I’ve built up loads of information on all sorts of topics on this blog over the past few years, so I thought it was time to put together a resource to help you find what’s most useful for you. I ran a poll, people said yes, so I did it!
I put this new guide together about a week ago, and it’s proved popular so I thought I’d let you know about it quickly.
I’ve put together one simple resource guide with three main sections:
- Resources for business – these include posts on how to set up a small business, things to do to grow your business, hints on networking, motivation, etc.; then some information about tax and finally an additional link to my small business interviews (note that business formation and tax posts are relevant to the UK although the rest of it will translate anywhere)
- Resources for students – how to write an essay or dissertation, plagiarism and quoting sources, and lots more to come
- Resources for Word users – all sorts of tips and hints to make your documents more consistent and easy to write, change and navigate, including tabs, margins, headings, contents pages and more obscure matters like how to put text in alphabetical order. Also includes a few notes on PowerPoint and other applications,
The whole resource guide offers a good way to find out what you need to know – do have a look and a play around, and let me know if you’ve found anything particularly useful! I’ll be adding both resources and entries to the resource guide as I go along, of course. Watch this space …
And of course, we still have the index to the Troublesome Pairs and index to all the Saturday Small Business Chat posts.
I hope you enjoy the resource guide and indexes, and the resources they guide you to!