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Ensuring Bad Spelling Doesn’t Spell C.U.R.T.A.I.N.S For Your Company

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Let’s be honest; starting a business isn’t an automatic pass to intelligence. Sure, you may have the creative flair and the passion for achieving your goals. But, your grades may not have been the best, and your knowledge may not be up to scratch in specific areas.

That’s no reason why business can’t work for you. In a lot of ways, success is about having that determination to see things through. In fact, intelligent people often fail to make a go of things because they focus too much on the hows and whys. When you break it down, starting a business is rarely a logical choice. Yet, it could be the best thing you ever do.

With that in mind, stop stressing about the fact that you aren’t the best with numbers. There are plenty of computer programmes which can help decode the mystery. Plus, isn’t that what accountants are for? When the numbers get too big for you to handle, you can pass them on to someone who understands them better.

Equally, there are easy ways around literacy issues. While there’s a big focus on numbers in business, language skills play a significant role, too. You’ll need to write everything from out of order signs, to business blog posts. And, spelling mistakes within could discredit you in a significant way. Which is why we’re going to look at the easy solutions to this problem.

Write everything on your computer

It doesn’t get much easier than this, right? If you aren’t a natural writer anyway, you probably already write everything on your computer. If not, it’s time to start. By using programmes like Microsoft Office 365, you can ensure spell check picks up mistakes as you go. If you’d prefer to write straight on your website or social media, you could sign up for an add-on like Grammarly. This is a free programme which checks spelling in everything from your Tweets, to your emails. Kiss goodbye to those embarrassing slip-ups!

Entrust the job to someone else

If you don’t trust yourself, even with the help of options like those mentioned above, you could turn to a company like Grow Online who can take care of the writing for you. Much like hiring an accountant, this takes the issue off your hands and ensures top-quality written content. It can also save you a lot of time. To make sure the content is still in keeping with your business, work closely with the company you choose.  Make sure they understand your vision.

Get into the reading habit

Before you complain that this isn’t an easy fix at all, think again. There are words all around us, so getting into the reading habit doesn’t have to involve substantial literature. Instead, you could get into the habit of reading the news on your phone. You could even just explore blogs like this one. These are easy ways to consume language, and the more you practice them, the better your grasp of spelling will become.

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Simon is a creative and passionate business leader dedicated to having fun in the pursuit of high performance and personal development. He is co-founder of Applied Change, a Business Change consultancy based in the UK. Simon is also an Ambassador for Gloucestershire business. Simon is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Professional Development.

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