What's the most useful business-related book you've ever read?
Rather than a book, I recommend the Tim Ferriss podcast. Tim's interviews aim to deconstruct word class performance across all sectors and industries, so with over 250 interviews, there's many for everyones interests.
If money were not an issue, what would you be doing right now?
Working with energetic, exciting, visionary people on solving real problems and exploring ways to scale their solutions.
What words of advice would you give your younger self?
"Entrepreneurship is never about failure. It's always about success. It's always successful to be an entrepreneur, whether you reach the goal or not, because you learn a lot about yourself on the way through" Mark Bouris
What aspects of your work are you most passionate about?
Working with people / teams to help them realise their full potential