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Never Stop…

Never Stop…

A lot of people ask me how I achieve certain things and the simple answer is that I just never stop. When you are a “9 to 5″ person, there is only so much you can achieve in a day, provided that you are even motivated to achieve something on behalf of your employer. That’s

Hopes & Dreams vs. Doubts & Problems

On your long, challenging path as an entrepreneur, you will frequently come face to face with the ups and downs of life and each time that happens, you have to re-focus and make sure that your mind stays on the right track. We all have hopes and dreams that we work towards. Some are small,

The Value of Adversity

In life and in business it is never just smooth sailing and if it is, then it won’t be for long. Fact is, that in most cases, smooth isn’t interesting either. If you look at a tree that is twisted and had to grow left and right to reach the light, you will spend more

Balance! Be quick but take your time…

In almost every culture around the globe there are sayings and stories that suggest that we should go slowly if we want to reach our goals. This applies to all areas of our lives from friendships, to raising children and naturally also to the topic that interests us the most – entrepreneurship. Wisely, and slow.

Its Lonely at the Top…

There are a few thoughts that you need to consider and accept when it comes to your personal progression. I recently watched a movie about a kidnapping of a rich entrepreneur and he said: You either have a lot of money or a lot of friends – you can’t have both. What I’m talking about

The Business of Art 

There are few industries that hold as much value as the art world and its a very intriguing space to be active in. I’ve been in and out of the art business for two decades now and it remains fascinating! I’ve made money and also lost money in this business but in the end I’ve

The Business Process

I recently put together a chain of thoughts for one of my businesses because I felt like the team was in need of direction, when it came to the creation of opportunity. My leadership style is always built around suggestion. I’ve chosen this method because when you impose something on your employees or partners then

Who do You work for??

One of the essential questions that we face as entrepreneurs and simply as human being is: who do I work for. I mean that in a figurative and literal way because you can work for a cause, a person or an idea that drives you every day. What makes you get up in the morning?

How do I do that?!

The entrepreneur is usually a very lonely individual because the real, like-minded people are few and far apart. It is our duty to figure things out as we go along because we often undertake our ventures in uncharted territory. Hence, the first question you will never get an answer to is: how do I do

The importance of perspective

Life is not all about business, its not all about work and its not all about money. If you have that sort of perception then you are in for a very rude awakening. In order to live a good, happy life as an entrepreneur you need balance and perspective. You will be easily drained if

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