Discover the story of how Charlie Waite – a renowned photographer – inspires me, and how Intentional Mastery all started. #photography
Why Friday is My Day: Tips for Small Business Owners | William Buist
Mistakes are a crucial part of the learning process and can ultimately lead to business success. Read how to embrace them well…
Small business owners need to be self-aware in order to make better decisions, manage stress, and build stronger relationships, as explored in this blog post.
Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, adaoted for the stage by Aaron Sorkin – A Review.
An independent Bank of England with a strategy of keeping inflation low and a government set on increasing borrowing aren’t working in harmony. What’s the likely result?
Planning how to ensure that there will be the money needed by the business, planning to ensure that the company will have access to the required resources, and planning to ensure that a sudden unexpected change does not harm the business creates resilience. It is how the most masterful companies manage themselves all the time.
At some point you may not understand the process to go through for the most important projects, or you cannot determine what you should do to start all of the things that you wish to start. For that reason, I think this book is one that every small business owner should, at some point, read.
I started writing. Words became sentences, sentences became paragraphs and paragraphs became chapters. Towards the end of the two years I had something approaching 50,000 words, just a rough draft.
Much more than that though, I had two years’ worth of thinking, of developing the thinking and garnering (and testing) insights.