Are you sick of a revolving door of consultants with extravagant fees and piecemeal solutions? A recent survey from Deloitte found that keeping up with the rapid pace of technological change was difficult for a number of business leaders. In fact it's pretty tricky for consultants too...
Like a fair few Aussies of my generation, I’ve been lucky enough to travel to-and-from the States and other parts of the world since I was in my early teens. For me, seeing the world was as informative as completing my first university degree.
It's scary to think that one bad decision at the strategic level could be costing your business millions of dollars in revenue (or more...depending on the size of your business). Unfortunately, avoiding the pain of thinking about that - isn't going to make the problem go away anytime soon.
Leadership requires a deep understanding of the self and what it is to be human. Whether you believe we are in the third or fourth industrial revolution there is no denying that the ways in which technology is now enabling us to interact with one another is unprecedented.
I quit my job when I was 26 and started my business with no money and no collateral but had 6-figures of business booked within 3 months of venturing out on my own.
Failure comes in all shapes and sizes and in recent years a number of businesses and organisations have spoken out about the importance of getting better at embracing failures and mistakes.
One year ago today I resigned from my job in media to start a consultancy alongside. This is an open letter of advice for business-starting to my slightly younger self.