Making Sense Of Small Business Legals
Welcome to episode 053 of The Law of Effortlessness Podcast with Shannon Bush, this episode features Shalini Nandan who teaches the art of advocacy in small business, and how to hold strong in the face of inevitable challenges.
Shalini drafts small business legals – legal contracts so they become part of your business toolkit, educating your clients and taking the guesswork out of working with your ideal client. Shalini operates between Brisbane and Fiji and is a mother to a 26-year-old son living in London, and co-parents a 14-month-old who is teaching her the power of assertiveness and unconditional love.
In this episode, Shannon and Shalini explore who the solopreneur is, what role does a self-advocate play in your business, and how you can engage your self-advocate to make your business thrive effortlessly
Shalini opens up about how she built her business from Facebook Groups, and having conversations with people and asking the simple questions like “what is it you’re doing?” and following her curiosity as well as asking very targeted questions to get you started with legals in your business.
Shannon and Shalini ask powerful questions like:
- How can you prepare for legals in the early stages of business
- Is the fee you charge properly structured?
- What are the basic requirements for website legals?
They also discuss what exactly is a business – does a side hustle count and do you need legals for that? As well as when to get your legals reviewed and how – including keeping up to date with changes to, the law and how to handle debtors
It’s the ideal episode for any small business owner in Australia looking to better understand the basics when it comes to small business legals.
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Notable Quotes & Pearls Of Wisdom
“Your website needs to be populated, you need to have services and transactions to have legals.”
“No longer is a website just a basic website, even for startups.”
“If you have a side hustle, look at what your competitors are doing. If they don’t have terms and conditions, lift your standard.”
“Don’t use someone elses’ benchmark for quality assurance.”