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The Leadership Skills An Entrepreneur Needs to Scale Business.

<\ Leadership is an ability to motivate, influence and lead people in and outside an organization towards a common goal or purpose. It can be learnt or it’s inborn. As a quality, leadership is constantly evolving and for an entrepreneur … Continue reading

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Corporate Responsibility: How values can guide your organizational activities

So much has been said on stakeholder management, corporate responsibility (CR), CSR and community impact that it can fill volumes of books. Still something is missing even though there are more standards available to guide new start-ups like the GRI, … Continue reading

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Bridging Failures: Being a Successful Entrepreneur

Failure sucks and the hardest part is getting over the experience. Too often it binds us in chains of fear and prevents us from taking the next step forward. Here are some tips to help you on your journey forwards. … Continue reading

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Failure is a Leap of Faith

I hear a lot about the fear of failure, like it is a big thing…a taboo topic or a hidden disease. Failure is an integral part of learning, it is like breathing. Show me a person who has never failed … Continue reading

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Start-Ups: Second Chances – are opportunities to overcome failure by learning from the past

I think we need to re-look the mind-set of failure and convert it into one of second chances. Too often we get stuck in the past. The chains of our mistakes don’t let us overcome pessimism to grab the future, … Continue reading

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Passion and Purpose – A two-edged sword for any entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs fascinate me as they are a breed of risk takers. Some people find circumstances lead them to the edge and they have no choice but to flap those wings and survive. Others are adventurous, experimenting and constantly learning to … Continue reading

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Why Negotiating Skills and Defining Legal Boundaries are important for Start-ups

Emerging or so called “Growth” markets are high risk but have the opportunity to offer great returns. It is estimated that 90% of international arbitrations relate to contract disputes between private parties and the rest involve suing countries! Both of … Continue reading

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