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  • The Power of Being Incredibly Focused

    The Power of being

    One of my morning routines is to go through a run — no matter where I am, it’s always the best way to clear my head, and I’ve been doing this pretty much every morning for years. When I started out, like anyone else, I wasn’t all that great at it. But I stuck with…

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  • Why Being Productive Is Killing Your Business

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    There’s so much talk about productivity when you’re an entrepreneur. People always try to have a “productive” day, there are productivity apps for every conceivable aspect of business, and in fact, it you Google “how to be productive in business”, you’ll get over 123 million responses. But even though being “productive” has become almost like…

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  • Want to Build an Amazing Business? Be an Underachiever

    Want to Build an Amazing Business? Be an Underachiever

    OK, how many of you kind of cringed just by reading that title? After all, being an underachiever is totally out of line with the entrepreneurial, work hard/play hard, high achieving mentality, right? Right — to a point. I am the first one to espouse hard work, bootstrapping, and high achieving. After all, in one…

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I think my unusual background has given me a broader perspective on both life and business.

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From the US to the UK, a state school to a scholarship to the City of London School for Girls, from the London School of Economics to writing for Cosmo, the only female boxing manager to starting my own businesses.

I’ve been lucky enough to work alongside some incredible people, both in the world of sport (Chris Eubank, Don King, Barry Hearn) and business: Sir Bob Geldof (as part of the founding team of Deckchair.com) and Sir James Dyson, who I am proud to have helped usurp Hoover as consumer champion. In fact, what I learned from them was more valuable than any MBA I could have done, anywhere.

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