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    1. Business Insurance for Covid19: Are We Covered?

      Business Insurance for Covid19: Are We Covered?

      Over recent days we have heard many concerns about if and how your businesses might be protected during the coronavirus outbreak.

      We understand that for most of you, the key issue is how to maintain a safe work environment for yourselves, your clients and your staff. The other important question playing on people’s minds is how to keep their doors open as the economy slows down yet remain in business.  

      For some firms with the flexibility to shift from their traditional business models to a more online-friendly arrangement, this business interruption can still cause income shortfalls. In the end ...

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    2. Business Building Doesn't Have to Stop Just Because of the Pandemic

      Business Building Doesn't Have to Stop Just Because of the Pandemic

      Just because social distancing and lockdowns are in effect doesn't mean that building your business has to come to a halt. Here's an article from Lifehacker that  shares a few things that you can do to help you and your business hit the ground running when the pandemic is over.

      Here's one that's really thought-provoking:

      There are probably a bunch of things you do that you know could be done better but you lack the time to stop what you're doing and objectively assess whether with there's a better way. A great example is ...

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    3. Tax Tips and Stimulus Packages for Self-Employed Individuals and Small Businesses in Australia

      Tax Tips and Stimulus Packages for Self-Employed Individuals and Small Businesses in Australia

      There are some really stimulating insights in this Smart Company article. It's called Coronavirus Stimulus: Tax Tips for Self-Employed People and Small Business Owners.

      In it, Mark Chapman shares some interesting perspectives. Here's one that we thought was worth taking note of:

      The federal government has already acknowledged the measures announced last week won’t be sufficient to keep the small business sector afloat, and it appears more stimulus measures will be announced imminently as the economic clouds darken.

      Whilst additional tax deductions and reductions in compliance burdens are welcome, these sorts of measures don’t really address ...

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    4. Intrapreneurship is Strong in Australian Employees

      Intrapreneurship is Strong in Australian Employees

      Here's some exciting news for Australian intrapreneurs. It's called Australian employees strong on intrapreneurship: QUT research.

      It shares some interesting insights. Here's one of them:

      The GEM survey found that 8.3 per cent of Australian adults aged 18 to 65 years – around 1.4 million people - are involved in employer-sponsored entrepreneurship up from 7.8 per cent in 2017.

      To learn more, take a look at the rest of this article...

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    5. Which Marketing Model is Best for This Quarantine Season?

      Which Marketing Model is Best for This Quarantine Season?

      We thought this one would make for an interesting read while we're all on lockdown. It's called Pick a Marketing Model That Lets You Pay for Results, Not Potential.

      There are some really meaty insights here. This one, for example, was particularly thought-provoking:

      In a precarious marketplace, businesses need to stabilize their immediate future by investing in channels that they know will drive profit. Affiliate marketing is the model for this moment: It’s built on transparent and trusting relationships, where brands and partners set clear expectations and companies only have to pay for the outcomes they get ...

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    6. Ideas for Building Your Next Passive Income Source

      Ideas for Building Your Next Passive Income Source

      Passive income is a mystery to some of us but this article from Get Rich Slowly demystifies it for us a little bit. It's by Tom Drake and he's got some interesting ideas here.

      In it, he shares some interesting ideas that we might be able to put to good use. Here's one of them:

      Whenever I write about blogging as a way of making money, it’s usually good for a few raised eyebrows. It seems everyone is starting a blog, hoping to make money. Can it be done? Absolutely, but you need to be willing ...

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    7. The Evolution of Copywriting

      The Evolution of Copywriting

      This is a fascinating piece from Superfast Business. It's called How Copywriting Has Changed Over the Past 10 Years.

      It's got some really interesting insights. Here's one that we just thought we had to share:

      I think the reason people are more excited about copy is it’s kind of redefined itself in our world of direct response. It used to be, there were very set ways to do things. And a lot of people were uncomfortable with the things that you supposedly had to do to sell with copy. And now because of social media, and ...

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    8. Warning social distancing could last a year

      Warning social distancing could last a year

      The Australian Medical Association is calling for tougher action to control the spread of coronavirus.

      Social distancing measures might stick around for a year, according to scientists.

      Adam Kucharski, an epidemiologist at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said the idea that if you closed schools and shut restaurants for a couple of weeks and got back to normal life wasn’t going to happen.

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    9. Scary new data on virus and kids

      Scary new data on virus and kids

      Travel bans, bans on indoor gatherings and limits to aged care visits have been implemented in response to the pandemic.

