A Brief Biography of George Mountbatten

The Mountbatten family is a European dynasty originating from a branch of the German Royal Battenberg family.

The name Mountbatten, was adopted during World War I by family members residing in the UK as a result of anti-German sentiment amongst the British public. Mountbatten is nowadays known throughout England as one of the noblest names in the land. George Ivar Louis was born on the 6th June 1961, the future heir head of his famed house. Continue reading “A Brief Biography of George Mountbatten”

Substance Abuse And The White Collar Business World

Though awareness has risen substantially within the past ten years, substance abuse in the white collar business world is often overlooked and underestimated.  Drug and alcohol abuse is typically associated with the “lower” class and “paupers” of society.   Continue reading “Substance Abuse And The White Collar Business World”

Manish Chande: a success story

“It can take years to build integrity but one small slip and it’s gone. A major error of judgement can be forgiven – a lapse of integrity never.” Continue reading “Manish Chande: a success story”

A look at Tiki Barber’s “Thuzio”


For most people, Tiki Barber will forever be known for his exploits on the football field. The New York Giants running back holds the franchise record for most rushing yards and is a member of the exclusive 10,000 rushing yards club. However, he has also enjoyed plenty of success in the commercial world since hanging up his cleats in 2006.

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The Pros and Cons of a White Label Business

The term “white label” has its origins in the music industry, where record companies would send radio DJs records with blank, generic labels before they were released to the public. Today, the phrase is typically used to refer to instances where goods are produced by a company only to have another business rebrand them as their own. Continue reading “The Pros and Cons of a White Label Business”

A Snapshot of the Asian Economy: Singapore

More than thousands of years ago the continent of Asia had the most developed economy in the world. In fact, more than two thirds of the world’s entire output depended on Asian countries. Of course, with the industrial revolution and the rise of the U.S. along with Western Europe, Asia suffered a great impact, bringing its output to only one fifth.

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7 Rookie Legal Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make (And How to Avoid Them)


On this Cyber Monday, I wanted to share an important article from my dear friend and trusted IP lawyer Rachel Rodgers. Having been in business for 18 years, and worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs, I have either lived through or seen just about every mistake you can make in business. The legal mistakes can be especially egregious, and costly.

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