For any entrepreneur to build a viable business, they needed to find and leverage some competitive advantage. And if that same entrepreneur wanted to scale their business, they would need to find something more akin to an unfair advantage (“one that cannot be easily copied or bought by your competitors”
WTF is Slowth? I thought I had invented a new word until Google revealed the ever-trustworthy Urban Dictionary already beat me to the punch. Seriously though, I'm going to use slowth as a portmanteau for slow growth as I try to communicate an idea here.<...> In the last
I always thought contentment was a state that one reaches. A specific point, marked on a line, that we can achieve after pursuing that goal over a period. As a result of my definition and understanding, I think feeling content has evaded me for extensive time periods in my life
Most - if not all - people that take up entrepreneurship do so in pursuit of freedom.<...> On the surface, this makes perfect sense: You work for yourself. You decide when and how you want to work. You travel and can work from wherever you want. You decide
I have to say that I've been chasing my tail a bit and running around like a headless chicken since the start of the month. And all because of my ambition, which makes it challenging for me to prioritise all the things that I want to work on. Plus -
I want to run 2000km in 2016 and after a 3-week break due to illness, I'm behind schedule.<...> So it's going to be tough to reach that milestone. That said, I'm not even sure why 2000km is even that important. Is it more important than 1900km? Or 1850km?
My perception is that most people know me due to my two successes: WooThemes and now Conversio.<...> I also suspect that most people don't know about all of my failures: Maiden League Records, Akkerliefies, The Cellar, Radiiate V1, Lunchbox, Radiiate V2, CFOh!, Radiiate V3 and PublicBeta. This list
Whenever someone rhetorically asks "What's the meaning of life?", I have a wry smile, because it always seems like such a loaded, unanswerable question.<...> Yet when I look at my life, I've always had a very clear tactic for answering that question: I've used the work
I had an uncomfortable realisation earlier. The only minority that I've ever been part of, has been one of privilege.<...> When I initially realised that, I was totally overwhelmed. Not in a way that I felt bad about myself or what I've done in my life thus far.
Earlier this week, we rebranded and relaunched Receiptful as Conversio.<...> This was ultimately a project that represented our own evolution and what we had learnt about ourselves in the last 2 years since we first launched. See... In those two years, we had done quite a few things