Goals and Priorities With seemingly a million things to do to run a business, it can be hard to pinpoint where to start. The first step is to make a list of everything you need to get done. Then, prioritise your to-dos based on deadlines and other factors. Break down large, unwieldy projects into smaller, more manageable tasks. Revisit your business plan to make sure that the areas you’re focusing on aligning with your overall business goals. If you’re still having trouble
Castlemaine Play Therapy—Castlemaine Sally from Castlemaine Play Therapy specialises in child trauma and has significant experience working in a large national child trauma service. She prides herself as the first therapist in Australia to do an Australian based PhD in Dance Movement Therapy. She provides the following services to children and families: Play Therapy Dance Movement Therapy Counselling
Workspace is pleased to offer a small office space in its modern business centre at 118 King St, Bendigo. This first floor office space of 13.3 sqm would suit a number of industries and provide the perfect alternative to working from home, someone relocating to the area or those just starting a business. The Monthly Fee of $631 includes Electricity, Rates, Water, Internet & GST, whilst also giving the occupant access to a meeting room free of charge.
Make Time to Unwind Intentionally carve out time for yourself each week. This “me” time is different for everyone but should include relaxing or entertaining activities that help you recharge. Ideas include reading, watching a movie, cooking, gardening, doing arts and crafts, or meditating. While relaxation time can often feel like a remote luxury for busy small business owners, it’s essential to preventing burnout, so hold yourself accountable and don’t skip out on this tim
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Connect with Others It’s more important than ever for small business owners to have a support system outside of work. Maintaining personal and professional connections may be more difficult than before the pandemic; However, there are still plenty of options for keeping in touch. This may including scheduling video calls with friends and loved ones throughout the week to blow off steam. Also, make a point of cultivating a network of business mentors and peers who can serve as
David Hyatt Pty Ltd - Castlemaine David Hyatt Pty Ltd are Australian-based health professionals. Trained psychologist whose services include all areas of counselling, trauma, stress, panic and anxiety, depression, personality and work related stress, educational assessments and behaviour management. They work with children and adolescents in both primary and secondary, public and private schools along with victims of crime, Workcover, TAC and EAP. VVCS counsellor and VACCU c
The COVID-19 pandemic has created uncertainty for small business owners, both in their professional and personal lives. Depending on local guidance, you may be heading back to work or continuing to run operations remotely. As you are navigating these changes, it’s important to establish a balanced and healthy lifestyle outside of work. Over the next few weeks we will provide a number of tips for coping. 1. Take Care of Your Body When you feel your best physically, you’re mor
Martin John Lee - Castlemaine Martin’s practice is multidisciplinary, ranging from installation assemblages to video works, and varying combinations in between. The conceptual basis for much of his work lies in the examination of the contemporary dynamics and intersections of masculinity, cultural norms and societal expectations. Martin has a Master of Contemporary Art from Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, a Graduate Certificate in Visual Art, Victoria