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The January Business Surgery

“It’s important to recognise your limitations and to recognise what motivates you. So I will always encourage people to have short term goals, that you can achieve along the way – and then when you get them, celebrate them”.

Linda Davies – Carr, aka The Master Fixer

The January Business Surgery with Linda Davies – Carr, aka The Master Fixer. January is typically the time of year when we set ourselves new goals – both professional and personally. But how can we keep ourselves in check and make sure actions and goals stay aligned?

Linda Davies-Carr, delivers some straight talking advice, to help you stay on track. Plus, we put her through her paces, as she takes questions from The Mothership.

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The January Business Surgery

“It’s important to recognise your limitations and to recognise what motivates you. So I will always encourage people to have short term goals, that you can achieve along the way – and then when you get them, celebrate them”.

Linda Davies – Carr, aka The Master Fixer

The January Business Surgery with Linda Davies – Carr, aka The Master Fixer. January is typically the time of year when we set ourselves new goals – both professional and personally. But how can we keep ourselves in check and make sure actions and goals stay aligned?

Linda Davies-Carr, delivers some straight talking advice, to help you stay on track. Plus, we put her through her paces, as she takes questions from The Mothership.

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Home haircuts - lockdown locks!

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FreelanceMum · Home haircuts - lockdown locks With a cut,…

How working with a professional facilitator can help your event

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Freelance Mum, Faye Dicker, goes behind the scenes with professional…
Zoe Whitman profile shot

Podcast: Zoe Whitman, But the Books

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When you've got your dream start up project, or you love running your business and you know how to do everything... but the books. Well, we have just the answer for that!

Freelance Mum, The Business Surgery

“You can seek to understand why you procrastinate. Every body does it, I think the thing is to not feel guilty about it, because it’s quite normal…. Often it’s the fear of what you need to do, is worse than actually doing it.”

Linda Davies – Carr, The Master Fixer, Business Coach

The first of a new series of podcast, The Business Surgery is a monthly show, hosted by Freelance Mum, Faye Dicker, with business coach  – Linda Davies-Carr. Every month, we invite three small business owners, to put their business problems to Linda and get some smart results.

In this months podcast we are joined by, Sally Marks – owner of Tots Up Reward Bus. Michelle Abbasipour, from Pretty Horizontal Web Design and Claire Stone, from Claire Stone Nutrition. Three very different businesses, facing different challenges. Linda is put in the hot seat and delivers some straight answers.

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Linda Davies Carr

Stop thinking and start DOING in your business, with the Master Fixer – Linda Davies-Carr

For straight talking strategy, Linda is your go-to woman. Committed to excellence and great at bringing people together, Linda has a knack of making things happen. This session is not for the faint hearted – your business will soon start motoring!

So how does it work? Here’s a ‘typical’ meeting.

 

 

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