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The entrepreneur’s journey is a dead end

In business model, building blocks, work-life balance, getting things done by neville

Yesterday I had a talk with a serial entrepreneur. This guy (let’s call him Cedric) is a serial entrepreneur in the truest sense of the word — he starts building a company but, in his own words, one of the first conversations he has with his team is succession planning. Cedric has learnt two things about entrepreneurship. The entrepreneur’s journey …

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You don’t need a business plan (and what you can do instead)

In business model, productivity, building blocks, getting things done by neville

In my professional career I’ve been three things: a software developer, a leader and a consultant. Business planning has been a part of my journey in some form or fashion as long as I can remember. As a software developer, business planning was one of those things that other people did. It was done behind closed doors by serious people …

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Three reasons your business is not taking off

In business model, building blocks by neville

Have you ever wondered how airplanes fly? It’s obviously not simple, but there’s a very simple principle that makes all modern air travel possible – air pressure differential. An airplane’s wing is shaped like half a teardrop. The bottom of the wing is relatively flat, while the top is shaped a bit like a teardrop. When the plane moves forward, …