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You finally made the gutsy move to run your own business. You are the boss, you make the decisions, right? Not necessarily, there is always some bully who will try and throw you off your throne. Here is how to deal with them.

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The trophy for The David Awards Supreme Winner
You've put the hard yards into getting your business where it is today. Now get the recognition you deserve! But hurry, entry for The David Awards closes on 12 August at 5 p.m.

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Many of us as owners of small Kiwi businesses struggle with promoting ourselves adequately. Even when we use marketing experts, we are the ones who know our business the best - so the more we can contribute to the process, the better.

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From my experiences, I believe that successful business leadership requires us to position ourselves very similarly to how a music conductor does with an orchestra.

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If customers can't find your business, they can't do business with you. Make sure you are on the radar when they start looking for the goods or services you provide. The alternative could be a sad ending indeed.

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Cloud
I am not an all or nothing person. There are some tasks for which I don't find the cloud worthwhile, but for access anywhere, and especially sharing data, the cloud really does simplify things at very low cost.

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Running a home business or small enterprise can be very rewarding. It can also be isolating and stressful, and it's all too easy to neglect your own professional development when the work is coming in. Make sure you don't fall into this trap!

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If you are just starting out in business, then you need to be either first, best or different. Leah Grant explains how to find your place in your industry

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Starting or running a small or home business naturally involves an element of risk. For those who are risk averse (and Kiwis are notoriously so), Bill Treasurer suggests determining whether the risk is worthwhile, is a matter of perspective.

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If you are discounting your prices, the chances are you are the one who is missing out, says Jane Francis

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