We caught up with Debbie in Costa Blanca to talk about Reach Digital, We Luv Local and how EnterprisingYou supported their growth.
Janine McDonald: My EnterprisingYou Journey
Before the second national lockdown, we sat down with Janine McDonald, a passionate business owner and EnterprisingYou client and we spoke about life, work and Janine’s EnterprisingYou journey.
New Year Same You: A Chance to Feel Better About Yourself Everyday
What could you do today that tomorrow’s version of you would thank you for?
Interview with our first client – Luke Potts, brand designer and owner of Studio Potts
We caught up with Luke, the first business owner to sign up to EnterprisingYou, to find out more about his business and what 2020 has been like from his perspective.
Tipping the balance to make your life work for you
Do you have a healthy work-life balance? A survey by the Mental Health Foundation found that more than 40% of workers are neglecting other areas of their life due to work.
Shop Local - What's in it for you?
A vibrant local community is built around reliable services, shops and places to eat, drink and socialise. Here are a few reasons why you should shop local.
A chat with Caroline Dawe, self-employed Therapist and Counsellor
Caroline Dawe is a self-employed Therapist and Counsellor, specialising in hypnotherapy. Along with her two friendly dogs, Caroline and our Engagement Officer, Michael Ayre sat down for a virtual chat about life being self-employed and navigating the Covid-19 business landscape.
What role does a Routine play for your Wellbeing?
Routine is something we all have; we may have routines based on environments, circumstances, or other factors. It can provide the opportunity to prioritise and ensure time for things that matter most to you in life. Whether you are adjusting, re-adjusting, or trying to maintain your routine currently, it is important to build yours on what you need to be the healthiest, happiest version of you.
A catch up with Sam Williamson, owner of Hands on Fitness
At EnterprisingYou, we are proud to support local businesses and we recently caught up with Samantha Williamson, owner of Hands on Fitness based in Bolton to find out more about the business, Samantha’s EnterprisingYou journey and the plans for the future.
Managing Your ‘New’ Wellbeing – Creating and Maintaining Habits
Starting something new can always seem daunting, but it is all about building foundations in which to build smaller steps to lead you to ultimate goals. Understanding where you are currently, and where you are wanting to go is vital for moving forward with anything in life, especially your wellbeing.
Kick-starting your “New Wellbeing” into the ‘New Normal’
Have you managed to find time to start a new health regime? Or are you still focusing on getting through the last few months? Right now “getting back to normal” may seem quite far away for many, you may found your general wellbeing has waivered. So how can you take steps towards your new improved wellbeing?
The not so hidden magic of marketing
Running a business is a constant learning curve, from developing new products or services that keep up with demand, to developing new processes or systems that allow you to streamline your business and aim for more profitability. When it comes to marketing, it includes everything from inspiring brand ambassadors, to ensuring that your business projects effectively its brand personality, with a clear message.
NINE TO DINE - 9 Tips for Food Businesses in August
The Covid19 pandemic has hit the food and drink sector hard and has been a challenge for many self-employed business owners as they look to the future.
The Government’s recent announcement of the “Eat Out To Help Out Scheme” has created an opportunity for restaurants, cafés and bars to encourage customers back out onto the High Street and into their shops. If you are going to participate in the scheme in August, are you thinking about your approach if your customers seek to maximise the 50% discount?
6 tips to maintain your productivity
For the last couple of months, we have seen a massive shift and change in how we work, play and exercise. These unprecedented times have thrown nearly every business owner a massive curve ball.
We have all been impacted by the pandemic, and we have faced challenges like never before. It is not easy to diversify the normal working practices while finding opportunities for growth, not to mention staying productive.