Low Budget London Office

Low budget London office. Discover the entrepreneurial way to work in the capital HAD Abraham Maslow, that genius American psychologist, who died in 1970 survived to witness today's technological wonders, he would have amended his life’s work... Read More

Loving an Elevator

Loving an elevator. Did Dermot's proposal work? Let what happened to my young friend, Dermot, be an object lesson to all who want to learn how to fuse love with business. Now, as Valentine’s Day looms on February 14, this is as good a time as any to tell his story... Read More

How to Make a Fast Entrepreneurial Fortune

To make a fast entrepreneurial fortune in business requires the right mindset If you want to make a fast entrepreneurial fortune today, buy a lottery ticket. But if you possess some skills, resilience, patience and a preparedness to read the rest of this post, there is an alternative... Read More

Entrepreneurship Awards for You to Win

What entrepreneurship awards are up for grabs? Remember how a Compendium of Games was always a standard, delightful gift under your Christmas tree? Well, ho, ho, ho, I have a similar offering for you, which should bring fascination throughout 2016 – and perhaps for years to come... Read More

Are You Badvertising?

Avoid Badvertising by applying sound principles when creating promotional materials Badvertising is common. in fact it's way too common. Why is it that people running small businesses spend so much money and time on adverts that fail to communicate the main message? Or worse, any message at all. People working on their own can suffer from tunnel vision. And most small business owners I know can't afford to engage an ad agency. But gathering a committee of friends to discuss and design your ads doesn’t necessarily “make a camel”, as the saying goes. Sometimes it makes a tortoise… Read More

Are You Showing Vulnerability?

Showing vulnerability is good? Showing vulnerability is not something we associate with 'the successful ones' or 'the special ones'. Quite the opposite. Successful, special people strut their stuff with pomp and purpose. Think Trumped-up politics, sport or popular reality shows like 'The Apprentice'. And invariably, you find yourself bridling. They are the aspiring heroes who haughtily present themselves to their prospective boss or audience with glamour and gloss, slick ‘n’ snappy and wrapped in armadillo-like impermeable confidence... Read More