Tanya Hardy

Financial Literacy

The sad reality for most of us is that we haven’t had much educational influence regarding finances and how to make our money work for us instead of us working for our money. So many of us suffer as a result of a lack of financial literacy. But what is financial literacy? Basically it is the teachings on how to handle your money, to be shrewd, and creates the guidelines to make responsible financial decisions. …

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How to start a business conversation

If you’re wanting to market or sell something, the awkward area from the greeting to the delivery of your subject can be seriously intense and if not approached or handled well can easily put your prospective client on edge and on guard. You both know why you have attended the meeting, you know that there are things that need to be discussed and you have your pitch prepared, but what now? Surely there must be …

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Alleviate the Financial stress for 2022

The last 2 years have been some of the financially hardest. Many people, from different family back grounds, financial levels and lifestyles, have in some way or form experienced a pinch from the chaos that has been the pandemic. And while we seem to be evening out and settling again, there is a fear that something new could set us back into turmoil – so how do we prepare for that appropriately and effectively? We …

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To plan better, we need to know better

To many, January is stressful… the month seems longer, the expenditure seems immense and the pressure to make it to payday is intense. As new members of the working class join the playing field that is life, how many know how to handle this new found freedom of earning and being entirely responsible of their own money? Here’s where we step in – be it in business or a personal capacity, being able to manage …

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The big debate: Should companies close for the Christmas period?

The debate continues: Should companies close for the Christmas week and is it beneficial to the company? Whilst some feel it’s a loss of income and may add stress to staff and to the people who aren’t keen on the forced break, others feel that maybe the break is a necessity to the mental and emotional well being of staff and can actually boost morale in the office? So while some may agree that a …

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