Category: Entrepreneurship

15 Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs

Gratitude… It’s more than simply being thankful for what one has. It is, I believe a core attribute for success…a necessary ingredient if you will. One of the great advantages to actively investing directly into private businesses, is that over the years I’ve managed to obtain insight into hundreds of businesses, and

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Leadership In Business; How Do YOU Rate?

By: Chris Steely The word “leadership” is practically an overused cliché these days. Some people believe that America’s politicians are leaders (mostly NOT), and the definition of REAL leadership has grown fuzzy and illusive. Corporate leadership has especially become an ambiguous term. My experience with many “leaders” in today’s corporate

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Beer… It’s Not Just for Breakfast!

It’s one of the world’s oldest beverages. Brewed by the average man to stave off waterborne disease in the Dark Ages and peddled by European monasteries, today beer is a $104 Billion dollar industry comprised of many thousands of breweries, ranging from commercial to backyard. We know beer is a

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THIS Will Destroy Shareholder Value

Drinks at the Corney and Barrow matey? I winced,  feeling my wallet lighter already. You coming? Urgh, 5 quid for a pint, can’t we go someplace else? I don’t make nearly as much as you overpaid traders. Don’t worry about it, it’s sorted, the boss is coming so it’s on

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Make Millions AND Save Ed Snowden’s Life

In my recent post entitled When The Theatre Clears I discussed crypto-currencies. Specifically I said: “While the vast majority of citizens in most any country in the world today do not see a crypto-currency as a reliable or viable substitute for the scraps of paper they shuffle around daily, this

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Funding Your Start-up

Further to my last post, I wanted to delve into the options available to entrepreneurs for funding their start-up. The topic may seem obvious – the founders have an idea and need capital – easy enough. OK, let’s hurry up already, get out there, raise some dosh and get this

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A Revolution in Agriculture – Part I

If you’ve been reading this blog for more than a week you know that the we like agriculture. The world has structural issues with the food supply which won’t disappear soon. The age of farmers is ticking ever-higher, with average ages in the United States, Great Britain and Canada approaching 60,

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