That's the heading in Sunday Business Post (15/04/18) and it looks like it's one we are going to hear a lot more about it in the months and years ahead.
Cavan Town native Andrew Griffith is suing Larry Goodman for his share of what he was promised when he accepted an offer from Laurence Junior to join the company back in 2006. Griffith gave up a permanent pensionable position with t ... Read more
If you hear the term co-housing, what comes to mind - hippy communes from the 1960's, abandoned properties occupied by groups of squatters?
It was back in the 60's that Denmark created the first co-housing project, and such developments have been growing in popularity ever since. In Berlin too, more and more people are choosing to live in co-housing communities.
It's the word ... Read more
What’s your New Year’s resolution, is it to become fitter, perhaps lose some weight or maybe you’ve decided to have a dry January? Perhaps instead, the indulgences of the festive period have left you thinking that maybe your New Year’s resolution should involve helping others less fortunate than you?
It was the civil rights leader Martin Luther Kin ... Read more
Cavan people have the reputation as being tight when it comes to parting with their mone, whilst that is true for me in some cases I spare no expense when it comes to viewing potential sites or valuable contacts.
Last Thursday I spent 14 hours on the road travelling nearly 700km up and the down the country to look at sites and to meet valued associates. My journey started by looking at an ... Read more
After the fantastic response with over 5,000 views from my previous post over on my LinkedIn profile I have had a very busy start to the year. I am still getting around to responding to the connection requests and have been setting up and meeting plenty of potential clients and funding partners already and the new year has just begun.
No rest for the wicked. After a wonderful Christmas I am back out and at it searching for the best zoned land deals out there. I am also back travelling up and down to Dublin meeting potential investors and building new connections. So if anyone has any kind of lead for me then don't be afraid to get in touch.
I have had a very busy and productive 2017 and cannot wait to see what 2018 has ... Read more
A few days ago I experienced an event that not only made me extremely thankful for what I have but it made me accept that in some instances, one person’s loss can definitely be another’s gain.
I’ve heard it said that money makes the world go around but what if you don’t have enough to go around? I can tell you from experience – see my previous LinkedIn post ‘Read more
The road to success in business can often be a bumpy one, although as someone once said: ‘what doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger’. That might well be true but there have been times when I felt like death, especially when my business failed first time around and I was left to pick up the pieces of the financial and emotional wreckage that was left behind.
Regardless of whether ... Read more
Yes you are reading correctly and if used creatively it has the potential to solve all funding challenges you may have in terms of day to day money and larger and longer term investment. Remember creativity is the key here and if you have an impaired credit rating the LinkedIn Bank of knowledgeable people is the key to over coming this. If you tick all the boxes in terms of cash flow profit and ... Read more