Writing a book has been my lifelong dream. That is probably the reason why it sounds so unbelievable that I can now say, “I have written a book.” As I said, it has always been my dream, but never really a goal. I just wanted it too much to work for it because I didn’t want to ruin the whole fantasy. Now that I have my own book, soon to be published, I would like to share what I struggled with and the ways I came up with to help me overcome the hurdles.
It seems to me that we live in an era where “positive thinking” has become such a powerful trend that it’s impossible not to see such a message anywhere I look. Everyone seems to spread the word of how “your thoughts create your reality” or “positive thinking attracts positive things” that I can’t help it but feel stressed out most of the time I allow myself to get caught in this trap.
The subscription model is the latest trend covering almost all industries and markets from Retail and Media to Transport, Tech and Finance. As a business
If you’re serious about scaling your own business, then this is a must-read blog that could help you scale successfully. How do you know if your business or the market is ready? What should be your priorities? Is it a make or break decision?
I’ve been an entrepreneur for the past 30 years and during that time I’ve started eight businesses and am currently working on business number nine.
It can be all too easy to be accountable to yourself. In spite of setting your goals – whether in your personal life or in business – you can get distracted or decide to shift priorities. And no matter what your excuses for failing to meet those goals, you calmly accept the blame. Why? When it can be so different with an accountability buddy?
Remarkable as they are, our brains can only hold four to five things at a time. If everything we do is happening in our head, we have to make a decision which one is important enough at the time to be kept and which one we need to let go. So, how do we get organized when our brains are permanently overloaded?
Starting and successfully running a business without any competition might seem like an unusual – if not impossible – way of making money. And yet, it’s a concept that can and does work, if you know the ‘what’ and the ‘why’ of the business you’re actually getting into.