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A Day for entrepreneurial thanks

A Day for entrepreneurial thanks

Entrepreneurs keep economies afloat and introduce change, initiative and innovation much swifter and with less disruption than larger corporations’ bigger-is-better confusion: the more distended an object, the more severely it breaks on impact with a challenge, hurdle or crisis. Entrepreneurs are the nutrients keeping a 

Search for success or plan for failure

Search for success or plan for failure

Events from the past few years teach businesses not to predict anything with certainty; established plans and known models are susceptible to unexpected change. Today’s entrepreneur avoids learning backwards; repeating past triumphs no longer guarantees future success. As established commercial pillars collapse, the 21st century 

OneCircle responds to uncertainty with vision

OneCircle responds to uncertainty with vision

While robust organisations persevere through turbulent conditions, pioneers foresee coming storms and respond with innovative action to flourish and prosper. A far-sighted vision triumphs when facing actual or potential adversity. Today’s progressive drink producers are thus loyal to OneCircle, founder of the revolutionary KeyKeg and 

Remembering lucky randomness survivors at VJDay75

Remembering lucky randomness survivors at VJDay75

VJ Day’s 75th anniversary stresses a respect for historic significance, and it is important for people to share their perception about how events affected them. I commemorate the occasion here through reflecting on close life with a veteran — a 2nd Battalion Royal Welch Fusilier 

Economic recovery values voluntary and unpaid work

Economic recovery values voluntary and unpaid work

To thrive after COVID-19, the economic value in charities, non-profits and countless unpaid workers — many of whom experience gender inequality — must be a recognised factor. An unsalaried workforce often covers government provision shortfalls, presenting volunteers’ priceless gift as a stark contrast with society’s 

Flexibility transforms modern business

Flexibility transforms modern business

FlexJobs’ 2016 survey reveals only 7 percent of US workers say ‘they’re most productive in the office’ — 51 percent prefer working from home and 8 percent ‘would choose a coffee shop, coworking space, library, or other place besides the office’. Another 8 percent ‘would 

Economic hopes continue to follow coronavirus social guidance

Economic hopes continue to follow coronavirus social guidance

Broad government mandates focus on stimulating a wider economy, yet countless business models, including Hospitality, depend on balancing subtle nuances — economic, social, environmental and ethical, for instance. Given that science continues to expose new coronavirus (COVID-19) variables, national response is necessarily limited to a 

Struggling business and creative freelancers share success

Struggling business and creative freelancers share success

Countless entrepreneurs earn a living in the arts, yet businesses overlook creative professionals and choose cronyism if a hanger-on offers to work gratis. As post-COVID-19 bartering (to exchange goods or services for other goods or services instead of money) plays a greater 21st century economic 

Knowledge-worker sloths choose flexibility

Knowledge-worker sloths choose flexibility

In This Morning Routine will Save You 20+ Hours Per Week, Benjamin Hardy raises two important commercial concerns: The Myth of the 8 Hour Workday and Quality Vs Quantity. Knowledge-workers sitting behind desks for eight hours, Monday to Friday, is an archaic tradition, absurd for