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Business Process Mapping for Beginners

Include the people who work in the process: Sounds logical right, but you’d be surprised how many times this doesn’t happen – and it shows in the final product. As a manager, you can document what you think the process is, or what you’d like it to be but unless you’re the one doing it all the time, there will be tasks, issues, delays that you don’t know about.

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How I Combine the Best of Co-Working and ‘Working from Home’

Some co-working centres are like mini resorts with games rooms, on-site barbers and medical facilities. They have community gatherings, business directories and Friday night drinks.
But they don’t work for ME;
I needed to find a way to bring accountability to my work/ home blend
I decided to build a structure around my business to enable my tendencies instead of disabling them.

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7 Questions You Should Ask When Somebody Recommends Tech To You

Recommendations are usually only based on their experience and unless they are really techy themselves, they don’t necessarily know the full gamut of applications that are available.
I’ve seen so many small business owners disappear down the rabbit hole of spending time they don’t have learning and setting up a new system that wasn’t right for their business in the first place.

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Interview: Death and Technology with Nicolette Smith of The End of Life Care

Once somebody’s in more of a palliative care situation or a chronic situation in hospital, then … it’s to communicate easily with telephone coverage now and email and Facebook and online, even Skyping and all those sorts of technology are great. People can connect easier. People don’t have to fly in from other countries to speak to their loved ones. They can stay in touch with what’s going on a little bit easier because you’ve got all that technology available to us.

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Tutorial: Splitting & merging tabs within web browsers Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome

Shapes and text boxes give you great control over how you lay your information out. Traditionally people will use both, they’ll create a shape to create a background and then they’ll add a text box over the top but in most cases this is overkill because they’re not actually doing anything special with it and if you’ve got lots of content you end up with lots of layers which makes it much harder to manage.

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Microsoft Excel Tutorial: Fast Formatting with Format Painter & Cell Styles

Shapes and text boxes give you great control over how you lay your information out. Traditionally people will use both, they’ll create a shape to create a background and then they’ll add a text box over the top but in most cases this is overkill because they’re not actually doing anything special with it and if you’ve got lots of content you end up with lots of layers which makes it much harder to manage.

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I didn’t want to write this

I wanted you to think I had it all under control. I wanted the perfect business to support a perfect life. I yearned to give off the impression I had it all going on. So you’d trust me. So you’d do business with me. So, perhaps it might all be true.

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Tutorial: Shapes vs Text Boxes and using Selection Pane for layers in PowerPoint

Shapes and text boxes give you great control over how you lay your information out. Traditionally people will use both, they’ll create a shape to create a background and then they’ll add a text box over the top but in most cases this is overkill because they’re not actually doing anything special with it and if you’ve got lots of content you end up with lots of layers which makes it much harder to manage.

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