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March 24, 2019

Top 7 Reasons Why An Entrepreneur Should Delay Gratification Through Immediate Profits

Recently I was reading Kenya Airways’ Msafiri (the airline’s inflight magazine) and I came across one very interesting article about outstanding young entrepreneurs in Africa. Names […]
March 17, 2019

Top Lessons about Risk for an Entrepreneur – Part 1

Welcome back to the Wise Entrepreneur’s blog. It has been a three months lull in our blog – but now we are back with a bang. […]
December 2, 2018

Best Tips on How to Successfully Hand Over a Family Business – Part 1

It’s another great weekend, though it is fast moving to a close. Before we kick off with another busy week let us consider a few tips […]
November 26, 2018

Top 7 Reasons Why Starting a Business From Scratch Could be Better than Buying One

In our last blog we discussed the Top 7 Reasons for Buying an Existing Business Instead of Starting From Scratch.  Today let us consider the other […]
  • 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
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