startup

My Curious Visit to Number 10

My Curious Visit to Number 10

Then, and this was the most surreal bit, as we filed out of the security hut one after another, I found myself walking up Downing Street, completely alone, with only the obligatory policeman standing outside of the Number 10 door. Having seen that street and that door on TV countless times, I was now in the middle of it, alone, surrounded by an eerie silence. Weird!

KEEP YOUR ARMS AND LEGS INSIDE AT ALL TIMES (PART 2)...

KEEP YOUR ARMS AND LEGS INSIDE AT ALL TIMES (PART 2)...

In part 1 of the twelve things I’ve learnt since leaving corporate life and starting my own business, I wrote about the excitement, the flexibility and the amazing people I’ve met since venturing out on my own. In this second part, I continue my observations about the differences between corporate life and startup life, with another six ups and downs on this rollercoaster ride. Hold on tight…

Keep your arms and legs inside at all times (part 1)...

Keep your arms and legs inside at all times (part 1)...

(12 things I’ve learnt about starting a startup - part 1)

Corporate life had its moments; good and bad, more bad towards the end. But I didn’t appreciate how comfortable it really was until after I’d left. So I thought I would write about the differences I've observed between my corporate life and my startup life. Hang on tight and keep your arms and legs inside at all times. It’s certainly a rollercoaster ride…