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  • What I’ve learned – 29 May 2017

    Intention and entrepreneurship: in it for the long haul? Before one embarks on a startup journey or begins to turn a business idea into a career, it’s important to strip back the grandiose dreams and ask yourself one simple question – why do you want...

  • Making Facebook Ads work for your business

    How to Advertise on Facebook I hosted a Facebook Live this week with Ben Simkin who joined me as a Brains Trust on a topic that is – or should be – front of mind for many business owners: Facebook Marketing. Ben Simkin, founder of BusinessNET and Facebook...

  • Do you know anyone who needs a job?

    Hiring quality employees As season three of Shark Tank inches closer to a screen near you, it is worth reflecting on the ‘story’ of each Shark. I suggest that one of the reasons we were chosen was our ability to empathise greatly with those pitching...

  • What I’ve learned – 22 May 2017

    Digital marketing: how to grow your business using Facebook? It’s imperative that as business owners we’re across all possible customer acquisition platforms – the thing is that they change so quickly. There’s a plethora of information out ‘there’ about...

  • Tip #1 – Do You Remember Your First Customer

    Tip of the Day #1 From time to time I will offer a tip of the day, that is some business ‘tips’. Perhaps you would like to keep a notebook handy just for this purpose – because I will often ask you to write things down. Being in business is a long journey...

  • The upside of having a parent who’s not there

    Meaningful contribution at work Mother’s Day last weekend made me ponder the concept of contribution: how my mother contributed to who I am, how I contribute to my own children and also how I contribute to my business and my community. In speaking...

  • What I’ve Learned – 15 May 2017

    Keep it moving forward As business morphs at the speed at light and technology and artificial intelligence gain complexity before our very eyes, we as business owners are being pulled in several directions. Combine that demanding pull with the very...

  • What stories did the mothers of entrepreneurs tell them

    The Worst Advice our Mothers gave us As Mother’s Day inches closer – this Sunday 14th May – it is time to reflect on the contribution our mothers have made to us. I thought I’d ask some fellow founders, to share what was the worst advice (or blatant...

  • What I’ve learned – 8 May 2017

    Best Business Advice My blog theme for the month, as the title suggests, is ‘Best Business Advice’. Throughout my career I’ve had many people offer ‘nuggets of gold’ that have benefited me greatly, unbeknownst to them. That’s the amazing thing about...

  • The Future of Work for business owners

    The Future of SMEs After reading the findings of a recent SmartCompany research study, titled ‘The SME of the future’, I found the shifts in key trends for business owners that they highlighted, fascinating. The study acknowledged that the nature of...

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