things up and dash in a bit of lifestyle topics. Thanks for being here!