It’s the end of the year and it’s time for some reflection. This episode closes Season 2 of the Wellness for Entrepreneurs Podcast and also helps you to practice mindfulness techniques that are useful for you as an entrepreneur. Please take some time out for yourself to nourish your mind as it is your most important asset. Thank you again for your continued support.
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Happy holidays! May you have a blessed time with your families.
We are living in a world that is constantly changing which makes planning for business strategy very difficult. In this episode, we speak about how you can sharpen your sensemaking ability that will help you find direction in a chaotic environment. Sensemaking is useful for entrepreneurs as a strategy for entrepreneurs because it provides a framework that can be used for decision-making.
Marketing is often the last thing entrepreneurs think about when making their product/service and starting their business. But marketing is a powerful strategy for entrepreneurs and must be part of the product development process right at the beginning. Fiona Kigen – a marketing expert, Ph.D., and Vice President – shares how entrepreneurs can do this in this episode.
This episode is part of our strategy for entrepreneurs series.
Strategy for entrepreneurs is more critical than the product/service that they offer. Strategy is about creating a plan to win right at the beginning of starting your business. In this episode, I talk about how Entrepreneurial Orientation is useful for entrepreneurs as a strategy. Stay tuned as this is a series. I also suggest tools that entrepreneurs can use to help develop their strategies in their businesses.
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I hope you find it useful. Stay tuned for more on this series.
Entrepreneurs face a high risk of burnout due to their passion, uncertain environments, and conflicting demands. But the “hustle-culture” has promoted an inability to recognize burnout in entrepreneurs. This episode helps entrepreneurs to recognize burnout and recommends strategies for coping.
Failure is such a natural part of business and entrepreneurship. Yet, there are so many people who do not start businesses because they have fear. In this episode, I am joined by personal and leadership coach, Didier Mbayo. Didier is a certified coach from the John Maxwell Academy.
Our conversation focuses on the mindset required to overcome the different types of failure entrepreneurs face including the fear of shame and embarrassment. This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Eagle Wings Consultancy, a Pan-African partnerships agency.
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The travel and tourism industry has been one of the hardest-hit and disrupted by recent changes that happened over the last year and a half. For entrepreneurs in the travel and tourism industry, it is time to take stock of these changes and find opportunities to grow your business! Robyn Christie shares how you can do this, and the mindset required to make the necessary shifts!
Robyn is a thought leader in the travel and tourism industry. She is a former CEO of many industry-leading organizations. This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Eagle Wings Consultancy, a Pan-African partnerships agency.
Nicky Verd is the author of “Disrupt yourself or be Disrupted” – a book about how disruption is not only happening to businesses, but also to individuals. In this episode, we speak about the mindset required for you to assess your skills, your business, and to be proactive in responding to the disruption brought about by technology, and our new world.
In this episode, Edzai Zvobwo and I speak about how to navigate family as an entrepreneur and how to design synergies and boundaries that help you thrive in your entrepreneurship journey. We talk about the importance of maintaining balance such that you stay centred while navigating the challenges of growing and starting a business. Edzai is the founder and Chief Genius of MathsGee.com.