Innovation, culture, business and food future blog The Memo is currently running a series of articles on entrepreneurial advice under the catchy title “How to Boss it Like…”
In their latest article, Fantastic Services CEO and Co-Founder Rune Sovndahl was asked how he manages to do everything he does in such a short space of time.
The Memo is a constant stream of on-the-pulse news topics from various industries, including retail, hospitality, and transport, as well as pieces on culture, travel, and a variety of other subjects. Their tagline is “Make the Future More Human”, and their smart article topic selection and the sheer variety of subjects covered certainly make them a great resource for anyone interested in developing future trends and technologies.
Their “How to Boss it Like…” series has featured Oliver Meakin, CEO of Maplin, and Jeff Kofman, Trint’s CEO. If you ever find yourself wondering how so many entrepreneurs manage to accomplish so much in so little time, this is the series you’re looking for!
Learn how to boss it like Rune
— Rune Sovndahl (@runelondon) 30 January 2017
So what sort of topics did Rune’s entrepreneur advice cover?
- Tips for entrepreneur time management – long days are the norm for Rune and almost any other business leader worth their salt. Rune talks about his routine and how he manages such long working hours.
- Technology – as the CEO of a company which priorities using technology to give customers the most efficient and convenient services, Rune’s a big fan of using the right tools. His iPhone8+ is chock full of apps, but his most-used are undoubtedly Apple Notes and MindNode.
- Books – Rune often posts reading lists of the latest books he’s finished online, and can usually be heard talking about the benefits of always learning something new (you can read the thoughts he’s written on the subject on his LinkedIn Blog). Most recently he’s been talking about The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz.
Advice for entrepreneurs
Our CEO @runelondon talked about #scalingchaos #entrepreneurship earlier today at @CampusLondon. Stay tuned for more details 👌 pic.twitter.com/yJe4ssVihe — Fantastic Services (@Fantastic) 1 September 2017
Getting entrepreneur tips from people who’ve been there and done it themselves is always going to be worthwhile. Especially if you yourself are, or are thinking about becoming, an entrepreneur.
It’s worth your time to check the histories of the people you’re getting your advice from though, so a source like The Memo is always useful – as they only accept tips from the experts.