Understandably, it is perhaps more social to share stories of success. Little is read about failures until they become so spectacular that they are the pursuit of every media house. As a business owner and a coach, I take strength from being able to look at the year critically and highlight the main areas that demonstrate strengths, and those that need work.
My thanks and appreciation go out to Cherisse Moe and Essiba Small for this segment in Her Magazine, Express Newspaper Trinidad and Tobago. I am proudly Trinidadian and British, and really excited to be on this journey with my new company, Dieple Consulting & Training Limited, helping leaders transform their businesses and lives with sustainable and digital strategies. We are Dieple. Digitally Enabling People. Do enjoy the read!
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There are a multitude of free resources to help you map your start-up journey, but few string all the critical themes together.
Ecosystems are a key source of accelerated growth for start ups. Their creation is often facilitated by geography, government policy and the availability of funding.
Founding a start-up is more about what you must learn than what you already know! The more open you are to the process, the easier it will be to take advantage of the opportunities when they arise.