All Posts by Quentin Pain

How To Be Successful In Business In 5 Easy Steps

This guide is split into two sections, the first is about the future. The second will help you get there. In 2017, Amazon added yet another patent to their drone delivery technology. It looks like something a school kid would draw up whilst doodling during a boring lesson in the ancient art of Mesopotamia or […]

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What Is A Millennial And Why It Doesn’t Matter

When a new buzzword lands on the doormat of civilisation, we tend to jump on the bandwagon, take it as useful, and start quoting it everywhere. And in the process, more and more meaning gets attributed to it. Eventually it is either accepted into the Oxford English Dictionary or it gets rejected, becomes cliche (aka […]

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Website Strategies for Content Generation 2018

What is Content Marketing? There are so many myths about content marketing, so I’m going to spell it out in the simplest possible terms right here and now: write the best possible content you can. That’s it. Spend as much of your marketing budget on the best possible content and you will attract the best […]

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A for Accounting

In 2016 I decided to start an accounting firm to help entrepreneurs, micro entities and those thinking of starting a business get their accountancy needs done for a lot less than your average local accountancy firm would charge. I decided to call it AccountsCheap because I figured it might as well do what it says on […]

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Meet Sophia Wu – Founder – YHIM.co.uk

Meet Sophia Wu – Founder – YHIM.co.uk Meet Sophia Wu. She is determined to make a success out of life. And it starts with her business. She’s a fashion designer, living and working in the UK to build a prestige brand using innovative designs. She doesn’t let up, and she knows that help is there when she […]

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Definition of Happiness

In the 1970’s, Werner Erhard was driving down a highway and had a revelation. He finally understood what so many people were searching for. Happiness. But the revelation was not happiness itself, it was why they hadn’t got it. He set up a series of live seminars and set a fee of $250 to attend […]

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The 5 Most Important Questions

Questions have got me everywhere in life. As a kid I was full of them, until one day an ‘uncle’ told me to shut up. I was 14 years old and desperate to be 17 so I could learn to drive. My uncle (who was actually my best friend’s dad) took me and a bunch […]

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