Are You Afraid Of Failing In Your Business? Don’t Be! I Failed Too…

In our society, failure has become some sort of an unmentionable occurrence. None of us likes to talk about it. But we all know it’s there. Scrolling through articles, social media posts, etc. we look at other “successful entrepreneurs” and immediately these images and narrative invites us with the allure of ample time and freedom

Meet Generation Alpha – The Kidpreneurs: 10 Tips to Help these Entrepreneurs of the Future

We’ve all heard the stories of kids starting a business at a young age. It’s a tempting scenario: Your child develops a passion for something, turns it into a business, and before you know it, they’re supporting you in your not-so-old age. Generation Alpha are those born after 2011. In 2050, the eldest Alphas will

Cash Is King, Queen, Jack… In Fact, The Whole Deck of Cards

Turnover is Vanity. Profit is Sanity. But Cash is King. Most of us are familiar with the saying. Cash flow management is the key to success for many new and growing small businesses. Cash is the fuel that makes any new business work; hence, these businesses should be managed with a primary focus on cash/cash

Why Do Millennials Choose Entrepreneurship?

You already know who Millennials are: people born between 1982 and 2000. But who are Millennipreneurs? They may not be small business owners yet, but entrepreneurship plays a significant role in their lives. According to a survey of millennials by EY and Economic Innovation Group, 78% consider entrepreneurs successful, and 62% have considered starting their own

Starting Versus Buying A Business. Which Option Is Best?

Before I start off, let me be upfront by saying, 99% of would-be entrepreneurs out there do not have the funds to buy an existing business. But, in an ideal world, if you do have the funding available, it would be worthwhile to look at the reasons why buying a business is an easier path

Is The Market Ready For A New Type Of Business Plan?

Lately, I’ve been rethinking Business Plans. On the one hand – in the consulting, finance, investor and academic world – what is meant by a Business Plan is a fairly comprehensive research project. It includes a thorough analysis of issues including customers, markets, competitors, pricing, marketing strategies, risks, with detailed multi-paged financial projections looking three-