Business InformationThe influence of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on human Socio-economic growth cannot be over emphasised. It signify a hub round which the prosperity of many countries and people across the World revolves.

Phyllis’s teaching and research pursuits lie in data mining for business intelligence, business process re-engineering and customer relationship administration. She has offered on buyer relationship management on the NATAS CRM Seminar in Feb 2004. When you access the Internet, make an EFTPOS cost, drive a contemporary car, or tweet from your iPhone you’re interacting with the world of knowledge programs.

The course has been designed as an ultimate preparation for a variety of IT and management careers, reminiscent of consultancy, methods analyst or enterprise analyst. You may have the chance to develop your leadership and management abilities, work on live client projects by our Media Lab (our pupil-led software consultancy), begin up your own consultancy business through …

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If you look at why your business may not be growing quickly, you’ll probably realize that ‘people pleasing’ is probably getting in your way.

What you need is to start setting boundaries as a business owner, now more than ever.





So many times I speak to women who say:

“I can’t seem to grow to the next level. Here I am, stuck at six figures, and I’m working MORE than I would ever agree to work for anyone else, while paying myself LESS than I would ever agree for how much I do.”

Can you relate to this? If so, don’t beat yourself up. While this is certainly frustrating, it’s actually very normal at the 6-figure stage of business.

And when we look at why this is happening, it’s because they are doing too much in the business that you should be working on, and not setting boundaries as a

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As you reflect over the year that’s coming to a close…ask yourself this question:

Have I taken well-deserved and much-needed time off (as much as I wanted and am worthy of) to enjoy the people I love, the things I love to do, the travel I’ve been meaning to do?

Or, did you find yourself still…

  • doing so much yourself in your business (even though you have people who could do it)
  • working long days, more evenings than you’d like to admit (weekends too)
  • keeping your laptop and phone nearby ‘just in case’
  • unable to walk away for a “spa day” without feeling guilty
  • overwhelmed and heading to burnout

…because you fear that your business won’t make money (or even run smoothly) without you there?

If these things are true for you, know that it really does not need to be this way.

In fact, it’s unsustainable to tell yourself

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When you started out as an entrepreneur, it was “All hands on deck!” to get your first clients.

You probably didn’t really have fancy “marketing plans with benchmarks” to reach a certain revenue goal. It was probably more an energy related to “urgency to make money asap!”

Now though, you have more clients, you’re making more money, you have bigger expenses and it’s time to get really strategic about reaching bigger revenue goals.

The fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants, pray-it-will-all-work-out approach is (or should be) a thing of the past.

You’ve graduated to being inspired by an idea, envisioning how it can change your clients’ lives, setting major goals, brainstorming solutions, taking big risks and going for it…YES!

Then there’s that other stuff that’s not so fun:

KPI’s, targets, goals, data and numbers. If you’re like most of us, this isn’t really your forte; in fact it can bring up a lot of resistance

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Every single person can be a changemaker. In this episode of the Sheri Kaye Hoff Show, we discuss the ever-increasing importance of individuals embracing this vital role. Meet the author of Becoming a Changemaker, Alex Budak as he answers the questions:

What does it mean to be a changemaker?
How can we learn to embrace failure as a means toward leading positive change?
What does your research show about what it takes to become a changemaker?
Does empathy play an important role in change efforts?

Alex Budak is a social entrepreneur, UC Berkeley Haas faculty member, and author of Becoming a Changemaker.

At UC Berkeley, he created and teaches the transformative course “Becoming a Changemaker,” and serves as Executive Director of the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program.  As a social entrepreneur, he co‐founded StartSomeGood.com, ran Sweden’s most prominent social innovation incubator, Reach for Change, and was previously at Change.org.  

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