March 2020

Remote Working Results for your business. Solutions for Coronavirus/Covid-19 and beyond

Remote Working Results for your Business (Coronavirus / Covid-19)

Discover how to achieve great results when working from home. With the Coronavirus (Covid-19) very likely to cause businesses to have to look at remote working sooner rather than later. In this guide, I will take you through the positives and negatives of working from home. I will offer strategies that you can put into place to maximise your productivity while remote working. Plus, show you how to minimise the… Read More »Remote Working Results for your Business (Coronavirus / Covid-19)

Will a career in a capital city make you rich? | SPP #92

London’s population has grown 7.5% in just five years. The capital contained approximately 13% of the total UK population in 2016. Inner London’s population has increased by 300,000 since 2011 to 3.5 million while Outer London’s has increased by 350,000 to 5.3 million. These numbers are projected to grow to 3.7 and 5.6 million respectively by 2021. So why do so many people flock to England’s capital for work even… Read More »Will a career in a capital city make you rich? | SPP #92

Why did the Science Channel let Mike Hughes take off? | SPP #91

Amateur rocket builder and daredevil ‘Mad’ Mike Hughes suffered a fatal launch accident on the 22nd, during filming for the Science Channel’s (which has yet to comment on whether or not production will continue) show “Homemade Astronauts.” The purpose of the project was to launch Mike 5,000 feet (1.5 kilometres) towards the atmosphere via his homemade steam-powered rocket, funded by the Flat Earth society. On social media, there has been… Read More »Why did the Science Channel let Mike Hughes take off? | SPP #91

Yorkshire Tea: Why are people shouting at tea on Twitter? | SPP #90

So, what’s the tea? Top UK tea brand Yorkshire Tea was charged with treason by Twitter trolls and swamped with hate and calls for boycotting on social media after the Chancellor posed with a multi-pack of the popular brew. These people took the photo as product placement, and forced Yorkshire Tea to publicly defend themselves. Who knew tea could be so controversial? Twitter knew, clearly. Adam and Phil discuss the… Read More »Yorkshire Tea: Why are people shouting at tea on Twitter? | SPP #90

Is the BBC TV license fee worth paying for? | SPP #89

Phil and Adam discuss if there are any benefits to TV licenses, namely the UK’s BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) and what it means to the nation – which may not be very much. They also explore what has changed since the inception of the TV license model, the political aspects of the BBC and the possible biases behind the organisation as well as the flaws of the service. Let us… Read More »Is the BBC TV license fee worth paying for? | SPP #89

Do we blame the media too much? | SPP #88

Whenever a celebrity casualty occurs, fingers start pointing. In recent cases, this has been directed towards the media – namely tabloids and social media such as Twitter, which is itself a hotbed of controversial conversation. Everyone likes to weigh in on the topic of a public figure, especially when that individual has committed a wrongdoing of some kind, but when a fatality incurring incident follows the shaming, there seems to… Read More »Do we blame the media too much? | SPP #88

Interview with investor, mentor and entrepreneur Sean O’Neill of Adore Group | SPP #87

In this 2-part installment, Adam and Phil sit down with Sean O’Neill, the founder of Adore Group, to hear about his work and life ethos, and how he has established his successful business ventures. Sean has had nearly 18 years of success in managing several businesses within the United Kingdom. He specialises in fundamental analysis and investing, with experience in asset allocation, investment strategy, facilities management, and property management. Here… Read More »Interview with investor, mentor and entrepreneur Sean O’Neill of Adore Group | SPP #87

Taking control of your business finances - every day, every way

Business Finances: Take Back Control

Discover how to keep your business finances under control. Stay organised, get paid on time, every time and monitor client performance to locate any issues. Ensuring that you get paid for all the work that you do is vital to maintaining your cash flow and keeping your business on the right track. Creating a great product or service that helps people is a noble aim for any company. However, the… Read More »Business Finances: Take Back Control