I've noticed a disturbing trend recently. There are a number of self-styled gurus promising to show fledgling entrepreneurs how to grow their businesses using their expertise and self-development knowledge. The problem is that the advice they offer is suspect at best.
Is anyone else sick of all those "seven ways to have a more productive morning" / "five habits to make your day more effective" lists? I've read all the "tips" going, and they are all totally useless if you have a young child.
Love it or hate it, the word "mumpreneur" has become a buzzword over the last couple of years. The "mum economy" is predicted to be worth £9.5 billion in the UK by 2025, and women currently launch more than half of the UK's new businesses. So why has motherhood become such a catalyst for entrepreneurship?
No seriously, you have. It might not feel like it right now, but you have all of the tools and knowledge you need to figure everything in your life out. It's all there inside you, it's just a case of digging it out. I spent years working as a marketing consultant before I decided to … Continue reading You’ve got this
In my previous post, I wrote about the importance of having a sense of joy in your work. Happy companies are more successful and happy people perform better. But 85% of people do not feel engaged in their work. Yikes. If you're running a business, your lack of joy is likely to filter through to … Continue reading Finding joy in your work