Procrastination: Perfectionism in disguise?

A philosopher friend recently directed me to the work of one John Perry, a philosopher who writes about structured procrastination. A procrastinating philosopher you might say. Of course, I procrastinated for about 2 days before getting around to looking properly at his stuff. He says: All procrastinators put off things they have to do. Structured procrastination… Continue reading Procrastination: Perfectionism in disguise?

Tech Questions & Answers

Thanks to Jim at EzPzApps for inviting me to answer a couple of questions about technology and creativity. You can get the full article here.I met Jim at an entrepreneurship event some years ago in Malta and I've followed some of his very interesting software projects. His most recent "ClipaSearch Pro" is definitely worth checking… Continue reading Tech Questions & Answers

The importance of early-stage entrepreneurship

Early-stage entrepreneurship encompasses a spectrum of stages in the entrepreneurial life: ranging from the "idea-in-the-shower-phase" to business planning through to prototyping and launch. This period of time is crucial in the life of an entrepreneur. Not only do decisions taken at this time impact upon the eventual success potential of the start-up, but more importantly they… Continue reading The importance of early-stage entrepreneurship

What’s The Fuss?

This blog is intended to be a coming-together-place of snippets, thoughts and ideas about entrepreneurship, creativity, and simplicity. The main driving topic will be early-stage entrepreneurship, or in more conventional words, "start-ups". The terminology is important however because I take 'early-stage entrepreneurship' to mean something slightly different from 'start-up'. Or rather, slightly more focused. Typically,… Continue reading What’s The Fuss?