“Look around you. Look at your friends, your relatives, your coworkers, the people you meet when you shop or go to a party. How do they spend their days? Most of them work. They all do many other things as well, playing sports, performing music, pursuing hobbies, doing public service. Now ask yourself honestly: How… Continue reading Talent is overrated
The Microlight flying experience is a perfect way to mix the most advantageous coastal views with the excitement of soaring above the clouds over 1,500ft! Whilst not the most adrenaline inducing of activities, the age old flying method is wonderfully exciting – and the views provided from the sheer drop beneath you are truly second to none.… Continue reading The Only Way Is Up – Diani
The highly anticipated post is here! Doing business with friends! First off, I would like to disagree with the popular motion, “never do business with friends”. I strongly believe that it all depends on the approach you take while choosing who to do business with. Typically with friends, it’s easy to dive into a startup opportunity… Continue reading Can friends and business mix?
The Starting Point is a startling book with big truths; packed into a book that the average person can read in roughly one hour.
At one point in my life, only 21 years of age at the time, I found myself actively involved in running 4 businesses. I always wonder how this came to be, considering I just celebrated my 5th anniversary as an entrepreneur, four of which I was still persuing my undergraduate computer science degree. At the age of 18,… Continue reading Lessons from running 2+ businesses
It seems like almost every young person wants to be rich these days, chasing the glory and status of being the “NBT” – The Next Big Thing. Sadly, most of us are “wantrepreneurs”. We are wannabe entrepreneurs. In my opinion, we lack what it really takes to become rich. I have been going through as many articles and books as… Continue reading What it takes to be Young & Rich
An “excuse” is a justification for doing or not doing something. The dictionary defines an excuse as a reason or explanation put forward to defend or justify a fault or offense. Simply put, excuses are never the reason for why a person did or didn’t do something but a revision of reality and justification for… Continue reading 5 Excuses I’m Sick of Hearing