Tag: entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship Is Not For Everyone

Being an entrepreneur is cool right now, but let’s be honest – entrepreneurship is not for most of us. To put it another way – anybody can be an entrepreneur, but most people probably shouldn’t. I went on a spontaneous Facebook live rant about this very topic a few months ago, so if you don’t feel like reading […]

Biggest Mistake I Make As An Entrepreneur? Not Looking After Myself

You might not believe it, but stopping to take care of my health and fitness is one of the things that has the biggest positive impacts on my business. I’ve talked before about work ethic, continuous self-education, and the hustle that is required to grow your business, but I’ve only briefly mentioned health and personal […]

Risk, Reward, Entrepreneurs and the Self-Employed Fathers Quandary

Lately I’ve become acutely aware of gauging risk in potential business activities. While evaluating risk has always been part of my decision making process, my willingness to take less informed risks (not my willingness to take risks) has been tempered by the knowledge that I will be a dad soon (early August). Independent consulting can be a […]