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A Time for Coffee, A Time for Coke

Despite being attached to coffee to the point that I am highly unproductive without any coffee, and can increase my productivity relative to the amount of coffee I’ve drunk that day, I still refuse to drink it in the evening. Once dinner is over, if caffeine is required, coke will have to suffice. The reasoning […]

Take a Chance and Reduce Risk

A few times over the last few months I had been thinking about risk, and the entrepreneurial lifestyle. I’ve held discussions with various people, and while I have not had any great epiphany, I have realized that it’s only once you think about this that you truly understand. Before working exclusively for myself, I worked […]

Risk and Reward

There are many expressions around describing the fact that you have to work to get rewarded – there’s no such thing as a free lunch – and that the amount of the reward will be proportionate to the work done – you get what you pay for. There are expressions relating risk and reward – […]

Elimination of Process by Process of Elimination

Time spent on dealing with process is wasteful, and yet, many companies find that they spend more time with the process than they do with actual work. Make sure you’re not one of those companies!

IPO – Initial Public Offering

Definition: An IPO, or Initial Public Offering, is the first public sale of stock in a company. A corporation does not need to be publicly traded, and, in fact, most are not. They are used, primarily, to act as a liability buffer between the people who are doing work and the clients for whom they […]

Are You Getting Ready To Succeed?

If you want to succeed, then you need to act now. If you keep waiting until all the risk has been removed, you may find that you’re left with nothing at all.