Blog 2 Columns

Confusing Kindness for Cowardice

    When we meet entrepreneurs, especially those who have teams, it is striking how much they talk about whether they are kind, or not. Most of them seem to have a view, and their view is either that they are too harsh, or too kind.   They are rarely correct in their as
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Presentation Prep

  From time to time when we are working with our clients we use simple frameworks or schema to support them. These are intentionally pared down – they aren’t the while story but are a great place to start.   Read More

Learning to drive (a business)

  How would you teach someone to play snooker? Would you make them watch you do it for years before letting them try?   How would you teach someone to cook? Let them loose with a pile of ingredients, no instructions and no in the moment feedback and then give them an annual
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Creating a Powerful Pitch – 2

From time to time when we are working with our clients we use simple frameworks or schema to support them. These are intentionally pared down – they aren’t the while story but are a great place to start.   Read More

You are in the way.

Lots of people that we meet can point to the people who gave them an early start. The boss, mentor or parent who took a chance on them, gave them time and space, allowed them to make mistakes and gave them autonomy, responsibility or seniority. Learning to occupy space given to you wi
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Creating a Powerful Pitch – 1

From time to time when we are working with our clients we use simple frameworks or schema to support them. These are intentionally pared down – they aren’t the while story but are a great place to start!   Read More