      Coronavirus: Scott Morrison's new measures to curb the spread of COVID-19

      New data from coronavirus-infected children in Wuhan, the birthplace of the pandemic, has found they can indeed get seriously ill and confirms the first known child death from the disease.

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    10. What You Should Know About Getting Health Insurance In Australia

      What You Should Know About Getting Health Insurance In Australia

      Thinking of getting a health insurance policy for the just-in-case emergencies? Here's a fascinating resource for you from Money Mag. It's called Top Five Health Insurance Myths Debunked.

      It's got interesting insights that we think is worth reading about. Here's one of them:

      Sorry, love birds- a couple's health insurance policy is no cheaper than two single policies. In Australia, private health insurance is built on the principle of the "community rating", which means that insurers can't charge one person more than another for the same policy.

      The article goes into more detail so ...

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      Mentions: Health
    11. How to Reduce Work-Induced Stress Anxiety

      How to Reduce Work-Induced Stress Anxiety

      Working from home may eliminate your commutes but it definitely doesn't eliminate work-related stress. So, if your current work arrangements are stressing you out, this article has got you covered.

      In it, Robert L. Leahy shares some of his insights on stress-reduction. Here's an interesting excerpt:

      Research comparing “maximizers” and “satisfiers” indicates that maximizers who uniformly seek the best possible outcome are more dissatisfied, more indecisive and have more regrets.

      There are some nuggets of wisdom here that we thought could help us all immensely during this social distancing season. Read the rest of it at the link ...

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    12. A Guide to Better Virtual Working Arrangements

      A Guide to Better Virtual Working Arrangements

      Working virtually has suddenly become all the rage in the age of pandemic-induced social distancing. This article by NeuroLeadership Institute's David Rock gives us some tips on how to make our experience with it a lot more enjoyable.

      Here's some of the most poignant points that he shared:

      The brain automatically and unconsciously classifies people as in-group and out-group. Collaborating with in-group members doesn’t just feel better; we process their information more richly, making fewer cognitive errors. Collaborating with out-group members feels more like a threat. We are cautious, and we don’t trust them as much ...

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    13. How to Make Ends Meet Despite the Coronavirus Lockdowns

      How to Make Ends Meet Despite the Coronavirus Lockdowns

      Here's a great addition to your quarantine reading. It's called What To Do If You're Having Trouble Making Ends Meet.

      It's got some really great advice on what to do with your finances so that you don't have to be in too much of a sticky situation once the coronavirus panic dies out. Here's a few that we think you'd love: 

      • Research high interest savings accounts online and opt for one of the sharpest providers on the market;
      • Set up a direct debit to transfer money from your everyday transaction account to your ...
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    14. How to Keep Your Well-Being Top Priority In the Midst of the Pandemic

      How to Keep Your Well-Being Top Priority In the Midst of the Pandemic

      This Psychology Today article has some timely advice. It's called Being Kind to Yourself in the Midst of a Pandemic.

      In it, Mica Estrada shares some really thought-provoking insights. Here's one that we thought that you might need to hear:

      When our automatic response to threats is to feel fear and stress, it is especially important to fight for our well-being and not let the fear overtake our minds, bodies and lives. 

      To learn how to do this, take a look at the rest of the article at the link below...

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      Mentions: Health
    15. Stimulus Packages Are Already Being Crafted

      Stimulus Packages Are Already Being Crafted

      Here's a good news to small businesses. The government is doing it's part in helping us out.

      In this short article from Smart Company, we learn a couple of ways it's doing so. Here's one that really put a smile on our faces: 

      The New South Wales government is also scrapping certain fees and charges that apply to businesses in vulnerable sectors.

      These include fees for bars, cafes, restaurants and tradespeople.

      The total allocated for this measure is $80 million, but it is not yet clear exactly which fees will be waived, or for how long ...

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    16. Tax Deductibles That You Can Claim for Working at Home

      Tax Deductibles That You Can Claim for Working at Home

      Did you know that there are certain tax deductions that you can get by working from home? Liz Russell tells us all about it in this fascinating piece.

      Here's one gem that we thought we should share:

      As businesses around Australia respond to the threat of a COVID-19 outbreak, more and more are taking a safety-first approach and moving some or all of their staff to working remotely.

      For people who are used to working only at their workplace they may not be aware of the possible tax deductions they may be entitled to when working from home.

      To ...

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    17. Australian Government Moves to Aid Small Businesses

      Australian Government Moves to Aid Small Businesses

      Thought you could use some good news in the middle of the health crisis with this article called The government is writing cheques to small business owners: This is how much you’ll get. 

