Category Archives: Editorial

Bringing you commentary on issues that are personal to the Author and might not necessarily directly relate to the services we offer.

What are the Stations of the Cross?

Originally posted on Cay_Moore:
The Stations of the Cross refer to a series of pictures or other artistic representations used to depict the last events leading to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Although commonly used in conjunction with prayer…

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So, what about contracts?

How do you approach the issue of contracts in your business?  Do you always ensure that you sign a contract before providing your goods and or services? Do you feel confident to even suggest signing a contract especially when your … Continue reading

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There is Life after Redundancy II

Six years ago on the 31 July 2009, I was faced with a redundancy situation and chose to make the brave decision to opt for the redundancy. It was one of the best decisions I made, since it turned out … Continue reading

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2014 in review

One of my Promises to Me:  To blog more and some… Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 400 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take … Continue reading

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The only way is Premae

“Big and Small are just words”, thus commented Clare Eluka during a conversation when someone inferred that launching into a new initiative can be quite daunting as the task or tasks at hand can seem so huge.  Clare’s words of … Continue reading

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The Quest for Knowledge

“Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes”. Peter Drucker To be the best at what you do, your quest for knowledge should be unrelenting! I have always liked learning new things and from the time … Continue reading

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The top legal issues facing self employed and small business owners in 2014

Being a self employed or a small business owner means that the buck stops with you, especially in the early days when you are the chief cook and bottle washer.  You wear all the hats, Director, Accountant, Lawyer, Receptionist, Administrator … Continue reading

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Are you a completer/finisher?

It has been a bit of a revelation that very often when I am called in to work on a project, nine out of ten times, it’s because of unfinished work that started off brilliantly, but which fell by the way … Continue reading

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“Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive!”

  Ever heard that saying before?    I have pondered over the last few weeks on the saga involving Vicky Price and Chris Huhne.  I know all the furore has died down now, but I couldn’t help thinking how aptly … Continue reading

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A Journey on the “Busyness” Bus to a Place called Park

Those of you who are business people will somehow resonate with this, I am sure.  Life as a business person gets so hectic, especially if you are a one man band.  So hectic in fact, that sometimes, driven by the … Continue reading

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