Well, it has been some time since my last post. OK, a whole lot of things have happened and I could give a whole lorry load of excuses, reasons or mitigating cicumstances as to why I have not posted for so long. But I’m not going to give excuses. Stuff happens, yes? We just need to get over it and carry on. All right, I may have missed one post but there is no excuse for missing seven months of posts. The truth is I missed posting a couple of times because of unavoidable things, but then I just got out of the habit.
Now habits are very important when it comes to growing a business. It is important to start doing things that matter and the perceved wisdom is that it will take twenty one days for a habit to become established, although there is some contaversy here (read this article). Whatever the truth is about the establishment of habits, the important thing is that you develop habits that will help your business grow. So from now on I am going to re-establish the habit of writing a regular blog. And, with a view to providing even more valuable nuggets of wisdom, I will be inviting the occaisional guest writer to contribute and shall include the odd snippet from the marketeers of the Entrepreneur’s Circle; after all, the whole purpose of this blog is to influence and stimulate business owners into taking actions that will make a difference to their business.
What has been happening?
With my self castigation over, let me bring you up to date on what has been going on at Great Elm. The news is that we have been growing and we have given the brand a bit of a facelift, after all it has been over eleven years since Great Elm was established by me. We have had a slight change of name; we are now Great Elm Bookkeepers. There is a new website in the pipeline. We have a new office at the Mendip Hub and we have expanded the team.
Meet the team.
Darrell has joined Milly and me with the aim to provide an even better experience for our clients, providing them with up-to-date management information which will enable them to manage their business and plan confidently for the future. Darrell is an MAAT and has extensive experience of providing management information to businesses in general and restaurants in particular.
The Great Elm Bookkeepers is a team of professionals, committed to striving to be honest, proactive, reliable and knowledgeable and offering value for money solutions to our clients.
Until next time (which will not be as long as last) lets make the real stuff happen!