Posts Tagged ‘confidence’

Killer Language For Entrepreneurs: Intellectual Acumen

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

“I am not here to tell you how smart I am, I am here to tell you how smart you will be in the eyes of your peers after backing my business….” Superior returns are rarely found in anything other than individuals, who are sharp, agile and fast-on-their-feet. Their intellect is manifest in an unconventional but simple business approach, which generates dramatic value and results for the investor. That sounds so simple. yet nearly every entrepreneur makes the simple complex and dilutes the impact.

© James Berkeley 2018. All Rights Reserved.

Brexit Backlash

Friday, September 22nd, 2017

Close to 60 million people are daily waking up in the UK and countless millions in Europe are doing the same with the intent of improving they and their families lives. Their accomplishments are hugely impressive and yet we are swamped by a news media that insists on overlooking those achievements and fuelling fear about the consequences of Brexit. Why? Is it that a great many of those working in, and owning, media companies are themselves failing and using Brexit as a soft excuse for their own poor judgement and declining skills? Is it that their enthusiasm has morphed into blind zeal? As with all zealots they seek to convert everyone and find compromise impossible to accept? (OK, so Britain will stay in Europe on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday to satisfy them.)

© James Berkeley 2017. All Rights Reserved.