MYOB is a series of business-related online discussions around specific pre-determined topics. The topics will largely depend on our students' needs and current events in the business world. The format of MYOB is relatively flexible; usually it will start with a short presentation followed by open discussion.
You can think about how much taxes you are going to pay next year, or start thinking about how much you are going to save.
In our next MYOB, we are going to discuss tips, tricks and strategies you can implement throughout the next year to save yourself some money when the next tax season arrives.
To register, please send an email to FCE@Hadley.edu.
Technology helps us achieve more in our business. But there are areas where Braille can do more than technology. Also, Braille has been integrated into assistive and mainstream technologies.
You don't need the computer to perform many business related activities any more. Many things can be done on your mobile device. Now you can get things done while being away from your desk, cut down on travel time, and increase your response time. In this MYOB, find out about iPhone and iPad apps which can be help you save time and effort while running your business.
Join us for the next MYOB seminar where Hadley FCE instructor Amy Salmon will share tips and tricks on how to obtain those somewhat hard-to-get contracts with state and federal agencies. Amy will share her experiences in becoming an "authorized vendor" for the State of Illinois, Oklahoma Department of Visual Services, the Federal government's CAPs program, and the Veteran Affairs department. She will share some pointers on how to network with key representatives to open the doors for you and your business, as well as guidance for you on the maze of paperwork these types of contracts often include.
After discussing the difficulties and some of the different options for getting paid, it is now time to look at how to process customer payments with credit cards. Our expert presenter, Jill Hindes from ClearPay Financial Solutions, will give us a quick overview about the "nuts and bolts" of credit card processing and will be available to answer any questions you have.
When you have provided the requested services or shipped out the goods it is about time to write an invoice and send it to your client. You may think it was a successful transaction and your business is thriving. Not so fast! Now the nightmare begins. Getting paid is often not as easy as you may think.
Do you enjoy writing, researching, making up stories, and talking to people? Do you have good writing skills? If so, then you may be able to turn these passions and skills into a source of income through self-publishing. Please join us as FCE student Faith Cummings will discuss how she wrote and self-published her recently released E-book. Faith will share her insights on this exciting field of opportunity.
Join us for this MYOB seminar where Hadley FCE instructor Amy Salmon will share tips and tricks on how to use your current e-mail program to improve your productivity and manage your time more effectively. Tips on how to tackle your In Box, integrate your calendar and make your contacts more than just e-mail addresses will be covered.
This MYOB will be focused on the Human Performance Improvement Model and how it can be used to diagnose the real causes of why you are not achieving the results you want. Come join us as we examine a new way of attacking the difference between the performance you want and the performance you have.
When we run a business, it is important to be up to date with national, local and industry news. It may just give us a competitive advantage. But if we spend too much time being informed, we don't have enough time to run the business. In this MYOB, we will discuss how to obtain relevant information quickly, and what type of accessible resources are available to business owners.
Advice from others is essential for an entrepreneur. Whether you are seeking to promote your business, get a lead on new customers, or just want to get an opinion, social networking can widen the circle of those you know and with whom you can interact. We will discuss how social networking can help you and your business get ahead.
When you start a business, you need time and money. But most entrepreneurs only have the time. How can you get started if you don't have any money? In the first discussion of the MYOB series, we considered some ideas on how to get started with practically no cash and build up a business.
When you start your business, you may have many questions for which you don't have an answer, or you just need to run ideas by someone you trust. An experienced business owner can be a great asset to your start-up. It is highly recommended to find a mentor who can help you through the initial difficulties and even encourage you when things are difficult.