Entrepreneurship Advice

  • Entrepreneurship is an Attitude

    "What is entrepreneurship? Is it a destination or a journey? To me, entrepreneurship is an attitude" – York Zucchi, healthcare entrepreneur and venture capitalist

    entrepreneurship is an attitude

    A young female tailor and aspiring entrepreneur - Tania Habimana, travels across Africa making suits for established business people - she uses this opportunity as a way to interview, gain insights and advice from Africans who have made it both in and out of Africa. Read More »

  • 5 Real Strategies Required for Business Growth

    If you own a business, one of the most important things you would be working on is your business growth. This is what you (should) do on a daily basis. No matter how hard this may be, it is essential for your business goals and objectives. You need real strategies and you'll find 5 of the most important ones in this article.Read More »

  • You Are a Social Entrepreneur if...

    It's tempting to reserve the term 'social entrepreneur' for that rare breed that builds a significant company organized around the idea of changing the culture for the better.

    The problem with this term is that lets everyone else off the hook. The prefix social implies that regular entrepreneurs have nothing to worry about and that the goal of every un-prefixed organization and project (the 'regular kind') is to only make as much money as possible, as fast as possible.

    But that's not how the world works.

    Every project causes a change to happen, and the change we make is social. The jobs we take on, the things we make, the side effects we cause—they're not side effects, they're merely effects. When we make the change, we are responsible for the change we choose to make.

    All of us, whichever job or project we choose to take on, do something to change the culture. That social impact, positive or negative is our choice.

    It turns out that all of us are social entrepreneurs. It's just that some people are choosing to make a bigger (and better) impact than others.

    It's a spectrum, not a label.

    Originally written by Seth Godin as We are all social entrepreneurs


  • The Flywheel Concept

    If you’ve read Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...And Others Don't by Jim Collins, then you will have already known about the Flywheel Concept. It is such a powerful concept that successful business owners use to make their business a great venture. One of such people is Amazon’s founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos. He applied the Flywheel Concept and launched the Amazon Prime streaming subscription services. The story is written in the Amazon bio book - The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon by Brad Stone.Read More »

  • You Need To Be A Good Storyteller To Survive In Business

    Today's advice comes from Shane Snow, CCO of Contently, via LinkedIn

    "Good stories surprise us. They have compelling characters. They make us think, make us feel. They stick in our minds and help us remember ideas and concepts in a way that numbers and text on a slide with a bar graph don't ... unfortunately, in the era of PowerPoint and status updates, many of us have forgotten how to tell a good story."Read More »


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