If you dared to blink this August, you probably missed summer. The past few weeks have flown by so fast, we’re pinching ourselves to check they haven’t been a dream. As we wave goodbye to the bank holiday and look ahead to autumn, it’s a stark reminder that time moves pretty fast… and that making every moment count is essential! Quite appropriate, really, for this month’s roundup:
Not enough hours in the day?
As a business owner or marketing manager, you probably hear yourself saying: “I’m sorry, I didn’t have time” all too often. There’s only 24 hours in a day, but the way you manage them can make a big difference to your workflow.
Business coach Mark Dyble will be sharing a few secrets on how to free up your schedule in his latest workshop this September. If you haven’t attended one of his seminars before, you’re missing out!
Making project management simple
Speaking of time management, we’ve discovered a fantastic tool lately. Fellow Freelancer of the Year 2015, The Code Guy, knows all too well how difficult it can be to stay on top of multiple clients and projects. He decided to come up with a solution.
Skwish is a client, money and project management tool that takes the hassle out of co-ordinating your team. This month, we’ve switched over to Skwish, and have been wowed by the impact it’s had on our business. So much so, in fact, that we wrote a guest blog on the very subject!
Star lineup for Marketing On The Menu
We’ve been working overtime this summer to bring our latest project to fruition, Marketing On The Menu. As Leiths join us as the newest addition to the lineup, alongside Yelp, BizWizUK and sponsors KSH Management, excitement is building for our free seminar in London.
If you haven’t heard us shouting about the event already, you can find out everything you need to know, including the date, location and how to get involved, on our blog.
Become a voiceover artist for charity!
Like the sound of your own voice? Regardless, Network Freelance wants to hear from you, as part of a project to develop smartphone voice recognition capabilities for blind people.
For every voice accepted, they’re donating a generous £5 to charity. It only takes 30 minutes, so if you’re sitting comfortably, head to their website and hit the record button!
We know your time is precious, so we won’t keep you any longer. However, we hope you’ll find some of these takeaways handy as we head into September, and that you have a spare half an hour to donate your voice to charity!
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