      It's by Smart Company's Jason Andrew. In it, he shares:  

      Eligible small and medium-sized employers will be provided with a 50% tax-free ‘cashback’ of up to $25,000 (and a minimum of $2,000) on their PAYG Withholding on wages between January 1, 2020, and 30 June, 2020.

      He further elaborates in the rest of the article so do give it a good read ...

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    18. How to Keep Yourself Financially Healthy During The Coronavirus Outbreak

      How to Keep Yourself Financially Healthy During The Coronavirus Outbreak

      Thought we'd share these valuable reminders from the Australian financial services website Mozo called 5 ways to stay financially healthy during Coronavirus.

      In it, Olivia Gee gives us some useful information that can help us with our finances during this Covid-19 outbreak. Here's one that we found to be really useful:

      Unfortunately, people in certain industries aren’t able to take their work home with them. Many casual workers also don’t have leave entitlements, and other workers may have to take unpaid sick leave. 

      If you find yourself in this situation and you’re a mortgage holder ...

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    19. How Firms Are Flexing Their Creativity Muscles This Social Distancing Season

      How Firms Are Flexing Their Creativity Muscles This Social Distancing Season

      In times of crisis, people tend to flex their creativity muscles. Companies are no different.

      This article shows how some of the biggest firms in Australia is coping with the social distancing policies. Here's a short excerpt:

      Big four consulting firm KPMG will split its workforce into a "blue team" and a "white team" from next week and keep them separate from each other to try to avoid infections.

      Under the plan, one team will work from home and the other from the office for a week at a time, and the teams will then swap locations for the ...

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    20. Mistakes You're Making on Your Facebook Ad Strategy and How To Set Things Right

      Mistakes You're Making on Your Facebook Ad Strategy and How To Set Things Right

      It's easy to fall into the trap that of thinking that you know what's best for Facebook just because you're a regular user. This article from Social Media Examiner has some interesting insights that might dispute that.

      Here's one point that we thought we ought to share with you:

      The second biggest mistake that I see advertisers make (other than not having a strategy in the first place) is not managing campaigns after they’ve gone live.

      If you set up a campaign and let it run on its own, it will decrease in effectiveness over ...

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    21. Leading Your Team Through Remote Work

      Leading Your Team Through Remote Work

      Came across this article from Jason Wingard and loved it. It's published in Forbes.

      He gives us some fascinating nuggets of wisdom here. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Leaders, especially those who are not used to managing virtual teams, may feel stressed about keeping the team on track. Under these circumstances it is tempting to become exclusively task-focused. To address these challenges, making time for personal interaction is more important than ever.

      Take a look at the rest of this fascinating piece to learn more...

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    22. The Reality of Relationship Burnout

      The Reality of Relationship Burnout

      There are lots of insights in this interesting post from Gregg Michaelsen. It's called Can You Fall Out of Love?

      It's full of interesting nuggets of wisdom. Here's a snippet to give you an idea:

      To stay in love is to recognize that each of you must be proactive. Instead of looking for the flaws of your partner, examine ways in which you can compliment his weaknesses with your strengths. If he sucks at cooking, make a deal where you cook, and he cleans up. If you hate gardening but he enjoys mowing the lawn, find a ...

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    23. There's No Better Time to Start Hosting a Webinar

      There's No Better Time to Start Hosting a Webinar

      This one's a really interesting piece from Eventbrite. It's called How to Host an Online Event or Webinar That Live Event Attendees Will Love

      There' are some really interesting ideas put forward in it. Here's one of them that we at Leads Magazine really loved:

      The bottom line is despite your expertise and experience, adaptability is still the most beneficial skill you need as an event professional. And with a whole slew of digital formatting options, you can more seamlessly pivot in any given challenge.

      Some call it a livestream, others call it a webinar or virtual ...

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    24. E-Commerce Marketplace Tips for 2020

      E-Commerce Marketplace Tips for 2020

      Thought we'd share this fascinating piece from Channel Advisor. It's called 3 Best Practices for Selling on E-Commerce Marketplaces in 2020.

      It's got some really interesting ideas that we thought was worth spreading. Here's one of them:

      To truly excel on e-commerce marketplaces, fast and affordable fulfilment is critical. But in the era of same-day deliveries, it can also be incredibly costly and time-consuming to provide. That’s where automation comes in.

      If your fulfilment operations still involve a lot of spreadsheets and manual tasks, it’s time to put things on autopilot. The more you ...

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