Most things people do are guided by a rhythm. How we structure our days, spend our time, when we breathe, when we sleep, how we feel, our habits and routines, the list goes on. Businesses have rhythms too. That is regular activities that once perfected, create a more consistent output. For example, a successful salesperson or team […]
This post is to remind you of the importance of moving forward towards creating a viable business model, so you don’t run out of steam before you build something financially sustainable. I’m conscious that a lot of our blog content is focused on helping people understand what they are creating in the early stages of […]
No matter what you’re working on, learning and practice are essential for getting good. Don’t disappoint yourself by thinking that you’ll naturally have the skills to be a good entrepreneur. It requires practice to become a good founder, like anything else in life. Think about some of the other things you might be good at… […]
Starting a business is hard when you have a product no one cares about. It’s much easier to get people behind your business when the thing you’re creating solves a real problem for a group of people, and your reason for existing aligns with values they care about. For every business, there is a core […]
You can’t be great at everything. In fact, if you want to be exceptional at anything, you’re going to have to reside in the fact that you’re probably not going to not be great at a significant number of other skills. This is because it takes a lot of practice to become great at […]
Society screws with aspiring entrepreneurs Most people don’t start out with the skillset and mindset required to build a successful business. We’re conditioned to go to school, university and then into a 9-5 job. If you choose to learn about business during this time, it’s generally from an academic or management perspective that doesn’t reflect […]
So you have an idea for a business, but you’re still stuck in a day job? Here’s 7 tips for starting a business while you’re still busy with work.
Grappling with productivity? Don’t worry. We’ve pulled together some articles we think will help.
Over the past few months we’ve been developing a three-phase entrepreneurial development program called The Startup Series.
This article is designed to help you understand the importance of learning at least some basic code.