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  1. A treatise on community building

    “Treat your community as you would a relationship with family and friends, nurture it.” In this post we are going to take a trip into the ever-evolving world of community building. From lessons that you can learn from the ones you are already a part of, some of the skills you’ll need for building and maintaining a community, to some […]

  2. Managing the fear of change

    Inspiration from a great post Do you ever read other people’s content and your brain starts working? That happened to us this week, as we were sorting through our social media posts we came across this awesome post by Mark Shaefer. He spoke about a recent talk at an event he attended, the subject was focused on the idea of […]

  3. World Book Day meets business

    Once a year, in the UK we celebrate something called World Book Day. It’s a promotional holiday aiming to get kids to read more, run by the charity World Book Day. It’s a fabulous premise that sees kids foregoing their usual school uniforms and turning up dressed as their favourite characters from books. But why should the kids be having […]

  4. Why is reflection important?

    January always strikes me as one of the most reflective times of the year.  Spending time in December creating new goals and then jumping into them full throttle in January is pretty standard for most people. Compounded by my birthday falling directly in the middle of it, reflection is something that I find myself doing a whole heap of. But, why […]

  5. How to research content for your blog?

    The importance of an audience Picture this – you are front and centre in a classroom or assembly hall at 13 years old, asked to do a presentation on a bland topic given to you by your teacher. Unless your presentation is spectacular or funny it’s likely that the entire thing fell on deaf ears. Kids are half asleep in […]

  6. Incubators and co-working vs. isolation

    Starting your own business is an amazing and rewarding adventure. It’s not plain sailing, and you will have your ups and downs. The biggest issue that start-ups face is that they are going it alone in most cases. If you’re a solo entrepreneur, the lack of a consistent sounding board outside of family and friends is a real problem. The answer to […]