Risk Management for Entrepreneurs

Everyone has their own level of risk and when it comes to running a business thenumber of risks increase, the level of risks increase and the combined impact of risksmultiply! So, to make sure you are comfortable with your combined risk level acrossthe board you need to undertake the very important first step… identifying theContinue reading “Risk Management for Entrepreneurs”

Patience in business

Are you being patient enough in your entrepreneurial journey? Patient in growth Being patient in growth means; Not rushing into decisions – a lack of research can often result in mistakes and cost your business. Not making decisions due to lack of options – it is great to have stretch goals, however this can leadContinue reading “Patience in business”

How are you spending your time?

Are you building healthy or unhealthy habits? Successful or unsuccessful habits? This is the question I’m pondering as I write this. This morning as I began my day, I had the usual flurry of emails come in and prioritised reading an email from babypips.com. Why? babypips have provided me some great knowledge and learning onContinue reading “How are you spending your time?”

Global Running Day

Today is Global Running Day, the first Wednesday in June every year! I love my running and ran this morning, yet I did not know this annual celebration was in the calendar. This got me thinking – how many celebrations, events and/or key dates business owners are missing every year when it comes to theirContinue reading “Global Running Day”

Public Accountability

Do you need some public accountability? Setting big goals requires big accountability, especially if they are long term goals. Boris Johnson just announced the UK’s improved carbon emissions reduction – down 78% by 2035 – and the common question back is how does the UK plan to tackle this? Full Story The plans may notContinue reading “Public Accountability”

First Quarter Down

31 March is here and the first quarter of 2021 is complete so its time to review your position and check yourself. So, why is it good to set quarterly targets? 3 month goals work better than annual goals with last minute pushes to hit targets occurring 4 times a year rather than one! (checkContinue reading “First Quarter Down”

Who should you hire first?

So you’ve come to the conclusion that there is far too much work for just yourself and you need some help. Your to do list is getting longer and you’re finding yourself doing tasks you’d rather not do (as you don’t like it, are not good at it or your times better spent elsewhere). WhoContinue reading “Who should you hire first?”

Hans Solopreneur

Hans Solopreneur bringing the first of, hopefully, many useful blogs on running a business on your own or with a team. First of all, which one are you? Are you Nick Cage, busting it on your own, or Nick Fury, recruiting a team of heroes around you? Lets start with… So you’re going it alone,Continue reading “Hans Solopreneur”

Welcome

Welcome to the beginners guide to selling or saving your business, and everything in between. Whether you are aiming to: sell save your business following difficult times (especially in these Covid times) increase your business value start a new business get creative scale from solo to a team or know you are on the rightContinue reading “Welcome”