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QNA: Time Management

Hi guys, welcome to this, our second week of your questions answered and today we are jumping into the topic of time management. This week we had an interesting question so I’ll put it in, in this post as well. So, “recently just had a baby.” Congratulations. “And I’m worried that with my workload, I’m…

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Tradie Tip of the Day

Quick tradie tip of the day for you today. If you have staff and you need to keep track of their hours, I highly recommend that you go out and purchase books like these! Little pay books. These are about 2 bucks. You can get them from the post office or the Officeworks type places.…

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Strategies are Everything

Hey, hey, hey! Today I want to talk about strategies. Strategies are the basis of everything we do in life. Everything we create, or everything we think we’re going to achieve are all based on strategies. Things that we don’t do is still based on a strategy. And what do I mean by this? What…

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Keeping the passion for your goals

Hi guys, most of you as business owners would be either gone back to work this week, or plan on starting again next week. And what I want to talk about today was about how are you feeling going back to work. Are you pumped about the new year? Can’t wait to get started? Or…

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Breaking out of your Comfort Zone

Hi guys, I thought, come on live again today. Because I just wanted to share with you an experience that I’ve just had which really tested my comfort zone. I hope that it’s valuable for you as well. So, yesterday there was a message that went out over Facebook by a lady called Simone de…

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The need for help in Business

Realising you have the need for help Hi guys, I’ve been down at South Terrace this morning, that networking meeting down at Rydge’s down there. On my drive down, took me about 45 minutes, I was thinking about the need for help in business. I’ve had a couple of tradies reach out to me in…

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Hiring an Electrician !⭐Full time with immediate start⭐Fully qualified electrician or 3rd/4th Year Apprentice⭐Negotiable WageAbout Dyno Electric Founded in 2009, Dyno Electric has grown to be a respected and progressive electrical company providing domestic and commercial electrical services across South Australia.Our Domestic work includes repair and service work, new and renovation builds, and custom projects. Our Commercial arm supports many clients in both the Construction and Service fields.We are a close knit team of sparkies who enjoy our work, looking for a fully qualified electrician or a 3rd/4th Year Apprentice to join us.If you're an awesome Electrician, looking to put down roots with a great team, this is the place for you.The Role You will be working with the team across domestic & commercial fields covering service & repairs, new builds, renovations, extensions & alteration works. Your expertise, enthusiasm and experience will ensure your success in this role.Dyno Electric will provide a vehicle and uniform to compliment the strong hourly rate (negotiable based on experience).About YouYou will have the following personal traits:⭐ Good communication & customer service skills⭐ Be well presented & take pride in their work⭐ Be able work well un-supervised & with a team⭐ Good work ethic⭐ Self-motivated⭐ Be able to get along with the team If you have additional skills or accreditations, we'd love to hear about them.We are a family business with strong, family values and are looking to bring someone onboard to share in our journey forward.Qualifications:⭐ A-Class (Unrestricted) Electrical Licence⭐ Car licence⭐ Great attention to detail⭐ Australian Residency⭐ White card⭐ Clear Police Clearance⭐ Full understanding of AS3000⭐ Good fault finding skills If you like the sound of this, apply today by sending your resume via www.seek.com.au/job/58138073 ... See MoreSee Less
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The Business Prophet
About 6 years ago I suffered from stress and depression while I was running a family business. Thankfully I had income protection which meant that I didn’t need to rush back to work or worry about income while I took time off to recover.As Tradie business owners income protection insurance should be as important to you as your indemnity insurance.If you haven’t got income protection drop me a message and I’ll introduce you to who I use and recommend. ... See MoreSee Less
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