Category Archives: Entrepreneurship
Look Inward Before You Try to Change Others. Advertisements
I love the variety. I specialize in tailoring training content for my audiences. I train in Sinhala and English. And I work with kids, teens and adults from all walks of life. Reading audience moods and pitching at the right level are huge challenges that I love taking on.
But in searching for common denominators among these brilliant change-makers, one thing I kept finding was that many of them were exceptionally good at asking questions. Continue reading
This is the beginning of an article by Harvey Mackay: A man walking down a narrow, twisting road spotted a guru meditating on the grass.“Excuse me, master,” he called. “Is this the road to success?” The old man nodded silently and … Continue reading
Fake it till you Become it. Use power poses to change how you feel. Continue reading
SWOT is a truly useful tool whether you are a one-man (or -woman) show or a multinational. It is a tool to prevent organisations walking around naked, like the proverbial emperor.
We should try to get the best out of the already used and often abused management tools. Recycle would be a good description. After all, if you don’t put them to use, abuse or misuse, then what use? Let’s use it. Continue reading
For many starting a business is an attractive option. Often they have personal savings and are comfortably placed. They do not need to start a business. But they want to. To them, any business will not do. They are not simply after money. Self satisfaction (or self actualization as motivational theorists call it) is important to them. Continue reading
What you need is, to borrow words of Kipling, to “dream and not make dreams your master.” That is, you need to take action to make your dream come true. Continue reading