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I recently came across a wonderful essay by Michael Barrish entitled System. In it, he describes a model for life made up of three stages:
In 1988 Laura and I created a three-stage model of what we called “living process.” We called the three stages Good Thing, Rut, and Transition. As we saw it, Good Thing becomes Rut, Rut becomes Transition, and Transition becomes Good Thing. It’s a continuous circuit.
A Good Thing never leads directly to a Transition, in large part because it has no reason to. A Good Thing wants to remain a Good Thing, and this is precisely why it becomes a Rut. Ruts, on the other hand, want desperately to change into something else.
This pattern immediately made sense to me. In most aspects of my life, I follow this cycle, except that the three stages are never anywhere near equal in length.
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Making improvements to your home-based business as it grows is imperative for its success. However, it can be hard to isolate which factors of your budding business you should focus on. After all, you want to improve the areas that will get you the biggest overall gain. But recognizing your business’s strengths while acknowledging its weaknesses will put you a step ahead of your competitors.
1. Set Goals and Deadlines
Setting goals for your home-based business is an important part of your success story. You have to know where you want to go to determine the best way to get there. Setting goals and sticking to your deadlines will help you create concrete plans for your business and keep you moving forward. A great example of a goal is increasing traffic to your online marketing.
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How have you changed the way you run your business since the #MeToo event? It’s been more than a year and a half since the #MeToo hashtag took off on Twitter, and the movement that activist Tarana Burke started in 2006 became an unavoidable part of the national conversation. Since then, discussions around workplace sexual assault and harassment are being heard in a way they weren’t before. Many female entrepreneurs are taking the #MeToo seriously — definitely not sweeping it under the rug. Here’s what 5 women entrepreneurs are doing and what you can do too to keep the #MeToo issue front and center as you run your business…. Read More