Presentation coach and author of Unlock Your Business Voice Simon de Cintra has seen first hand the impact body language can have on a business’s potential. Here, he provides five steps on how you can improve your nonverbal communication skills as an entrepreneur.
We asked business leaders to describe their companies in a haiku. Here’s what they came up with.
A list of the traits and assets you’ll need to work on to run a successful business, all compiled in a periodic table.
What do movies Resident Evil and Equilibrium and TV series The Simpsons have in common? They depict incredibly unsafe companies to work for.
History is full of successful immigrants starting up in their new home countries. Does this set them up for entrepreneurship?
One of the key components within a business that can continue to drive it forward is your team, but sadly they are often overlooked.
MMA fighters exude confidence. Each is convinced they’ll win. More importantly, they hook the audience into believing the same. No one is better at this than Conor McGregor.
From Richard Branson, with his playful PR stunts and countless advice books, to Warren Buffett and his soundbite words of wisdom, high-profile leaders set an example to show how things can be done. One of the group’s members is undoubtedly Tesla and SpaceX founder, Elon Musk.
The trend for inducing creativity has, in the last few years, been focused on office design. But there are other ways you can foster creative thoughts throughout the business.
The movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, based on a novel of the same name, cleverly tilted its humour and various pranks in beginning scenes towards a tragic ending. We’re privy to a mental institution’s patient revolt, as well as its simplistic approach to mental illness.
Discount Displays has brought to light the fact that controversial UK TV adverts could benefit businesses, if they’re done in a more tasteful manner.
Alexander Seery successfully transitioned from police officer to entrepreneur, having built his first company with zero start-up capital to a six-figure business while working full time as a detention officer. Now he’s helping police officers forge careers beyond the force.