Accountability is key to any business’ survival and your success. How do you ensure effective and rigorous accountability as a founder or business owner? One thing you probably don’t miss if you no longer work for a big company is
What does it look like to protect yourself and your business from it all getting a bit too personal? The thing about your business is that it’s yours. When things are good they make you look and feel good and, when
Like it or not, you are a big part of what makes your business unique. Learning how to leverage that will make a big difference. Don’t worry, this is not going to be yet another article about your personal brand.
The loneliness of the long distance founder is definitely an issue for most if not everyone who runs their own business. How do you manage and mitigate the isolation that comes with working for yourself? “Your own company” has two
One great benefit of running your own thing is that you can move much faster than larger businesses. How can you make the most of this advantage? If you’re someone who has gone from working for others to working for
Running your own thing – especially at the start – looks and feels like a risky business. How do you get better at recognising, managing and taking risks? Risk is a funny thing. When I was just about to start
No-one can do everything and, more than that, it’s a terrible use of your time as founder. Knowing when and for what to ask for help is a key skill when running your own business. Founders and entrepreneurs are often,