By Pavlo Phitidis
Time is our most precious resource, but it seems like we never have enough of it. The second entrepreneur Aurik ever gave guidance to, was a bakery business owned by a 54-year old man, who had initiated the company at 27. It was highly successful, but he’d not been able to focus on its strategic growth because all his time was tied up in operations. Fourteen years after we rebuilt the business with him, it now creates more than a Billion Rands’ worth of business.
My recent meetings with people across the country have revealed that we have so much human potential, and yet such low morale. Fatigued by empty promises from government and business, people – especially the poor – are exhausted by their efforts to make ends meet. The toughest question posed to me was: “How can I start a business, or a career, if I come from nothing, and have nothing?” This week, onThe Money Show with Bruce Whitfield, I set out to answer that question, by adopting an entrepreneurial approach.