In this episode, we cover 12 things in WordPress that you should be doing with your site that no one ever told you to do or maybe they did but you forgot about it. We discuss settings and plugins that will make your site more user-friendly, increase your search engine results, and protect your site from hackers.
Have you ever had those days when you just don't think you can keep going? Days when you wonder if you should keep going? We all have those days. In this episode, we talk about what to do when you are having a day (or week) like that.
Sometimes, it is really hard to get dinner on the table when juggling all your responsibilities. In this episode, we discuss some tips and tricks for getting dinner on the table quickly.
In this episode, we discuss how to get the most out of attending a conference. Doing some planning before you go and some follow up after you return will help you get a higher return on your investment.
In this episode, we discuss various ways to find networking opportunities and how to work those opportunities to grow your business.
In this episode, we discuss how to build long-term self-confidence using 5 techniques.
In this episode, we discuss 9 ways to increase your confidence and why it is so important in every small business.
In this episode, we discuss our favorite brainstorming technique using Post-it Notes. It's low-tech, easy, and a great way to organize your next project.
In this episode, we discuss why you need an email list, how to get started, and what to do once you have one.
In this episode, Jeff and Kristin discuss stressful and crazy situations they encountered this week and the process used to get back on track: Pause, Reflect, Reset. They also discuss ways to track your efforts on social media and in advertisements to make sure your time and resources are going to the right places.
As small business owners, our businesses are a huge part of our life. Our families are also a huge part of our lives. You cannot run your business without buy-in from your family. In this episode, we discuss tips for improving communication with your family regarding your business needs.
In this episode, we discuss something pretty controversial, the argument about privacy and security. We read and discuss the court ruling instructing Apple to unlock the phone used by one of the San Bernadino shooters. We also discuss why this is such an important issue for all users of technology, but especially business owners.
We get so wrapped up in our businesses that we often forget to protect ourselves online. In this episode, we discuss some common sense ways to protect yourself and your business.
In this episode, Jeff and Kristin discuss what you should look for in a new accountant. We also discuss copyright law and the recent IRS outage.
In this episode, Jeff and Kristin discuss fear, how it can hold you back, the excuses you make because of it, and how to get past it to move your business forward.
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In this episode, Jeff and I discuss ways to increase your energy levels. We take you through an entire day with tips to use in the morning, afternoon, and evening.
In this episode, Jeff and Kristin discuss the basics of Facebook profiles, pages, and groups. We also discuss some best practices for each of these and when and how you would want to use each of these.
In this episode, Jeff and Kristin discuss taxes (ewww, right?). Kristin reveals five common tax errors that could cost you big time and three opportunities that could save you a bundle.
In this episode, Jeff and Kristin discuss the new year and new beginnings: focusing on what worked last year, areas of improvement, and thankfulness.
Lots of small business owners are in goal setting mode for 2016, but we believe you should do a SWOT analysis before setting your goals in order to create goals that will really propel your business. Find out more at http://smallbizlife.com
If you are struggling with growing your business, it may be because you are allowing too much flexibility in your life and your business. For more information, check out SmallBizLife.com.
In this episode, Jeff and Kristin discuss why you might not be connecting with your customers: you aren't speaking their language.