Probabilities & Priorities

One of the most common traits of entrepreneurs is that we have an abundance of ideas. We can generate more ideas in a few months than we could put into action in a lifetime. A shortage of ideas, even good ideas, usually isn’t a problem. What can be a problem is figuring out which ideas…

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Corporations: “Abattoirs of the human soul?”

In the TED Talk below, Nigel Marsh describes corporations as “abattoirs of the human soul”.  Do we have to accept a world where corporations are unable to accommodate the human needs of their major contributors (staff)? Much of Nigel’s advice makes a great deal of sense – and I’d love your input on how HR…

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Business or Hobby?

At an Entrepreneurs in London event yesterday, Warren Cass, the founder and CEO of Business Scene asked the audience – of entrepreneurs, note – who amongst them regarded themselves as a salesperson.  Far from everyone in the room raised their hand; I didn’t – partly out of shyness, and partly because I don’t think of…

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