Why being a Parentpreneur is a really good thing for you and your family

Why being a Parentpreneur is a really good thing for you and your family

A lot of articles (including my own!) focus on the risks, downsides and dangers of entrepreneurship, as it pays to make well-informed decisions. However, if you are going to get started you need to be clear on your motivation so when I talk to wannabe Parentpreneurs, I often ask them for the main reason(s) they…

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Why most entrepreneurs fail

Why most entrepreneurs fail

Did you know that most entrepreneurs fail because they create a product that no one wants? That’s right. They create something that they thought was a great idea but unfortunately people didn’t want to buy it… This problem is bigger than people think As quoted by this Forbes article by Neil Patel, 9 out of 10…

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How can you make progress with your business when your kids are sick?

I’m always filled with dread when I get the too-early-in-the-day call from my child’s nursery. It normally means my child is sick and needs to be picked up, and my plan for the day put down the toilet. If its a stomach bug, the next 3 days (as a minimum) will be dedicated to changing…

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3 things you should do for your business this December

As we approach the end of 2016, some businesses (high street retailers for example) are at their busiest time, but for most business owners things are starting to get quiet. As a result, its tempting to start to sit back and feel like there is little they can do for their business before the end of…

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5 lessons for parentpreneurs from Aleksandra’s exit from ‘The Apprentice’

In a first for ‘The Apprentice’, one candidate has walked away from the show before they’d even been began working on the week’s challenge. In the BBC show, broadcast on 27th October 2016, Aleksandra King left the process, saying that she disliked the blame culture and felt the lack of work-life balance was unacceptable. Despite Lord Sugar suggesting she “couldn’t…

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