If you know me at all you’ll know I love nothing more than sitting down with a cup of peppermint tea and a recording of Dragon’s Den.
I’m never really all that interested in the pitches, most of the time you can tell within a couple of minutes if the presenter’s “lights are on”. I’m more interested in the Dragon’s themselves, the questions they ask, their body language and how they interact with each other.
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Republished on Idealog Magazine
Lately we have had first meetings with potential investment opportunities, and they have been an interesting and mixed bunch.
During the process I’ve learned a couple of things, namely to do with what my boss calls the three Ts; Team, Time and Technology.
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Keeping a balance sheet of your company finances is an essential and legally required practice. You should also do this with your personal finances so you know at a glance where your money is and how much cash you have free.
In my current life circumstances this balance sheet looks pretty lame. I think my greatest assets are my two year old scooter, new push bike and brand new running shoes, which makes asset management a pretty easy task.
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