Cheat The Hustle
Summary: We often hear “The dream is free, but the hustle is sold separately.” But what if it didn’t have to be so expensive? We will be exploring various pillars of entrepreneurship to help you Cheat The Hustle. We will be discussing tried and tested tips, tools, and tactics used by top entrepreneurs to Cheat The Hustle.
Social media is a double edged sword - it can either be a distraction or a tool to help you interact with your customers and clients. In today's episode we find out how social media can help you to cheat the hustle.
Incubators- Entepreneurship is lonely and you need community. Incubators can a safe space as you meet other people on the hustle. Join us this week as we talk to Lesley Williams about Incubators and Co-working spaces.
Fellowships- In the last decade there has been a rise in the increase of programs targeted at up skilling African youth which exhibit strong leadership skills and a keen interest for the development of Africa. Although most fellowships free, this do cost in other respects. In this weeks episode we discuss fellowships with Pape Samb of the Ashoka fellowship.
Summary: according to Nassim Taleb the 3 most harmful addiction are heroin, carbohydrates and a monthly salary. This week we talk about whether a full time job can help you to cheat the hustle. Is a job a stepping stone to entrepreneurship or boulder between you and your dream? Find out on this week's episode.
Paying for legal services can be seen as grudge purchase especially when you are starting out and operating is your first priority. You may think handshakes will suffice as an agreement, but when money is involved - handshakes can turn into fist fights.Tune in today to hear about how getting legal guidance can help you cheat the hustle.
Networking is a contact sport. We are often told to do it, but not really how to do it well. In this week's episode I share my Networking Protocol so that you know how to become a networking pro!
Mentorship can be summarised in the statement "Iron sharpens iron". Its a two way street where both parties show up to make each other better. At times you are so busy working IN your business that you disregard working ON your business. A mentor can help you widen your view and show you other ways to approach solutions.
Today on The Sashimi Business Show, Thando Unpacked the concept of Capital Requirements and Financial Summarya. Capital Requirements vs Financial Summaryb. How they differc. How to address and set them out in the business plan