Escaping from the office rat race is often cited as one of the most attractive aspects of starting your own business. No more rush hour commutes, no meetings that drag on, and no more projects landing on your desk at 4:55 PM on a Friday.
As someone who’s never had a “real” job, I still find it a little strange when people ask me to talk about my philosophies as an entrepreneur Markos Kern GUEST WRITER Founder, Fun with Balls GmbH As someone who’s never had a “real” job, I still find it a little strange when people ask me to talk about my philosophies as an entrepreneur. I wonder how popular a TED Talk titled “Just do crazy stuff and worry about what people think later” would be? My personal journey as an entrepreneur has always been an unconventional one, stemming from and leading to unexpected places.
A few pointers as how to increase business productivity There are a few ways to increase productivity in the workplace. Some of them are:
In this article we share some business ideas which require very little, if any, start-up costs for would be entrepreneurs on a budget. Remember you don’t necessarily have to have an original idea. Many of the most successful small businesses are those that focus on the sheer demand for a tried and tested service
What can you do when the negatives start to outweigh the positives? Faced with the prospect of a lengthy commute on a grey day, either jammed into a packed train carriage or a never-ending queue at the traffic lights, plenty of us have dreamed about that ultimate career goal: working from home. Design the day to fit your other commitments, get a few things done around the house, and pop out for lunch with a friend – surely this is the answer to the quest for the perfect work/life balance?