People in office

Which is better? More clients at a lower margin, with a fire-fight service.

Which is better? More clients at a lower margin, with a fire-fight service and a loss of passion, or fewer clients, but a true commitment to an amazing service and a satisfactory completion of the job? I feel like the answer is an obvious one, yet so many businesses seem to (probably unknowingly) steer towards the former.

mac and coffee

What would you do if you had £200,000

I was asked a really odd question last night over dinner and it made me think.

The question was really easy, “If you had all the debts cleared, a new house and cars and a couple of really nice holidays each year, and then was given £200,000 what would you do with it?”.

man with sticker

Honesty in Business

I’d like to think that generally, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who didn’t believe honest was a positive thing. Even if they’re not personally a fan of executing it, they’d at least acknowledge its value, they’d put their desire for it on their Tinder profile.

0 (1)

The personality of an entrepreneur

I’ve been thinking about personality profiling, and whether people are born entrepreneurial, or if it something which they master out of desire. I feel like the answer is both, there are two distinct camps, yet the best results come from a combination.

0 (2)

Be more “Tuck Shop”



a type of product manufactured by a particular company under a particular name.
The official definition of Brand is this simple; the concept of a particular product, being associated with a particular company. Yet, it’s so commonly overcomplicated.