Pros and Cons of Being Independent

I’ve been an independent worker for the last 5 years, and this is the second stint in my life I do this. I love being an independent and I’ve been offered several well-paid jobs during this time and I’ve always rejected them. I’ve come to the conclusion that no amount …

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Subjects every CEO of a SME must understand (Human Resources)

On my last post I talk about the importance that the CEO of a SME knows about some legal subjects. Big companies have the financial muscle and the necessity to hire lawyers that are specialists on different subjects, but small and medium companies don’t always have it. This is the …

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Nothing is Impossible! – Much more than a Cliché

Before I started to write this article I had an inner debate with myself about how to name it. On the one hand, I had the idea I should call it “Nothing is Impossible”, which is the tittle that prevailed. However I also wanted to name it “Everything is Possible”. …

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Subjects every CEO of a SME must understand (accounting)

When we create a company generally one characteristic it has at the beginning is that we cannot hire many professionals, first of all because it is not justified by the amount of work but also because we don’t have the financial resources to do it. However not being aware of the …

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Innovation helped by Internet

In the last couple of decades, entrepreneurial innovation has been linked to the Internet. Although one can argue that every day new innovations emerge that have nothing to due with the Internet, it’s also true that Internet is playing a main role in the appearances of new types of innovations. …

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The communication problem on companies

Day by day I convince myself more about the importance of communication on companies. Many times when we have employees and they commit mistakes in their tasks, we think it is their fault because they are not following our instructions. However I think the easiest path is to blame the …

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Constantly innovating to achieve success

Depending on the degree of innovation of companies, I’ve come to the conclusion that you can divide them in three main groups. The first group is reserved for those companies that never apply innovation to their business. These companies might have been innovative when they started, but that was it. …

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Plant and wait for the harvest in your new businesses

I start this post with its conclusion: the entrepreneurship world is made only for people who have time to plant and wait for the harvest. Owning a business is an idea that sounds nice for many people, but it is an option that is not made for everyone. Only people …

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