5 tips for leaders on how to take stock and get businesses ready for 2021

As a strange year drew to a close, I thought it was about time I sat down and went over what exactly had gotten me and my team through these unprecedented times. Not only was there a pandemic, but for us running businesses in the UK or with a presence there, we’ve also had to contend with the dreaded B-word. I’ve been working a long time on automation and simplifying the process of running a business. Over the course of my career, I’ve learned a thing or two about how to improve businesses, but I’ve never had to overcome as…

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Using YouTube to Grow a Business

Wondering if your business should have a YouTube presence? Have you tried publishing on YouTube but it hasn’t done anything for your business? In this article, you’ll learn how to use YouTube videos to grow your business organically. Why Businesses Should Consider YouTube There are two key reasons businesses should consider marketing on YouTube. The […]
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