There is a marked difference between making money and establishing the fundamentals for wealth creation. Continue reading The Pursuit of Risk | Investors, Entrepreneurs and Gamblers
Every organisation–be it a businesses or a non-profit–needs a vision and mission. It’s easy to get the two confused, especially since they both end with –ion. But they are, in fact, two separate things. Continue reading Mission vs Vision | The Rainbow and the Pot of Gold
How do you exponentially increase your chances of solidifying a transaction that seals a win-win deal for both the customer and the business? Continue reading The Savvy Salesperson
A business fable narrated by the tortoise. Continue reading The Tortoise and The Startup | Building a Business Legacy
As the middlemen in the process, distributors are ultimately looking to provide value to their customers. As artists, it is worth asking ourselves the following questions: who are we working with? Why are we choosing to work with this particular distributor? How are we choosing to work with them? And does our partnership create value for both our customers? Continue reading Distribution Strategy for Creatives | From Creator to Consumer
A sudden windfall, an inheritance, winning the lottery–all these external events do not promise longevity. What they do bring is a sudden burst of short-lived prosperity that is doomed to inevitably vanish. Continue reading Strategies for Business Longevity | Three Lessons from the Tortoise
“From both the perspective of someone who is working for, and someone who is buying from a large corporation, they eventually fail to fulfil the needs of their employees or customers. I believe this is fundamentally due to the ever-changing nature of needs of … all humans.” Continue reading What are the key ingredients of a successful business?