Many startups look for funding when they begin a business and whilst having some seed capital is essential to starting any enterprise – money can only take you so far. If you’re dealing with investors who are just looking for a quick return on their cash investment – that ship is highly likely to sink fast. Continue reading The Angel Investor: the perilous voyage of risk and return
Mithbooks.com still a seedling. But I have full faith it’ll grow into a glorious tree in the future. I have a different vision for the business blog than I do for this blog. I’ll be writing about mythology from all over the world as well as sharing my business philosophy. I’ll be discussing my great-grandfather and grandfather’s entrepreneurial journey as well my own. Continue reading Mith Books: The Merchant of Stories
There’s a huge difference between gambling and making an investment. Gambling is playing with luck in the hope that things will turn out in your favour. Making an investment is pouring resources into someone or something with the expectation that it will generate a return based on the information you presently have. But some investments we make inevitably end up generating losses. So what do we do?
Thanks to the sharing economy, there are a plethora of options for you to choose from when you’re deciding to hire freelancers. In fact, there are so many options that it can be overwhelming for the debut author to know where to start. This was my journey. Continue reading Hiring freelancers for self-publishing: Fiverr and Reedsy
We live in a world where people have mastered the art of managing impressions. There’s fake news everywhere. Fake followers. Fake lives. Fake well… everything. The filters and perfected poses make our lives look better than they really are. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry at some of the things I encounter on social media. Continue reading The Dodgy Art of Managing Impressions: social media and superficiality
For sometime now, there’s been a gentle voice inside me that’s been urging me on to go forth on my venture wholeheartedly. I heard it. Believe me, I did. But like many people, I was caught up in a life that didn’t fully fulfil me. It wasn’t good enough to stay or bad enough to leave. And then crisis came down on me. Not once, not twice, but over and over again. It emptied out my life and burnt everything to the ground. Continue reading The Beginning of Mith Books