The results of the Business Leaders Outlook survey, undertaken by JP Morgan, are in. According to the stats, Australian businesses are generally ‘cautiously optimistic’ as we start 2023. Are you?
Money concerns are keeping a lot of people up at night right now. While stress isn’t good, these can be powerful motivators to look at how you’re doing financially and where you want to be.
Recent collapses in the construction industry present a ‘wake up call’ for tradies – even if business is booming right now.
Perhaps 2022 hasn’t started with the clear run we’d hoped for. But success and stability are ahead, we just have to move forward steadily, one step at a time.
Raising the super guarantee is not a new debate, but it’s definitely not the right time for it to re-emerge, or for the Government to raise the employer contribution to ten percent, writes Paul Rattray.
Unfortunately, a general feeling of trepidation lingers as we head into 2021. Make sure you remain focused on your core operations, your clients and your cash flow, writes Jim Vass.
SMEs need to do two things to prepare for what lies ahead: make themselves ‘nimble’ and plan for uncertainty.
Australia is certainly on a more solid footing that most other countries, but it is too early to call ‘recession over’, writes Jim Vass.
Taking a break will benefit your overall wellbeing enormously and your business too, because you’ll come back to it refreshed.
A goal without a plan is only a wish. Accountability is the glue that ties commitment to results. So who is keeping you accountable?