Entrepreneur and former Apprentice contestant Camilla Ainsworth makes sure she is the "master of her minutes" every morning. As the owner of a start-up, she has to use her time wisely. So that means multi-tasking and just a few to-do lists.
There’s still a problem with men and women not being encouraged to enter roles or industries that stereotypically are not associated with their gender
"Small, mindful, purposeful steps contribute to a big difference."
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Here's four things to ask yourself before you throw in the towel.
Perhaps surprisingly, mania and anxiety can produce great work and spark creativity. Some of the greatest names through history, in terms of discovery and changing the world around us, had a mental health disorder or a learning disability or sometimes both - Albert Einstein, Ernest Hemingway and Charles Darwin.
'People don't want to work in companies that don't have a social impact.'
If there’s anyone who can talk about social business it’s Sonal Shah. The Mumbai-born American economist served as the director
The life of an entrepreneur is one of high risk. One risk that isn't often addressed is that to your health. The fast-paced environment of today's entrepreneur means the need to pivot or scale can lead to your health being put behind other investments and priorities. Despite your health being arguably your most valuable asset, it often isn't regarded as one.
Let's face it, being self employed and running your own business is hard work, building your own startup is even harder, but add being a parent to the equation and any fellow mum will tell you there can be days when you will feel everything is impossible!
Has there ever been a more important time to talk about community? What brings communities together, what makes them stick, what grows, supports and nurtures them? How do communities come together when the going gets tough, and how do they celebrate and grow?