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May 21, 2016

Why an Entrepreneur Must Understand His or Her Cash Flows

Again on finances, we will briefly consider the cash flow today, and I would like to make this as simple as it can be. Cash flow […]
May 14, 2016

Why an Entrepreneur Can’t Ignore his or her Finances

Today let’s talk a little bit about money. The issue is that the majority of people start businesses, at whatever level and size, with the main […]
May 7, 2016

Succession Planning for an Entrepreneur

By the way, have you ever heard about the aspect of succession planning as an entrepreneur? Does it matter to you at all? Why should it […]
May 2, 2016

The Pros and Cons of Growing Your Own Stars

I guess you are very conversant with what stars are, aren’t’ you? In the words of Robert H. Schuller, ‘Elect the best, no matter the tag.’ […]
  • Despite the author’s statement that The Wise Entrepreneur is skeletal and only provides a starting point, I have found the book a lot more than this. An entrepreneur can adequately and perpetually manage his or her enterprise with this book as a guide – Lwalanda James Yowabu (MA, BBM, Dip Mech Eng), Senior Assistant Registrar – Busoga University, Uganda
    Lwalanda James Yowabu
    Senior Assistant Registrar – Busoga University, Uganda
  • The Wise Entrepreneur is a master piece suitable for a wide audience. Concepts such as ‘Street Smart’as opposed to ‘Class Smart’ are interesting. It’s a collection of practical applied wisdom and working knowledge used by great and successful entrepreneurs, business leaders and thinkers as well as small timers and beginners in business. It reflects Clayton’s drive and passion to help entrepreneurs of all kinds. The Wise Entrepreneur has transformed my perspective. I wish you all the very best in your journey of discovery!!! " Donald Ocen Finance & Administration Officer - Diakonia Uganda Country Program."
    Donald Ocen
    Diakonia Uganda Country Program