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The history of graphics in game design [VIDEO]

This is part one of a five part series that tracks the history of graphics in video games. If you're creating a game or, just...

This is the kind of plan everyone needs to create [VIDEO]

It's been a while between me sharing a video that has a tenuous link to business. But, here's a good one. Dominik Sky likes to jump...

Four great clues for running a business that I’ve learned from Sherlock Holmes

We’ve all heard nuggets of business wisdom from real world geniuses like Mark Zuckerberg and the late Steve Jobs. But, could we also learn...

How do you get from an idea to a product through to commercialisation? [VIDEO]

It's a question that every entrepreneurs has to tackle. In this video, game designer Jordan Weisman explains how he thinks through an idea, and finds...

Three things productive people do with the last hour of their day

We all know that starting your day right can be half the battle when it comes to being productive—and if you didn’t before, you...

Is your business caught in the growth trap? How to fix business growing pains

There are a whole lot of businesses being started every single day across Australia. Most make it to revenue, many make good revenue, but...

Are you actively creating your business’ future or still thumping your chest over past...

When was the last time you gave any serious thought to your future? Can you say with confidence and honesty that you are consciously...

Six common marketing mistakes that business make, time and time again!

These are the top six marketing mistakes that business owners make, in my opinion. 1. There is no marketing plan Do you have a plan for...

How to make decisions: If you don’t know where you’re going… [VIDEO]

In this video from Inc, author of Video Marketing for Dummies, Kevin Daum explains how to make decisions. So many businesses and, indeed, individuals, are...

Is this the world’s best calendar to organise your business? I think it might...

Everyone loves Lego. And, everyone has incredibly complex days of meetings, things to do and places to be. Design studio Vitamins wanted to create a calendar...

The good, the bad and the ugly of driving a sign written vehicle

Are you willing to let others see the real you? I was bemused as to why our daughter wouldn't take up our offer of...

What’s your exit strategy? Snapchat wouldn’t sell for $3 billion, would you?

The question is probably not “would you?” but “could you?” Of course, the average SME owner can never achieve these crazy valuations. Instead, most lose...

Three reasons why some people do not win in business

If you are working hard to reach your goals in business, but not succeeding yet, don’t despair: You are not alone. In fact, the...

Seven things you probably didn’t know about accessing Government funds

Did you know that there are over 600 government grants and other types of assistance available to your business? Or, that much of the...

Do you really have what it takes to be an entrepreneur?

Are you thinking about ditching the corporate cubicle to go work for yourself? The promise of freedom sure is enticing. Imagine it - no more...

Why do so many startups fail? Here are the top six reasons

Starting your own business, no matter what it focuses on, is something that can be exciting as well as stressful. While the prospect of...

Before you start, you need to plan the exit. Why every business needs a...

A smart small-business owner is a forward-thinker. He knows that at some point in the future there may come a time when he needs...

Why every startup is really just like a flashmob orchestra [VIDEO]

If you think about it, a startup is a lot like an orchestra. And, putting a few coins in the hat of a busker is a bit like making that initial investment into a new business.

What startups can teach project managers (Execute or die!)

Unless you're involved in a startup, it's unlikely that you work in a highly adaptable organisation where change is normal and built into everything you do. In fast growth companies, founders, investors and staff plan on change. It is one of their greatest strengths and allows disruptive companies to topple larger competitors. But the sad fact is that, for the majority of us, this is not our reality.

Post-Easter personal and business resolutions you should act on NOW

With the start of the next quarter of 2010, now is a good time to make your personal and business resolutions for the remainder of 2010 and beyond. Here are the things to consider.

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