Digital marketing consultant Susannah Birch shares some motivating tips for fellow creatives who are finding it tough to work from home.
As part of Queensland Small Business Month, many organisations and service providers have prepared resources, workshops, webinars and more to help Queensland small business owners learn new skills that can benefit their business.
One key topic area of this Small Business Month is health and wellbeing. This area is often overlooked by business owners who prioritise activities around management, marketing, finance, and planning. However, looking after mental health and wellbeing is one of the most important factors of a successful business – without you at your best, your business cannot perform at its best.
This Small Business Month we encourage business owners to prioritise their wellbeing. Being proactive about looking after your mental health will help you better overcome stress and challenges when they come your way. Promoting mental health in the workplace will also help you and your employees remain engaged and productive at work and boost job satisfaction, all contributing to the success of your business.
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Q&A with Annemarie Lyons of personal training studio, Health by Numb3rs.
Q&A with Emma Mactaggart of children's picture book publisher, Boogie Books.
Q&A with Sally Andrew, owner of dance studio Radiance Academy Toowoomba.