Monthly Archives: November 2016

What do you actually think? Is common sense common practice?

I support the view regularly expressed by Jim Kerr that common sense is not common practice. In fact, over many years of working, I’ve seen too many supposedly intelligent leaders and managers make some of the dumbest mistakes! One of … Continue reading

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40 Leadership Lessons from the Freedom Trail – #23

My apologies to readers who have followed this incredible journey¬†for the nearly two months gap in posting on this thread. Some new amazing adventures and an eye operation have intervened. However, today I resume my story. On the 31st August … Continue reading

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Here Are 3 Practical Skills Amazing Entrepreneurs Need

In this the last of my series of four posts on being a successful entrepreneur, I focus on the practical skills, and more that you need to drive your enterprise. In my view, there are three practical skills any successful … Continue reading

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Youth work in a time of change in England

The views of young people from Brighton Over the last eight years, our neighbourhoods and communities in England have seen severe cuts to services we rely on. This includes cuts to local authority funded youth work in England of about … Continue reading

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How to become more audacious as an entrepreneur

In this post, the third in a series of four posts about becoming a successful entrepreneur, I focus on the elements that help to make you more audacious as an entrepreneur. What do I mean by audacious? The definition of … Continue reading

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7 Excellent Interpersonal Skills Here For Authentic Entrepreneurs

In my last post, I began a series of four posts reflecting on the skills needed to become a successful entrepreneur. In this second post, I focus on the seven core interpersonal skills and abilities that all successful entrepreneurs need … Continue reading

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Do you want to be an amazing entrepreneur?

With apologies for a break in posting occasioned by recent holidays in WiFi random Tenerife, and a successful eye operation, here’s my latest post, the first in a series of four, on the subject of becoming a successful entrepreneur, which … Continue reading

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