Are you wondering what the 40s are like? Listen in to a conversation I had with a friend recently.
During the 2020s, blogging will mint plenty of centimillionaires. To help you become one of them, here’s a mental framework and some practical tools.
The second edition of “How (and why) to move to Sark” is hot off the (digital) press! Order your copy to receive it straight in your inbox.
The island of Sark was wide open for EU citizens until year-end 2020. Now, the rules have changed – but you can still get in.
During my career, I’ve repeatedly pulled off achievements that others deemed impossible. Here is my no. 1 learning that you can apply yourself.
There is ONE place in Europe where things are currently looking very bright: the self-governing, independent island of Sark in the English Channel.
EU countries are making it ever harder for companies and individuals to leave. 31 December 2020 will be a pivotal date. Don’t say you haven’t been warned.
How can you actually make money off your blog? Here is some inspiration for aspiring blogopreneurs.
If you are starting a company or already running one, this could be one of the best books for you to study carefully.
I’ve built a financially successful blog. How did I do it? Here are my key learnings.
If you aspire to a leadership position, this book recommendation is worth a quick look.
This strategy can transform the results of ANY of your marketing campaigns. You won’t find much about it on Google!
Working for a billionaire family office can be incredibly rewarding and special. Make sure, though, to choose the position and its surrounding circumstances wisely!
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.
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.
If someone refuses to communicate by email, it’s all too often a sign that there is something seriously wrong.
As an entrepreneur, you need to put a monetary value to decisions on how you spend your time. Here’s how to do it.
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.
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.
You will only be able to sell your business once so make sure to get the cash you deserve.
Smaller, founder-led charities can be incredibly impactful and effective. Make sure to give them the attention they deserve!
My recap of over three years spent with the Charles Darwin Foundation. Warning: Contains some inconvenient truths about the conservation NGO sector!
With flexible working increasingly becoming the norm, how can you ensure your company gets the most out of those working remotely?
The usual year-end panic about hitting targets and fulfilling plans is upon us. Here are my 4 tips how to make the most of the 12 weeks left in 2018.
Tasked with staffing decisions? Consider hiring (and paying) an intern! There’s many benefits to helping the next generation into the saddle.
In just over a decade, TED has become a global super-brand, known and respected by all the right people. What management decisions led to its meteoric rise?
What steps can you take to attract the attention of major clients? And, even more important, how can you ensure they keep coming back for more?