DNA of an entrepreneur

If you have read any of my posts regarding DNA, you know that I have been investigating my family's past. The funny thing is I found out that two of my 3x great grandparents on my mother's side were successful businessmen, and putting that together with being at least 4th generation working in the mining … Continue reading DNA of an entrepreneur

Resilience in the age of covid-19

I've been thinking a lot about how everyone copes with emergencies like the one we're amidst, and how resilient we can be in the face of adversity. Some of us feel the need to retreat and think about things until we can come up a strategy, others quickly adjust and evolve. No pathway is right … Continue reading Resilience in the age of covid-19

5 reasons Australia is a fantastic place to start your own business 

As a former architect trained in Argentina, I got used to thinking about my career from the entrepreneur standpoint, ever since my Uni years. It is assumed that you'd start your own architectural practice, and have clients; we were never told to look for a job, instead, we had to create it and then manage … Continue reading 5 reasons Australia is a fantastic place to start your own business