Invisible Wins

I was already going to write a blog post on this topic today – invisible wins – when a second example came into my life. The first example came via a very wise client who told me that she’d done a workshop that she would, in hindsight, liked to have charged more for. Not much more and she would have been in profit, given the amount of studious work in advance, travel to and from, and presentation on the day. Wear and tear. Yup, I know. Psyching yourself up and prepping to present to your public, a profit is the […]

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Entrepreneur: How Do I Know I Am One?

A comment from a virtual visitor earlier in the week got me thinking. Here’s his comment “Isn’t Entrepreneur a word that is used to describe other people?  As in you couldn’t really say “I am an Entrepreneur”, even if other people labelled you as such?”  Thanks to Michael for that. Actually I can, so I disagree with Michael. I don’t hold the word Entrepreneur in quite such reverence. Guru perhaps. Genius definitely. But Entrepreneur no. How do I know I am one?   Because I started and ran my own firm of accountants and sold it after 20 years and the guy […]

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