This year, let’s nail it.

8 January 2020

The presents are open. The pudding’s all gone. The relatives have left the building. So what’s 2020 got in store for you?

Show this year who’s boss. We’ll be with you all the way.

Well, look at that – it’s 2020. I don’t know about you, but 2020 always sounded like the future to me. So here we are, standing in the future. Or, let’s face it, probably sitting.

We made it. Through the pre-Christmas chaos. Through the actual Christmas chaos. Through the New Year’s Eve chaos. And now here we are, at the start of a brand new year. Here’s wishing you and yours a very a happy one.

And if you’re thinking, this is the year I get organised, the year I stop getting bogged down in paperwork, the year I start actually nailing it – we’ve got you.

Because this year we’re going to be bringing you a bunch more ways to smash through your admin, win more work and get your business even more ship shape than before. New tools, new updates and loads more advice, ideas and strategies right here on the blog – starting with a brand new post next week on why you can do better than Word and Excel.

Even better, you can get all our admin-busting blogs straight to your inbox, just by signing up here. No strings, no hassle, just straight-up, sound advice to help you do your thing, better than ever.

Every blog’s based on our five no-nonsense ideas for trading better – follow every lead, have a solid system, be fast and friendly, do admin little and often, and be the pro it’s good to know. They’re not rocket science, but they might just be the jet pack you’re looking for.

Ready? Let’s do this.
Adam

By Adam Austin

Co-founder of YourTradebase. One quick, easy app that frees you from paperwork and lets you get back to the job you love. yourtradebase.com

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