Category Archives for "Business Planning"

Outsourcing: How to Call in the Experts (Without Breaking the Bank!)

Outsourcing: How to Call in the Experts Without Breaking the Bank - Photograph by Jeshoots-com | Kathy Ennis | LittlePiggy

“Do what you do best, and outsource the rest” This is one of my favourite sayings, and I’m in good company too: it’s a saying that just about every successful entrepreneur lives by (can you see Sir Richard Branson doing his own accounts, or designing his companies’ social media posts?) You might be surprised that […]

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Ready…and ACTION! How to Stop Setting Unrealistic Targets in Your Micro or Side Hustle Business

Ready... and ACTION! How to Stop Setting Unrealistic Targets in Your Micro or Side Hustle Business | kathy Ennis | LittlePiggy

When I work with Micro or Side Hustle business owners, we start by whipping their business plan into shape. If they haven’t got one (and many don’t), we create one using my One Page Business Plan model. Why? Why don’t we start with their branding or their marketing hen that’s usually the first thing they […]

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Strategic, Business or Action: What’s the (Planning) Difference Between Friends?

Strategic, Business, or Action: What's the (Planning) Difference Between Friends? | Kathy Ennis | LittlePiggy

I say with all certainty “Every Business Needs a Plan” But not every business needs a Business Plan! My mission is to help micro and side hustle business owners turn their passion into profit. How? By working with them on the (often) missing link in their business – PLANNING! But maybe you’re shying away from […]

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Plan for Success: Take Your Micro or Side Hustle Business Back to the Future!

Plan for Success: Take Your Micro or Side Hustle Business Back to the Future - Photograph by You X Ventures | Kathy Ennis | LittlePiggy

Micro and side hustle business owners often shy away from creating a plan for success because the process of planning will raise a host of factors, including perceptions of self-worth and fear. It’s those feelings of self-worth and the fear of the commitment to a course of action (a course of action we sometimes don’t […]

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