The 6 vs 8 test when making a decision When Toby first joined Cat’s Cove Communications a year ago, we did something that most business owners would understand: we said yes. To everything. When someone would approach us for a
Quiet. Disconnect. No schedule. These are the counter-weekend warrior symptoms that I frequently wish to experience. When working with a tight schedule throughout the week, it’s easy to see why I crave down time to help me disconnect and unwind.
If you’ve ever been told that you – or a loved one – has been diagnosed with cancer, there’s this underlying resentment that builds up towards an inanimate object. You have the Big C to blame for it. Cancer.
Picture this: I’m in my second year of university. I’m sitting at my desk in my dorm room. I have to write a 12-page essay on Galileo. I was suffering from major writer’s block, and all my friends were out
My work day today started out rough. My clients woke up hungry. I was barely awake. And breakfast hadn’t yet been served. Who are they? These two. Sure, today may have been a parenting fail. But I usually know my
This morning, I had a phone chat with a local entrepreneur who wants to find a way to promote an upcoming event, but they’re short on time. Like, really short. The event is a two-week-long journey that will see international guests
As I’m writing this post, I’m watching five restoration workers carry flooring and drywall up the stairs, through our front entrance and chucking it into the back of their trucks. The power went out = sump pumps not working = it’s
The Perth and District Chamber of Commerce recently asked me to host a workshop next month at its home-based business symposium. The title? “How to stay motivated when working from home”. Apparently they figure I have some answers to this