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Find Your Focus Challenge 2018

​Introducing the 5 Day Find Your Focus Challenge​Next month, ​October 2018, I will be running a challenge to set you up for a fantastic, focused 2019.We’re not just talking your business goals, but some personal ones too. ​For anyone who struggles to decide what to work on next Or forgets why this task was supposed to […]

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How To: Add Hidden Images on WordPress

Hiya, Fellow Yarn Lovers! If you have a WordPress blog, there’s a nifty little trick that I think you might like. I’ll show you how to do it, right here in the Academy! For those of you who’ve spent a fair bit of time on Pinterest (you know who you are!), you know that there’s […]

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Review and Re-Focus10 Day Challenge

​Introducing the 10 Day ​Review and Re- Focus Challenge​​Following on from the amazing success o the November Find Your Focus Challenge I will be running a challenge to show youhow to review your actions and set you up for a fantastic, re-focused 2018.We’re not just talking your business goals, but some personal ones too. Not […]

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Should I Offer Free Postage, Include it in the Price or as Separate Fee?

This time around our question can from Yarn Academy facebook group from Beth Higgins. Should I include the cost of postage in the price of my items? This is a toughie  as there are so many different questions you need to answer before you can make a decision.  This will definitely be a choice that […]

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Urgent Vs Important

The Eisenhower Matrix, also referred to as Urgent-Important Matrix, helps you decide on and prioritize tasks by urgency and importance, sorting out less urgent and important tasks which you should either delegate or not do at all. its a process I use, not as often as I should, when everything feels too much. Dwight D. […]

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I Can’t Do It All At Once!

No you are right you cannot do everything all at once.  Don’t beat yourself up for wanting to make everything happen for your business all at once.  You must slow down, give yourself a break.  It is impossible to multitask to that extent. Mailing lists, websites, pattern writing, dying, drying, blocking, editing, networking, publishing, promotion…  […]

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Staying on Target for Your Business

This week I’m sharing my thoughts on how to find where you should be spending your time to grown your business and not get bogged down in the nonsense.  As this is such a large topic this is a highlight of the areas to consider with more details in the linked blog posts. Part of […]

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