11 Essential Mental Health Coping Strategies for Entrepreneurs

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Being an entrepreneur can be one of the most rewarding and liberating things you can do as a career. Equally valid, being an entrepreneur can be one of the most frustrating and emotional roles you can choose to make a living. Schools are great at teaching you how to succeed when starting a new business, but do these schools properly … Read More

The 8 Things You Can Do to Ensure Your Business Survives Divorce (#7 is just Nasty)

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Since the beginning of COVID, a few business owners have asked me what measures they should take to divorce-proof their business. I think the more appropriate question is how to divorce-ready your business. Similar to the assets of a marriage, a company’s assets are considered mutually owned within a marriage. The complexity of a business can be far more challenging … Read More

My Accidental 10-Year Journey to Discovering Emotional Intelligence

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There’s something ironic about me writing about Emotional Intelligence. Those who knew me 15-20 years ago would probably accuse me of not even knowing the definition of Emotional Intelligence. They wouldn’t be far off the mark. Since then, a lot has happened, including several devastating life events that have impacted the person I am and how I look at the … Read More

8 Tragic Things People Don’t Understand About Losing a Child

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Earlier this month was Suicide Prevention Day. It’s been more than 6 years since we endured the tragic loss of our beautiful daughter Madeline. Since this tragic event devastated our family’s lives, I have felt a multitude of different emotions ranging from anger, gratitude, helplessness and, of course, inconsolable sadness.I read a blog post by Paula Stephens, “What I Wish … Read More

No One Wakes Up and Suddenly Decides to Become Charitable One Day

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In the past, I would never describe myself as being particularly charitable. It’s not that I wasn’t compassionate or I was completely selfish, but to be honest, I didn’t think that anything I contributed towards charity would make a meaningful difference. I wasn’t able to write a significant cheque. The other reason, there wasn’t a particular cause that I was … Read More