9 Things They Don’t teach you in Business School

I started my first business when I was 16. Becoming an entrepreneur is not a choice, it just happens. At an early age entrepreneurship was attractive because I was enamored by the money. As I grew, it became about the freedom. As I aged it became about an addiction to risk and living with a degree of uncertainty. The following pages contain nine lessons from twenty five years of entrepreneurship.

How to Re-Invent, Re-Brand and Re-Launch Yourself

There is risk, there is naiveté and there is ignorance. Risk is about having the balls to do something most people would not.Naiveté is French for a lack of experience, wisdom or judgment. It means innocence. Ignorance means that you know you don’t know, yet you choose not to learn or figure it out. Some might call this stupidity.