Why I Won’t Be Watching The Apprentice

I didn’t own a TV during early series of The Apprentice so I was slow to catch on to what is now regarded as unmissable telly. And uniquely I seem not to be excited about next week when a new season returns with his Lordship, his team and another clutch of ghastly, egotistical, self-important jobsworths who have been set up for a big fall on prime-time TV. Humiliation goes with the territory. I think I can just about see why it’s such a popular TV show if you can bear to watch, rather than squirm behind your laced fingers as […]

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What A Speeding Entrepreneur Can Learn From Observation

Once, I had to go to court to defend my driving licence for a serious speeding offence. I know, doesn’t fit in with what you know of me does it? Here I am, sensible, dependable, legal, decent, honest and truthful. And yet there I was, caught speeding across the nation’s highways, bang to rights. I was a bit terrified, I don’t mind sharing that. I’d never been to court before just like I’ve never been to hospital, except as a visitor. As an entrepreneur, I’m particularly terrified of institutions; you know – the sort of places where you have to […]

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