Clarity in Strategy as a Roadmap for Success

Clarity in Strategy as a Roadmap for Success

I have often seen business owners, who get so stuck in the day-to-day routine. The result is that they become fatigued with the routine. This often leads to confusion or a lack of clear direction and ultimately holds the business back from realising its potential. The...

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A Delicate Balancing Act – Family and Profession

A Delicate Balancing Act – Family and Profession

I often describe myself, from a professional perspective, as an entrepreneur and lawyer. I am passionate about both areas and therefore, often say I am a Legal Entrepreneur to illustrate the adjoining professional passions I have. Of course, in life – for me, it is...

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The Ebb and Flow of Business

The Ebb and Flow of Business

Over the years, as both a legal professional, as well as an entrepreneur, I have both seen and experienced the ebb and flow of business. In South Africa, life has not been easy for many people.   It, therefore, follows – what lessons can we share about how to...

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The Chronicles of a Lawyer: The ups and downs of having a Team…

The Chronicles of a Lawyer: The ups and downs of having a Team…

I often say, lightheartedly, that I should write a book one day describing all the experienced I have collected over the years, involving employees. However, without a team and if you do not create future leaders in your organisation, there is little to no prospect of long-term sustainability and continuity. It, therefore, goes without saying that a well-functioning team is worth gold. But what about the stories we rarely share?!

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A Movement to Shift the Entrepreneurial “Needle”

A Movement to Shift the Entrepreneurial “Needle”

I felt over all the functions, except for the legal side, others experienced all of plus the legal side. I also started experiencing the true impact of not dealing with the legal side. Conversely, I realised that those who saw to the legal components from the start were more successful sooner. I also saw in many instances how successful businesses improve lives.

We tried many things to make law more accessible and by doing so, to help more businesses succeed.

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When “testing” in business involves the human element…

When “testing” in business involves the human element…

“True, that the outbreak of the Covid 19 virus has created a global reaction, which some say were too slow in some countries. Be that as it may, we are now in a place where small businesses have to be more innovative than ever if they stand any chance at surviving this. Not just physically and mentally but economically.

When #Covid19 became real for me, I sat down and started to read. I read for hours just about anything I could find that was authored by a medical professional or appeared in some credible publication. Once I felt I (as a layperson) understood the virus better and almost became “friendly” with it. It dawned on me that it is just a matter of time before it meets me, my family or anyone in my inner circle. So, I need to plan with that in mind.”

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Fear – How embracing diversity helps navigating uncertainty

Fear – How embracing diversity helps navigating uncertainty

“True, that the outbreak of the Covid 19 virus has created a global reaction, which some say were too slow in some countries. Be that as it may, we are now in a place where small businesses have to be more innovative than ever if they stand any chance at surviving this. Not just physically and mentally but economically.

When #Covid19 became real for me, I sat down and started to read. I read for hours just about anything I could find that was authored by a medical professional or appeared in some credible publication. Once I felt I (as a layperson) understood the virus better and almost became “friendly” with it. It dawned on me that it is just a matter of time before it meets me, my family or anyone in my inner circle. So, I need to plan with that in mind.”

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#Coronavirus – the chronicles of a fighter

#Coronavirus – the chronicles of a fighter

“True, that the outbreak of the Covid 19 virus has created a global reaction, which some say were too slow in some countries. Be that as it may, we are now in a place where small businesses have to be more innovative than ever if they stand any chance at surviving this. Not just physically and mentally but economically.

When #Covid19 became real for me, I sat down and started to read. I read for hours just about anything I could find that was authored by a medical professional or appeared in some credible publication. Once I felt I (as a layperson) understood the virus better and almost became “friendly” with it. It dawned on me that it is just a matter of time before it meets me, my family or anyone in my inner circle. So, I need to plan with that in mind.”

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