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The Year of The Entrepreneur – It’s YOU again

Time Magazine are predicting 2012 will be the year of the ‘entrepreneur’. Things have sure moved on from year of the Protester (2011), Mark Zuckerberg (2010), You (2006) and The Whistleblower (2002). One may argue Time are getting a little lazy.

Given the weak economic climate and high levels of unemployment around the place, it does seem fitting that self employment is being promoted. Maybe even if it is being promoted as Governments alternative to creating new jobs.

Regardless now feels like an even better time to be an entrepreneur. Plenty of resources are available (like local business advisers) and the mechanisms to get your message out to the world (like Twitter, Facebook) are endless.

Good luck you!

Related Article: Time Magazine: 2012 – The Year Of The Entrepreneur/

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Happy New Years – Bring on 2012!

And here we go again! Another new year has arrived. It feels like I have just got use to writing 2011 and now I have to remember it’s 2012. Life is complicated sometimes.

Good luck to everyone and let’s make 2012 the best year ever!

Here is how London and Sydney celebrated. What did you get up to?

London:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1yLRK2M8YQ

Sydney:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_crNUYe3q8g

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