Yep, i love reading. Reading books, magazines, blogs, tweets, updates etc. I’ve realised that lately though, the amount of blog posts, articles, tweets etc have been taking more of my reading attention than actual books (printed or ebooks – i don’t mind the format). There is something about reading a book that is very different from reading a […]
I'm all for having a business plan in the verb sense. I'm just not a big believer in the noun form. Writing a formal business plan invites the paralysis of analysis. If you must write a business plan, see Exit Strategy, for the five critical questions your business plan should answer. Because yeah, sometimes you need one. It distracts the entrepreneur from slaying dragons and thinking big thoughts. The result usually is a long-winded missive that's out of date almost the moment the ink dries.Kate Lister
This blog has been due for an upgrade since it started. Being too busy with other projects is a terrible excuse, but it is the reason. I decided to take a few hours and make some changes though. Still not 100% , but definitely a step in the right direction. Ps. This also means that […]
Have you ever experienced something you would consider ‘life-changing‘? Christine and I had the privilege of traveling to the United States for the second time to attend the WPPI conference in Las Vegas. By most peoples standards, this will be considered a life-changing experience. (if you have never heard of the WPPI before, it is […]
A turn in the road is not the end of the road...unless you fail to make the turn."John M. Capozzi”
“A turn in the road is not the end of the road…unless you fail to make the turn.”
Love this video about doing something even if it is not perfect yet. Watch it!