Why are companies getting their blogs so wrong? A major problem is the belief that a blog is a to-do list item, rather than a carefully crafted story.
It’s a known fact that entrepreneurs are major risk takers. Believing in themselves enough to invest time and attention into their ideas is the biggest risk they take. Here’s why it’s never a mistake to roll the dice on yourself.
When you are an entrepreneur who is creating a living and breathing organism in the corporate world, it is truly small minded to believe your time is more important than your value.
As the romantic aphorism goes: “You have to kiss many frogs to get to your prince.” And the saying is also true for start-ups.
Women leaders are in all areas of business these days, including the traditionally male-dominated fields of wealth management, winemaking and world travelling.
In this digital day and age it is said that we can work remotely from anywhere in the world. But can you really be effective working remotely 24/7?
Crowdfunding has truly democratised the funding process as an alternative for those who are unlikely to get a loan or investment through traditional avenues.
A lot of start-up founders are longing to get into incubator programs and my response is always the same — not so fast!
For organisations looking to become more innovative, start-up collaboration is key.