The Courier Weekly, our flagship newsletter that provides useful stories, tips, tricks and simply good advice on how to get stuff done.
Sure, in the US, milk consumption dropped by 40% between 1975 and 2019. And in the UK, not only has the number of dairy cows declined, but some dairy farmers are also hanging their boots up and retiring from the profession altogether. But, elsewhere, it’s a different story.Read issue
Starting something new can mean a business or a side hustle – but why not start with a garden? Gardening absolutely boomed over the past year and all signs point to the trend continuing.Read issue
Here's one way to boost productivity: journaling. Close the laptop, turn off notifications and grab a notebook. Putting pen to paper has been shown to help us focus, visualize our thoughts and even improve how we process (and retain) information.Read issue
A weekly email explaining the relevance of one essential business concept to growing your business – featuring key terms, perspectives and useful tools.
This week, we’re looking at community investment – which can mean everything from hiring local to buying from local suppliers and supporting local initiatives: anything that keeps (or increases) money circulating within the community.Read issue
Angel investors' knowledge, networks and cash can be invaluable when it comes to growing your business quickly – meaning there’s as much skill in the search as there is in convincing them to invest. Here’s how to avoid wasting your valuable time – or worse, giving away part of your business to the wrong people.Read issue
One-on-ones are recurring discussions (every one or two weeks) between you and someone who works directly below you. In them, employees are given the time, space and platform to talk about whatever's important to them – work-related or not. But that’s only if you structure them properly.Read issue