Saul is a passionate entrepreneur, writer and speaker.

For over ten years he’s been involved in various different businesses including a magazine, advertising agency, recruitment, daily deals and consulting to the telecoms industry.

His major strengths lie in Product Development, Strategy and Business Development. His passion is helping people improve their businesses by improving themselves.

Saul is a massive fan of daily routine, finding your passion and following your dreams.

Follow Dreams, Not Orders

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Parenting makes you a better business person

Parenting makes you a better business person

In the five weeks that I’ve been a father, it’s dawned on me that parenting is exactly the same as running a business. If you want to be a better businessperson, I’d highly recommend becoming a parent. Both are exhausting, all-consuming and a financial pit but already I realise how parenting can make you better at business. To celebrate my five-week milestone of keeping a child alive I’ve come up with five lessons from parenting that will make you a better businessperson. Celebrate the small wins I got woken up by screaming at twelve-thirty in the morning after only getting to sleep after eleven. I then got kept up till three with a screaming baby fighting reflux. I’m about to start signing the adoption papers and then I get a smile. Despite a foul mood, suddenly everything is perfect Much like in business, you’ll face sleep deprivation, three hours of screaming and some major setbacks. However, the little moments, the small wins, are what make it all worthwhile. Every day find a win. I promise you it will make the tough moments irrelevant. Follow your gut I’ve had the misfortune of dealing with a wide variety of doctors during the past few weeks and I’ve learned to follow my gut. My son was diagnosed with potentially a major physiological problem and put into the hospital. I took him out, knowing what would be best for him. Whether you call it your gut, instincts or the unconscious, you know better. Much like Steve Jobs never asked his customers for their opinion, you know your business best. Routine and ritual Every night at...

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