We live in an age of overwhelming information. The world is full of people supplying it and others who are seeking it. People everywhere are desperate for solutions and fresh insight. Those people who are able to provide them with the strongest, freshest, most relevant, and even most radical ideas, practically hold the keys to success. The individuals with this level of influence are the thought leaders.Read More
When I was a kid, people would constantly speak in admiration of those who were excellent in whatever they were doing. These could be students who achieved academic excellence, successful business people, top athletes, celebrities, and so on. Envy aside, no one ever spent any time to think about why or how they were excellent. It was seemingly natural for most to just accept that certain people were meant for excellence while others weren’t.
My dad pretended not to hear me. My mom almost had a heart attack. It wasn’t the first thing a perfectionist mother wanted to hear after encouraging me to get a degree.
I tried to ease her distress. No chance.Read More
Our KBA Africa Entrepreneur for the month of June is Daryl Ndoro. Daryl Ndoro a serial entrepreneur with a vision and is not afraid to take chances toward the attainment of his goals. Daryl is an entrepreneur with a difference as he has a heart for society and endeavours to ensure that all his engagements have a way of improving society in the long run.Read More
You might be wondering why you’re struggling to book enough consultations for your business. Perhaps, you might be booking in the initial calls, but wondering why no one is buying your services. If this is true, then you must change the way you think about sales.Read More
Doing something entrepreneurial, doesn’t necessarily make one an entrepreneur. In my opinion, true entrepreneurship is a lifestyle powered by passion, creativity, purpose, instinct, courage, a charismatic confidence to go along with a never give up attitude.Read More
by Ramon Nuez Jr. @Addicted to success
When you are feverishly building your start-up, there are 1 million things that must be done. And if just one of those million things is off by just a fraction of a millimetre — failure. As an entrepreneur, you are frequently courting failure, and because of the ever-present chaos, you are trying to do everything yourself. Why, because no one can do the job better than you.
Youth entrepreneurship gives young people the opportunity to chart their own destinies. Even if they don’t start a business, youth involved in entrepreneurship programs gain skills and become more innovative and effective employees and managers.Read More