Going Solo

Going Solo. Year-End

This should all be easy and straightforward. However, whenever I start looking at these things, I am immediately drawn to doing something else; anything else.

Stationery Adjacent

Why don't companies run courses on "Managing calendars", "Task Management", "Notifications", or "Effective E-mail"? That's what employees need - not 4 hours on how to claim expenses. Justin and I talk about these essential skills.

Going Solo 26. Business Reviews

I’m drowning. Nero’s, Lime, Project FX and Writer all need my time and energy - and those are both finite resources. I need to work out how best to move forward.

Going Solo 24. A whole new world

I didn’t see that coming. Late February, I was in Rome to watch some Rugby and introduce my wife to the eternal city. As a side benefit, I was meeting a client for lunch. He had come down from Northern Italy, and was extremely concerned about something called a

Going Solo 23. Action Plan Key Initiatives

I wrote last week [https://stuartlennon.com/going-solo-22-neros-notes-review/] about my review process and how it related to Nero’s Notes [https://nerosnotes.co.uk]. I’m working on identifying the key initiatives that we will implement this year to improve performance. Top 3 1. Newsletter. In 2019, we sent far

Going Solo 22. Nero’s Notes Review

It’s time for the Nero’s notes review. I wrote about the importance of reviewing projects here. [https://stuartlennon.com/going-solo-17-review/] As the rain is pouring down, this seems a good time to hunker down and get into the weeds. Nero’s Notes Review Neros Notes [https://www.nerosnotes.

Going Solo 21. Exit

Exit. Sometimes, it’s time to get out. MTI (a company that I co-founded) was running well, making money and growing. However – we were aware that the business environment was changing. Looking ahead, we felt those changes would not be favourable to us and so explored our options for exit.

Going Solo 20. Balance

Balance is important. I sometimes get the impression that people perceive Going Solo as a way of filling every waking hour with work. Loving Mondays For me, it’s the opposite. I want to choose how I spend my time, entirely. How do you feel about Monday mornings? I love
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