Angela Heath’s Blog
The Idea Inventor gives you some insight into how you can come up with ideas to start or expand a business.
Yes, repurpose your skills, talents, hobbies and interests. Create something that the marketplace needs.
Most people are waiting for their breakthrough but action is required. You must break through those obstacles that hinder you.
Every product needs a service and every service needs a product. Learn more.
Ready for a wacky Zoom update? Yes, you can record upside down…not sure why you would want to but this is the latest from Zoom.
Angela Heath shares the importance of being seen, heard and noticed in the marketplace to increase your impact and influence.
Self-doubt is something that attacks all of us from time to time. What do we do about it? In this video, Angela shares some insight.
During the pandemic, providing value to our customers is critically important. Value is a word that has been so loosely used in recent times. So what does it really mean for business builders?
What are your staffing and safety plans to physically go back into the office? To round out the COVID19 series, Angela Heath provides some important considerations for the new world of work.
The COVID19 series for businesses resumes with the letter I – Innovation. Angela Heath shares some of the areas ripe for business innovation.
Here is the continuation of tips for surviving the COVID19 pandemic. This lesson today is O for Onboarding and Off-boarding. These fundamental procedures are still important.
How do you maintain value during COVID19, This video provides wonderful tactics for corporations. Value is in the eye of the customer.
Angela Heath provides corporations with a series of tips for surviving the COVID19 pandemic. This lession is C for Customer Service.
Industries across the U.S. are suffering and many have ground to a halt as cities and states are shutting down. Likewise, far too many small businesses are on the brink of disaster.
What type of business image do you want to portray: professional expert or DIY hobbyist? Look at your current website and all your social media profiles objectively; what image do those portray?
It’s exciting to get your gig off the ground and tell the world about it! It’s your dream come true and with your own business you’ll have newfound freedom that’s not available when working a corporate job.
We’ve all seen the false claims from sales people who promise that you can earn many thousands of dollars a day/week/ month if you follow their system.
Social media is either the greatest invention or the biggest time suck, depending on your perspective.
Before you leave your boss an epic “I Quit” letter, test out your skills and the viability of your business idea by making it a side hustle.
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