So we have been open for business for our first week – what have I learnt?

    1. There is a hell of a lot to think about when setting up your own business!
    2. It’s great to have a desk space in a friends office – a place to still ‘go to work’ and a quiet space away from other distractions (like the dog barking and other household distractions).
    3. I am definitely not a ‘sit in a quiet office all day’ kind of guy. Those who know me will already know that! Keeping a good balance of quiet time in the office vs getting out and about has been great – interesting, enjoyable and healthy for my sanity (and hopefully business).
    4. Whilst it might sound and feel great to have four potential projects/pieces of work in the pipeline already in week one, never take anything for granted!
    5. Social media (in the right measures) is not a distraction – but a great tool for business and for helpingĀ  fuel my thinking.
    6. And finally – my end of day dog walking with Oliver is really great time to reflect and think – thank you Oliver!What I learnt this week Thrive Consulting

    Roll on week 2 – another varied week of time in the office, meetings in London, some mentoring sessions and decisions on accountants and bank accounts!

    A BIT ABOUT ME

    Former charity CEO passionate about helping charities and not for profit organisations across the UK to Thrive. With over 25 years experience I support people and charities to be the very best they can be. I recently set up Thrive Charity Consulting offering a wealth of insight, experience and expert advice. We help people to solve problems, overcome challenges and maximise individual and organisational effectiveness.

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