The jurisdiction where you choose to live tends to have a tremendous impact on your life. That’s all the more the case when far-reaching political changes lead to countries taking a turn to an entirely new direction. My new eBook is an effort to provide a different, useful, and to some degree actionable, perspective on some of the most complicated subjects of our time.
Working for a billionaire family office can be incredibly rewarding and special. Make sure, though, to choose the position and its surrounding circumstances wisely!
What you are really about to experience when setting up your own business, and my hands-on advice on how to deal with it.
How to squeeze the most long-term value out of your little black book.
Throw out the old notion of having just one shot for launching. Consider micro launches instead!
If you are about to venture into the world of being a CEO, pay close attention to eight points that can save you from a lot of hardship, wasted time, and personal risks.
This is your chance to be among the first group ever to taste and enjoy the wine that was grown on the Barclay family’s Sark estate by a team led by Alain Renauld, formerly the owner of Chateau Quinault in France’s St. Emilion region.
I recently asked myself, what are the key lessons about networking and networks that I have learned in my roughly 25 years in business? What do I need to improve for the future? Three points particularly stuck out.
Hot off the press: You can now download my free 44-page eBook about fundraising called “10 Reasons why your Fundraising WILL fail – the hard truths no one else is telling you about”.
Q10 interview: Building an online business with $0 starting capital but keeping it 100% portable to live where ever you like – this man did it!
Equity analyst turned YouTuber, Sven Carlin, has created a following of 100,000 for his accessible, common sense investment analysis. He also created a portable business for himself!
If someone refuses to communicate by email, it’s all too often a sign that there is something seriously wrong.
Why every entrepreneur should strive to keep 100% of their business and never get involved in raising funds.
If you are dreaming of a life that is good for your business, good for your bank account, and good for your lifestyle, then this blog post might contain some useful insights and inspirations for you.
“10 places I recommend you visit during your lifetime” is a one-off eBook that I’ve compiled for my readers. Over 46 pages (and with lots of high-resolution pics to whet your appetite), this guide summarises all those destinations that I’d add to my bucket list over and over again.
The process of writing – or preparing for writing – is a very personal one. Here is the method that helped me increase my writing output by 30% to 50%, if not more. I have been using this method for about a quarter of a century.
Q10 interview: How to build a portable, lucrative online business in a (literally!) bricks-and-mortar industry
How do you spot a gap in a market that many consider boring and unsuitable for online entrepreneurs? Why does it pay to avoid external fundraising? What is the single biggest issue for running a business when travelling frequently? Here are ten questions I asked Andrew Boast about his inspiring journey.
I have made it one of my priorities to hone my ability to listen to that inexplicable, quirky urge you get in your stomach region. As you will see in this article, this is actually a skill you can develop.
Here are some practical, easy-to-implement points of stuff that I would have paid money for if someone had taught me about them earlier in life.
As an entrepreneur, you need to put a monetary value to decisions on how you spend your time. Here’s how to do it.
If you are interested in a truly unique visit to the smallest independent state of the British Commonwealth, then now is your chance.
For Leavers and Remainers alike, Theresa May’s unsuccessful handling of Brexit offers a few useful, timeless and important lessons how to manage organisational change.
Q10 interview: Hands-on advice from a “Sovereign Man” for building a business, minimising taxes and living the life you’ve always dreamed of
Picking the brain of online entrepreneur Marco Wutzer: What opportunities exist for aspiring entrepreneurs in the years to come?
There are already hundreds of articles about the pros and cons of deleting social media accounts. After some initial reluctance, I decided to add yet another one because I found a few aspects that have not yet received enough attention in the public debate.
No one knows your company’s problems and weaknesses better than the people who work for you. Make sure to get their honest and direct feedback to help you improve things.
Become a master negotiator with my ten-minute primer and take your career, your business or your life in general to a higher level of success.
After an initial period of experimentation and putting my own thoughts into order, you’ll soon see a number of exciting new features on here.
I’ve spent three months without a mobile phone with the aim of kicking it out of my life for good – here’s why my little experiment failed and why I am still glad that I attempted it.
You will only be able to sell your business once so make sure to get the cash you deserve.
I recently attended a talk by two fund managers providing pre-seed money. Their approach and clarity in explaining the value of pre-seed funding impressed me.
Venture capital is an extreme – and costly – way of getting funded. Think twice before getting a venture capitalist onboard your start-up.