How to add excitement to every working day

Let’s be honest, there are times in business when it’s all a bit of a grind; when every day feels like ground hog day. Add a crazy workload into the Read More

Free E-Book: Are You Ready to Make Your Business Boom in 2017?

A number of our pretty darn awesome Smallville Contributors got together recently and decided that they would love to share their best ideas and strategies for making 2017 a great Read More

What is Your ‘One Thing’ You’re Going to Stop Doing Next Year?

With the New Year only weeks away, it’s generally the time of year where we start to reflect and plan what we want to achieve in the coming year. Personally Read More

Episode 9: Using Old-School Marketing to Get an Edge on Your Competition

In this new episode of the Business over Breakfast podcast, Bree and I are getting retro and talking old-school marketing techniques. So often in business we become fixated on online and Read More

One day Your Customers Won’t Want What you are Selling

On a recent study tour to Japan, I visited a range of leading manufacturing companies to better understand how they do what they do. In one particular business, which was Read More

It’s Time to Embrace a Little Spontaneity With Our Customers

Let’s be honest, there is a lot of bad customer service out there. But it doesn’t need to be bad and in fact, it can even be a little ad Read More

Want to know more about my Author Academy retreat in Bali in January 2017?

As you might know I’m doing an Author Academy retreat in Sanur Bali in January 2017 for new authors, and I’ve had a number of people who wanted a little Read More

Losing Money Because of This Simple Mistake Is Crazy

A little while back I referred a friend of mine to a web developer who I thought could help her with a new website. A few days later my friend Read More

Have you Forgotten How to Celebrate Your Successes?

I have had many periods in my life that could only be described as absolutely crazy. Working too hard, taking on too many responsibilities, worrying about too much stuff and Read More