When we think of a bucket list it usually contains trips to distant lands or once-in-a-lifetime experiences that you want to do before you “kick the bucket”. It is possible to create a business and life that other people look at and declare I must go there and do that before I die. In my new webinar Create a Bucketlistable
Thank you to the Rotaract Club of Montserrat for having me as a part of their special week of activities. We had a chat about entrepreneurship and how to grow a business in the current economic climate. Using many of the constraints of a small island like Montserrat, we brainstormed on the types of businesses that could flourish here. I
As time passes, I am as consumed with teaching Caribbean entrepreneurs as I about being an entrepreneur. It’s been three years since I wrote Why Caribbean Parents Aren’t Raising the Next Mark Zuckerberg. I’ve come to the realization that I’m not either. There are mitigating factors. 😀 Three of my four children are now out of secondary school and in
January 1, 2014 found me returning full-time to working for myself. I’d left a government job that I really enjoyed and was able to make an impact in, to take a chance on what I wanted to do more, create my own work that would lead to financial empowerment for me and more Caribbean people. Naturally, I went down the
Caribbeanpreneurs are so good at winging it. I am purposely picking on us although I know people make the same mistakes globally. We love the energy from flying by the seat of our pants. How else are we going to celebrate over drinks or chat up our friends about our struggle if we are coasting through life with a plan?
It didn’t take me long to compile this list as they are mistakes I’ve made and some of them more than once. With the right systems and discipline you can change your money game in order for your business to stay afloat. 1 – Setting your prices too low. Many entrepreneurs believe that they will get ahead by being the