Authentic humility can give you the perspective you need to build a high-growth organisation.
To be successful, we have to learn to say no. But there comes a time when you need to start saying yes again too. Here’s why.
Successful high-impact entrepreneurs take calculated bets almost daily. High risks come with high rewards, which in turn are the result of understanding that failure is part...
Urgency can be an essential tool to growing a high-impact organisation, or a distraction.
It’s vital that you perform a role before you delegate it in your start-up. Here’s why.
Don’t let perceived realities – of your business or those of your competitors – derail your strategies.
There’s been a lot of talk about privilege lately: What is it? Who has it? Who doesn’t have it? I have a slightly different take on...
This is your primary job as an entrepreneur who wants to build a sustainable and successful start-up.
Sure, landing a big client can seem like a gift from the gods, but don’t get too excited. What seems like a great opportunity might actually...
How do your competitors see your strengths and weaknesses? The answers just might surprise you.
Running a successful business is all about getting customers, which means selling is the single most important skill to have as an entrepreneur.
Banish business myths from your mind and don’t fall victim to the perceived power differential.
Money’s important, but not as important as you think? Stop fixating on funding and get your business model right first.
Don’t let negative employees hamper your start-up’s growth. Your people should be a competitive advantage, not a disadvantage.
Expanding your operation to new locations can be exciting, but what’s really driving the decision? Make sure it’s not ego.
Steve Jobs’ ability to conjure up a Reality Distortion Field that made the impossible seem possible has become the stuff of business legend. But is there...
Fads come and go, and while they might sometimes offer tantalising business opportunities, it’s important to examine these trends critically.
Just as a dog looks like its owner, a business looks like its leader. Your character will create the culture of your company.
Are you struggling to convey your brilliant business ideas to others? Try simplifying your explanation to the point where a six-year-old would understand it.
We’re all terribly busy, but we’re all also worried about opportunity costs. But does pursuing one opportunity necessarily mean that another opportunity is lost