Monthly Archives: November 2010
For some people having their own business is a dream come true, and in the beginning it is exhilarating and busy; it’s easy to be caught up in the never ending to do list and the anticipation of where it will go. But there is another side to all of this; it can also be really lonely. Thats when you need your support network.
Emma Redding is a Personal Trainer, mum of 2, member of the guild of postnatal exercise teachers and founder and director of Buggyfit, a fun, sociable way to get back in shape after your new arrival.
As the UK peeks hesitantly out from recession, small business and kitchen-table entrepreneurs have got a pretty good justification for being confused. David Cameron at a recent CBI conference put bank lending at the top of his list of priorities. Yet the high street banks are being pretty tight with their money. Oh, and don’t we own quite a lot of bank real estate anyway? Isn’t it our, the taxpayer’s, money?
Well, put away your prejudices: running a business is about cold hard honesty; with yourself and with other institutions, so let’s stick to the facts: