We hear the word ‘sustainability’ a lot these days. It’s everywhere. In the news, in government memos and policy fact sheets, in NGOs and NPOs’ mission statements.
As we enter a new year, I want to talk about the importance of balance, perspective, support and productivity and I’m here to make the case that family must come first in business. Hear me out.
Here’s something that you’ll hear rarely — running a business is like raising a child. While this analogy may be strange, I believe it holds true.
Throughout my career, I’ve been lucky enough to witness almost everything that could happen to a business throughout my careers.
Ever wish you could go back in time 20 years and teach yourself the leadership lessons you know today? I’ve been thinking a lot about this recently … What would you say to yourself?
Learn both how to recognise if you have these negative thoughts and how to banish them so you can perform better in your role.
Discover a free app solution and the essentials you need to ensure that you create an experience that’s just right for your clients or customers.
‘When you’re skeptical but have to enact change and it works – that’s the best kind of wrong to be.’
Success and expansion can be found in the midst of chaos as long as you keep pushing forwards, re-model your finances, work hard and remain fluid with your expansion plans. Chatting openly with Business Matters about all things survival and expansion, Mark Wright, winner of The Apprentice 2014 and founder and director of Climb Online […]