Why Friday is My Day: Tips for Small Business Owners | William Buist
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.
The Right to Write by Julia Cameron has been a fascinating read for me. In fact, it’s far more than a read, because each chapter of the book concludes with a writing exercise.
Communicating simple messages in a clear and concise way on a small piece of card MacLeod learned about his own creativity and ability to draw, he discovered an ability to communicate a simple idea and his pictures became his trademark.
Many books tell stories and many business books that tell us how to do certain things that are important for business. Few do both well. This book weaves a story, and it's lessons into a compelling narrative that draws in the reader and encourages them to turn the...
If we can live and work and enjoy entertainment from anywhere, then business can source it from anywhere too. Specialists will attract wealth that will bypass generalists.
“Let’s look at this from the point of view of status, what have we got on the spacecraft that’s still good”
What’s next in your plan? How can you accelerate the next phase of your business? What do you still need to reinvent?
In today’s situation, we have a choice. We can give in to the current state of affairs imposing its demands on us, or we can choose our own.